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Topic - Brendan Shanahan
In his job running the NHL's department of player safety, Brendan Shanahan often had to make quick decisions. He would hold a hearing, issue a ruling and shoot a video explaining a suspension - all sometimes in a matter of hours.
Randy Carlyle is coming back as Maple Leafs coach next season.
Brendan Shanahan is officially on the job in the Toronto Maple Leafs' front office.
Brendan Shanahan will run the Toronto Maple Leafs after handing out suspensions the last three years.
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Should Shawn Thornton receive 10 games for slew footing Brooks Orpik and knocking him unconscious? More?
Chris Chelios played in the NHL for as long as he could.
Erskine expressed remorse Monday about giving Philadelphia Flyers forward Wayne Simmonds a concussion on Friday night, though the Washington Capitals defenseman did not agree with NHL vice president of player safety Brendan Shanahan's assertion that he delivered a "reckless elbow" to the head.
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman considers those complaints from various teams about their players receiving suspensions during the postseason as nothing more than "gamesmanship."
Had Nicklas Backstrom not drawn a match penalty for cross-checking Boston Bruins forward Rich Peverley in the face Monday, it's possible he wouldn't even have faced a disciplinary hearing with the NHL.
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman's vision of a bigger footprint for hockey is finally coming into focus.
Debate was sharp on both sides. What was certain: Mike Green's left arm made contact with Brett Connolly's head along the boards and sent the Tampa Bay Lightning forward crumbling to the ice.
It reached the point where the NHL's suspension process was so mysterious and unclear that it was a running joke. An online "Wheel of Justice" was created to predict a player's supplemental discipline after a questionable incident.
It wasn't a penalty Sunday afternoon, but Alex Ovechkin is paying significantly for his hit on Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Zbynek Michalek.
Zach Bogosian's elbow made contact with Washington Capitals rookie Cody Eakin's head. That was enough to warrant a Thanksgiving Day hearing for the Winnipeg Jets forward with NHL senior vice president of player safety Brendan Shanahan.
"I think we're both looking forward to moving forward," he said. "There's a lot of things we need to change."
Shanahan, a Hockey Hall of Famer, says he's eager to get to work learning about the organization, which missed the playoffs after a late-season collapse.