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Hit costs Blue Jacket regular-season games
By TIMES WIRES
Published September 27, 2006
TORONTO - Blue Jackets de-fenseman Rostislav Klesla will sit out two regular-season games for a questionable preseason hit, the first player suspended by the NHL this season.
The league suspended Klesla Tuesday for the hit on Chicago forward Tuomo Ruutu, who is out four weeks with a sprained MCL in his left knee. Klesla will miss the opener Oct. 6 against Vancouver and the game the next day against the Blackhawks.
Klesla got a five-minute major for clipping Ruutu on Friday night.
DOMI CASE: Former NHL en-forcer Tie Domi and his estranged wife Leanne reached a temporary settlement in their high-profile divorce proceedings, the Canadian Press reported, but the name that set off a media frenzy was not spoken aloud in court and was not in legal papers.
Leanne Domi, who was given primary custody of the couple's three children, says Tie Domi had an affair with Liberal MP and heiress Belinda Stronach.
The allegations have not been proven in court and Tie Domi has refused to comment, as has Stronach.
GOALIE INJURED: Flyers goaltender Antero Niittymaki could miss two months with a hip injury sustained in practice. Niittymaki, 26, was competing with Robert Esche to be the Flyers' No. 1 goalie.