"He hit Gonchar very hard into the boards prior to that -- real hard. That could have been boarding. Could have been charging. It wasn't. So Gonchar, who's been hurt before and knocked out before and suffered a concussion; he's on the receiving end more than he's on the giving end - I don't think he's ever been on the giving end - he went in and it was a 5-minute interference penalty and he hit him with his shoulder. We felt the penalty was the penalty. We don't feel [based on] past history that Gonchar deserved to be suspended.">>Colin Campbell, spouting more words of wisdom. I'm almost shamed to admit it, but it still amazes me that the league's supplementary discipline is run in this nakedly situational way.