As expected, NHL hit Toronto Maple Leafs ahead of Nazem Kadri. On Monday evening, when the first Boston Bruin Jake DeBruskas was made in the first round of the 2nd round of the game, Saturday:
No wonder NHL banned Kadri for a set number of games. Instead, the league stopped him for the remainder of the first round, which could have spent between three and five games. This year, Kadri will no longer be against Bruins because, as Player Safety's video explains, "players are simply not allowed to violently violate the rules of the league game because they believe that the dismissal (for DeBrusk's Patrick Marleau) is justified."  The video also notes that Kadri is a repeat offender. His report page features a three-game suspension that he took last year's play-off series Bruins, and a similar cross-check with the main event that took place in 2016. a couple of the most recent serious stoppage of tickets, makes sense that they are expanding Kadri's punishment. It also makes sense for the league to stay out of ice against Boston, no matter what it would be ideal for anyone if Bruins and Maple Leafs could survive this series without any killers.