No further discipline expected for Isles' Grabovski for hit on H. Sedin. It was reviewed but sense is major and game misconduct sufficed
— Pierre LeBrun (@Real_ESPNLeBrun) January 18, 2016
With under two minutes remaining in the first period, Grabovski shoved Sedin in the numbers right in front of the Vancouver bench.
Grabovski received a five-minute major for boarding and a game misconduct. According to LeBrun, the NHL reviewed the play and felt that Grabovski’s in-game punishment was enough.
Henrik Sedin wouldn't divulge the nature of his injury. Said it was new, looks like a shoulder. He may not play on rest of trip. #Canucks
— Ben Kuzma (@benkuzma) January 18, 2016
Sedin was hurt on the play and had to leave the game with tightness in his shoulder. He is questionable for final three games of the Canucks’ six-game road trip.
“I didn’t see him at all, I knew someone was there but I thought I had somehow turned away from him, so I did not expect him to hit me at that point,” Sedin said after the game, which the Canucks won 2-1 in a shootout.