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TORONTO -- David Clarkson wouldnt blame John Scott or anyone else. Not this time. More than 48 hours after leaving the bench to enter the line brawl between his Toronto Maple Leafs and the Buffalo Sabres to come to the defence of teammate Phil Kessel, a contrite Clarkson accepted his automatic, 10-game suspension even while justifying his actions. "Im a grown man and Im going to take this one for what I did and be held accountable," Clarkson said. "Im not appealing it. Im going to take it, and Im going to work hard to get back." Clarkson broke his silence after playing in the Leafs 3-2 pre-season loss to the Ottawa Senators, apologizing for not addressing the situation before. The 29-year-old right-winger said he wanted to wait to get official word from the NHL about the suspension and then didnt want to be a distraction on a game day. It was another case of Clarkson trying to do what he figured was right for the team. When he did that Sunday night upon seeing Sabres tough guy John Scott going after Kessel, it got him into this mess that will cost him almost $270,000. "I think I sometimes make decisions with my heart, not my head," Clarkson said. "I saw a teammate that I felt was in trouble, and my reaction was to help. You can have many different opinions, but that was my mind-set going in. I was just going there to go to help and settle things down. That was the intent." Teammates admired Clarksons intent, so much so that he said everyone in the locker room expressed support for sticking up for Kessel. There was no hesitation in leaving the bench to leap to the aid of someone Clarkson has only called a teammate since July. It was simply a gut instinct, albeit a very costly one. "Its like if you have a little brother and you feel like hes in trouble or you feel like theres a situation you can get out and help," Clarkson said. "That was the feeling I had in my belly. I had feeling to do something, and Ive got to pay the consequences for it. That was the feeling, it was to go out and to try and help or to calm down a situation and now Ill serve my 10 games and come back better for it." Clarkson never conceded regret about a "split-second" decision. He never said the result would have been different if he had to replay the incident over again. "The part that sucks is that Im missing these games," he said. "But at the same time I think defending teammates is something thats just in me. Its what Ive done my whole life and I think that the 10 games thing obviously is tough to swallow, but when theres rules out there in place, youve got to abide by them." Coach Randy Carlyle, whom Clarkson said has been "supportive" since the brawl happened and the suspension was handed down, called the rationale "more of an old-time hockey explanation." Clarkson brings the kind of tools that make him a throwback player, but this wasnt what the Leafs signed up for when they gave him a seven-year, US$36.75-million contract. But Carlyle said earlier Tuesday that he can sense the "burning desire" Clarkson has to make a difference. Its one he wont be able to do on the ice until Torontos 11th game Oct. 25 at the Columbus Blue Jackets. "Ill say sorry to the fans or anybody whos disappointed, but I was going out there and what I felt like (was) my teammates in here are first to me," Clarkson said. "Thats whats gotten me to where I am in my career, thats why I believe Im here. I think thats just the person I am. If anyone was in trouble in here, I would try to go to help and that was what I did." Until he can make his regular-season debut, Clarkson resigned himself to being "the biggest cheerleader" he can be. Oct. 25 feels "very far" away. "This is one of the toughest things Ive been through in my career, especially being excited to be somewhere, just getting used to things," he said. "But no one in life is perfect, and when you make a mistake youve got to live up to it and deal with it." Ousmane Dembele Jersey . -- LeGarrette Blount wasnt satisfied with three short touchdown runs, not against a team coming off the second greatest comeback in playoff history. Cheap Soccer Jerseys . The world No. 1 had one of the most dominating performances in a final and was on his way to a possible shutout on Sunday until the third-seeded Berdych broke the super Serbs serve in the 12th game of the match. . No, really, his head. Late in the game, the St. Louis goalie craned his neck into the air to block a shot, taking a puck square in the mask. Carles Alena Jersey . Louis Cardinals continued their offensive tear with a 9-5 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers in the opener of a four-game series. Jordi Alba Jersey . It was well worth the wait. Manning and the Denver Broncos waited eight long months, then another 33 minutes to get the season started because of a lightning storm.Madison, WI - Sam Dekker had 18 points, Traevon Jackson scored 16 and third-ranked Wisconsin cruised to an 89-45 win over Chattanooga in opening-round action of the Battle 4 Atlantis on Sunday. Frank Kaminsky matched Nigel Hayes with 15 points and added 10 boards and four assists. Hayes totaled 13 boards. Josh Gasser was the lone Wisconsin starter not to reach double figures in points as he finished with nine. When you have four other guys on the court that are just as unselfish as you are it makes it a lot more fun and much more balanced and hard to stop, Dekker said. The Badgers (2-0) began the season by beating Northern Kentucky 62-31 on Friday. Ronrico White paced Chattanooga (1-1) with 15 points off the bench. We are a team that relies a lot on offensive rebounding, and obviously you dont get a lot of those whenn you play Wisconsin, said Chattanooga head coach Will Wade.dddddddddddd We only got one shot every time down the court, and we werent very efficient with those shots. The Badgers raced out to a 20-4 lead against the Mocs, who posted a 57-point win over Hiwassee in their season opener on Friday. Hayes supplied the final 10 points during Wisconsins game-opening run and finished with a double-double in the first half. Dekker scored eight straight points to extend the lead to 44-18, and the Badgers went into halftime up 52-21 after shooting nearly 60 percent. Wisconsins lead didnt dip below 30 points in the second half. Game Notes The Badgers made 8-of-18 3-pointers and had a 49-21 rebounding advantage ... Chattanooga was limited to 32.1 percent shooting ... Casey Jones led Mocs starters with 12 points. 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