Longest NHL coach suspensions

January, 20, 2014
Last 40 years, for a game-related incident:

March 1982 Harry Neale, Canucks: suspended 10 games for punching fan
February 1982 Don Perry, Kings: suspended 15 days (8 games) for ordering player to leave bench during altercation
January 1989 Terry O'Reilly, Bruins: suspended 4 games and fined $1K
October 1987 Bryan Murray, Capitals: suspended 3 games for off-ice incident with official between periods of game
January 2000 Herb Brooks, Penguins: suspended 2 games for going after Avalanche TV play-by-play announcer John Kelly after a game
November 2002 Bryan Trottier, Rangers: suspended 2 games for initiating a brawl



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