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Report: Tom Wilson from the Capitals will not hear a head shot for Brian Dumoulin of Penguins
Wilson struck Dumoulin in the head with his left shoulder 4:36 in the second phase of Game 2 Sunday
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Appeared 11:59 pm ET April 30, 2018 | Updated 2:09 pm ET April 30, 2018
The person spoke with The Associated Press on Monday on the condition of anonymity, because the NHL does not announce if there is no hearing for a player gives.
Wilson beat Dumoulin with his left shou in the head 4:36 in the second phase of Game 2 Sunday. No penalty was called. Dumoulin changed his position in the final second to score a goal from Alex Ovechkin, preventing Wilson from being suspended. Wilson will be available in Pittsburgh for Game 3 on Tuesday.
Wilson said after the game that he had seen replays and did not know what he could have done to avoid Dumoulin's head hit. Dumoulin stayed on the ice for several minutes, went through the tunnel and never returned.
The captain of the penguins, Sidney Crosby, and his teammates expected Wilson to beat Dumoulin, partly because of the track record of the capital. Wilson has been suspended twice this season due to incidents in show games.
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