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|Last 10 Games|
|Sabres' Konopka Suspended For DHEA Use |
|(5/16/14) Zenon Konopka was suspended 20 games by the NHL on Thursday for violating the league's performance-enhancing substances program, which has been revealed to be DHEA, reports TSN's James Duthie.|
|Sabres' Konopka Gets 20-Game Ban |
|(5/15/14) Zenon Konopka was suspended for 20 games after violating the NHL's performance-enhancing substances program, Chris Botta of the New York Times reports.|
|Sabres' Konopka Returns For Finale |
|(4/14/14) Zenon Konopka (back) returned to the ice for Sunday's season finale against the Islanders. He only saw 8:58 of ice time, while also spending five minutes in the penalty box.|
|Sabres' Konopka Out Thursday |
|(3/26/14) Zenon Konopka (back) won't be available Thursday against the Predators.|
|Sabres' Konopka Ruled Out Tuesday |
|(3/26/14) Zenon Konopka suffered a back injury Monday and will not play Tuesday against the Canadiens.|
Sabres' Konopka Suspended For DHEA Use
Konopka was suspended 20 games by the NHL on Thursday for violating the league's performance-enhancing substances program, which has been revealed to be DHEA, reports TSN's James Duthie.DHEA is dehydroepiandrosterone, a type of steroid hormone, and banned from athletic use in the United States. It was recommended to Konopka as a supplement by non-team doctors. Konopka, who will be an unrestricted free agent this summer, will serve his 20-game suspension when he signs his new contract.
Zenon Konopka tests positive for banned substance, suspended
Zenon Konopka has been suspended 20 games for violating the NHL's Performance Enhancing Substances Program.
Sabres' Konopka Gets 20-Game Ban
Konopka was suspended for 20 games after violating the NHL's performance-enhancing substances program, Chris Botta of the New York Times reports.Konopka has accepted the suspension, which will go into effect at the start of next season. The ban couldn't come at a worse time with Konopka set to hit free agency, likely forcing him to dramatically lower his contract expectations.