Slava Voynov was suspended indefinitely by the NHL following his arrest early Monday morning on charges of domestic violence. During the paid suspension, Voynov will not be allowed to practice or play for the Kings, and his return will pend on the league’s formal investigation.
No details have been given regarding the arrest.
Voynov is a 24-year old defenseman who has spent his entire four-year career with the defending Stanley Cup champions. He is on the second year of a six-year deal that pays him $4.16 million annually. Through six games this season, Voynov has two assists and two penalty minutes.
NHL suspends Kings defenseman Slava Voynov indefinitely following arrest today on charges of domestic violence. pic.twitter.com/XClI2YAsCX
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