Wow. I know they've been heavily factoring in injury when making a decision on subsequent discipline. But in my opinion, a suspendable action should be a suspendable regardless of the player's history and the injury sustained. The length of the suspension should be impacted by those factors, but when a dangerously reckless knee-on-knee hit takes place, it shouldn't just be shrugged off because there wasn't a severe injury (especially when using the pocket change-fine system currently in place under the CBA). I like McQuaid, and don't think he's a dirty player, but this was a really dangerous play and should have gotten at least a game or two. Foligno could just have easily ended up on the shelf like Booth did courtesy of Porter. Just because Foligno got lucky shouldn't completely absolve McQuaid here.
Steve Webb for Commissioner.