Pittsburgh Penguins forward Craig Adams will be suspended for one game by the NHL and coach Dan Bylsma will be fined $10,000 for a late game brawl at the end of the Penguins Game 3 loss to the Philadelphia Flyers, according to ESPN.com.
Adams will not play in Game 4 in Philadelphia.
During the third period of Sunday’s game, Adams went after Flyers forward Scott Hartnell, who had been in an altercation with Sidney Crosby. The two fought and Adams was assessed a game misconduct penalty.
Two other Pittsburgh forwards — Arron Asham and James Neal — also face penalties for their roles in other fights.
Philadelphia currently holds a 3-0 series lead.