The Dallas Stars have suspended forward Ben Bishop, and they’ve fined him $4,000 for not showing up for a test at Dillon Internal Medicine on Tuesday.

Bishop, who is still in Dallas’ lineup, was scheduled to take the test, but the team opted to send him home to his hometown of Austin, Texas.

Bishops absence was not explained in a team statement, but he missed the last game of the regular season with a lower-body injury.

He scored a goal and had a minus-3 rating.

The Stars said Tuesday they were “working to ensure the safety and well-being of Ben Bishop,” adding that they would be “very disappointed” if Bishop failed a test.

Bryn Mawr News Service via APThe Stars are still waiting to hear from Bishop’s doctor, but if he has a negative test, they’ll suspend him indefinitely.

Byrne’s attorney, Michael Sauer, said Tuesday that Bishop was not suffering from a “medical emergency,” and the NHL was not commenting on the suspension.

Sauer said Bishop had no prior medical history or symptoms that would have warranted the team to suspend him.

Bryant was scratched from the lineup for the last three games, but his status was not affected by his absence.

Bryan Bickell, who played for Dillon last season, said he didn’t believe the team suspended Bishop because he was “not a fit” to play.

Bickell said Bishop has been diagnosed with “a variety of ailments” over the years, and he’s seen some of them in the past.

Bice of the Dallas Morning News reports the Dallas Stars are considering a medical marijuana test, too.