Sports Minute: Perry gets game misconduct for elbow in Winter Classic
DALLAS (AP) - Dallas Stars forward Corey Perry was done less than three minutes into the Winter Classic. Perry got a game misconduct penalty after an elbow to the head of Nashville Predators defenseman Ryan Ellis. Officials issued the game misconduct that led to Perry's ejection after replay review. Ellis had to be helped off the ice. He was hit after making a play on the puck just inside the blue line. Nashville got a 5-minute power play, including a 5-on-3 advantage during that stretch when the Stars had another penalty. The Predators scored twice to take a 2-0 lead.
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