Originally Posted by srehm1
I had a feeling he would just get a fine for this. It was a bad play but McQuiad had a few things going for him: 1-He's not a repeat offender 2-Foligno was not injured and came back on the next shift, and 3-He's a Bruin.
The discipline is all over the place. Leino, who as far as I know has no history, got a game (and in essence a 25K fine) for an elbow on Matt Read that resulted in no penalty and no injury or missed shifts (that I recall). The knee was at least that bad....