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NEW YORK (AP) —Austin Watson’s suspension for domestic abuse has been reduced from 27 to 18 games by an arbitrator.The NHL and the NHL Players’ Association announced arbitrator Shyam Das’ decision Thursday.Commissioner Gary Bettman handed down the suspension last month. Watson pleaded no contest in July to a charge of domestic assault stemming from an incident in June Adrian Kempe Jersey , and the NHL found Watson engaged in unacceptable off-ice conduct.The Predators weren’t involved in Watson’s appeal but have supported the forward . Watson has been able to use the team’s resources and practice with Nashville during his suspension, and he was on the ice Tuesday night in full uniform before the Predators’ home opener as the team hung banners for winning the Central Division and Presidents’ Trophy last season.“We are aware of its reduction to 18 games,” the Predators said in a statement. “As previously stated, our focus has and will continue to be the health and well-being of Austin and his family.”Now Watson is eligible rejoin the Predators on Nov. 15 when they wrap up a five-game road trip Arizona. If the 27-game ban had stood, he would have been out until Dec. 3.The NHL does not have a written domestic abuse policy and has chosen to judge each incident separately. Slava Voynov is currently still suspended indefinitely for a 2014 incident.Watson was charged in an incident June 16 with his girlfriend after a witness flagged down a police officer to a gas station in Franklin, Tennessee. Watson told police he and his girlfriend were arguing and that he pushed her. Officers said they found red marks on her chest, and she said Watson caused them. Watson pleaded no contest to domestic assault on July 24.As part of that plea , Watson can have the misdemeanor charge dismissed by fulfilling terms of the diversion program. Watson must serve three months of probation and complete both an in-patient treatment program and a batterer’s intervention program.The 18th pick overall in 2010, Watson scored a career-high 14 goals with five assists in 76 games last season. He had five goals and three assists in 13 playoff games. ST. LOUIS (AP) — Jaden Schwartz knew he would score again. He just didn’t expect it would take so long.Schwartz got his first goal in 23 games — a span of 73 shots — on a night when no St. Louis player had trouble finding the net.Alex Pietrangelo and Ivan Barbashev each scored twice as the Blues won their seventh straight game, blowing out the New Jersey Devils 8-3 on Tuesday night.Ryan O’Reilly, Mackenzie MacEachern and Tyler Bozak also scored for the Blues, whose eight goals were a season high. St. Louis’ winning streak is its longest since Jan. 17-Feb. 5, 2015, when it also had seven consecutive victories.“It was nice to see it go in ,” Schwartz said. “Hopefully, more of those to come. You try to stay as confident as you can when you’re not scoring. You try to do anything to help the team.“There’s a lot of guys in here playing good offensive hockey. Obviously when you’re winning, it makes things a lot easier. I try to take pride in the little things and help the team win any way I can.”Schwartz’s goal was popular in the St. Louis locker room.“He’s been getting a lot of chances,” coach Craig Berube said. “It was quite stretch for him but tonight it went in. He plays well. Even he’s not scoring, he does things well. Eventually they go in. He’s a hard-working hockey player.”Rookie Jordan Binnington made 20 saves to win his sixth straight start, becoming the second goalie in Blues history with a winning streak of at least six games. Brent Johnson twice won seven in a row in 2000 and 2001. Binnington is 10-1-1 since he made his first career start on Jan. 7.Pavel Zacha, Kyle Palmieri and Mirco Mueller scored for the Devils , who have lost 10 straight to St. Louis. In the last 16 meetings between the teams, the Blues are 14-2-0.St. Louis’ Vladimir Tarasenko had two assists, extending his point streak to a career-high nine games (seven goals, seven assists).Keith Kinkaid allowed all eight St. Louis goals, a career high, on 39 shots, and fell to 0-4-1 against the Blues.“We just got out-battled in every facet of the game ,” Kinkaid said. “To be honest, I felt good and then the next thing you know, the puck hits off of something and winds up in the back of your net and that’s just the way tonight goes. It happens. Just got to refresh. It’s one game.”The Blues scored three goals on 20 shots in the first period to take a 3-1 lead.Pietrangelo scored at 5:08 on a wrist shot from the left faceoff circle. The puck hit Jesper Bratt’s stick and deflected in.“The big thing was to get up early on them,” Pietrangelo said. “We just took off. It was one of those nights where things were going in. We got the bounces.”The Blues went ahead 2-0 93 seconds later. Kinkaid cleared the puck from behind the net, but his pass went directly to the Blues’ Robert Thomas, whose shot hit the post. The rebound came to Barbashev, who scored from just outside the crease.Zacha got New Jersey within 2-1 at 10:30 on a slap shot from the right circle.Schwartz appeared to score again early in the second period , but the goal was disallowed because of goalie interference when Schwartz slid into Kinkaid.The Blues got three more goals in the second period anyway. O’Reilly scored his 21st of the season 30 seconds in on a wrist shot from the top of the slot. MacEachern scored on a breakaway on a pass from Pietrangelo at 6:11. Bozak made it 6-1 when he scored at 15:20.Each team scored twice in the third period, including Pietrangelo’s and Barbashev’s second goals. Barbashev’s was short-handed.“This is one game. We’ve got another game two days from now,” Devils coach John Hynes said. “We need to make sure we’re working on the things that we weren’t good at tonight, which is a lot of things, and we’ve got to be better against Chicago.”NOTES: Blues F Pat Maroon went past 500 career penalty minutes when he was given an unsportsmanlike conduct with 2 seconds left in the second period. … St. Louis improved to 11-2-1 in its last 14 games. … The Devils fell to 3-7-1 in their last 11. … New Jersey C Blake Coleman was a late scratch with an upper-body injury. Nick Lappin replaced him. … New Jersey claimed LW Kenny Agostino off waivers Monday after Montreal released him. Agostino started Tuesday’s game and got an assist on Zacha’s goal.UP NEXTDevils: At Chicago on Thursday.Blues: At Arizona on Thursday.
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