As the New York Rangers prepare to go to the Stanley Cup, the National Hockey League on Tuesday announced it has reduced Daniel Carcillo's suspension from 10 games to six.
The left winger was suspended after game three of the conference finals against Montreal when he made contact with linesman Scott Driscoll on his way to the penalty box.
The Rangers said in a hearing Friday that Carcillo initially did not know he was penalized.
He has already served three games of his suspension, which means he will be able to play starting from game four of the finals.
The Rangers took part in a media day in Los Angeles on Tuesday afternoon. The Cup begins on Wednesday.