The National Hockey League suspended Phoenix Coyotes forward Raffi Torres for 25 games for his hit to the head of Marian Hossa in Game 3 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals. It's the third-longest suspension in NHL history as far as games lost, tied with two others and ranking behind a lifetime ban for Billy Coutu in 1927 and 30 games for Chris Simon in 2007.
(An aside: Let's hope the next CBA builds in some sort of financial penalties for players who are suspended in the postseason, because that's an embarrassing loophole in the process.)
Why? Because he's Raffi Torres, because he injured Marian Hossa significantly and because he violated multiple rules on the same infraction, which is a very intriguing and unprecedented idea offered in this lengthy suspension video by NHL head disciplinarian Brendan Shanahan: