Considering Warren Peters' hearing and the subsequent announcement of his discipline bookended the Minnesota Wild's Sunday afternoon tilt with the Boston Bruins -- meaning he'd be sitting it out awaiting punishment -- there wasn't a whole lot of suspense about if the Wild centre would be suspended. We already knew it would be at least one game. The question was how much more.
As it turns out, that's it. Peters has been suspended by the Department of Player Safety one game for his crosscheck to the head of St. Louis Blues' captain David Backes. Here's Shanahan breaking down the decision: