The Boston Bruins dropped another round robin game yesterday afternoon as they lost to the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Boston showed a little life at the end, but just weren't able to put anything together.
We saw a couple of dirty plays by the Lightning and one of them was Barclay Goodrow with a clear headshot on Anders Bjork.
Goodrow was given two minutes for charging, however upon further review it's clear it wasn't a fluke play and there was intent by Goodrow.
However the NHL feels differently.
According to Joe Haggerty, there will not be any supplemental discipline for Goodrow because of Bjork's head position.
Do you think that's the right decision?
Check out the play again below:
Per league sources, theres not expected to be any supplemental discipline for Barclay Goodrow's hit to head blindside of B's winger Anders Bjork from yesterdays round robin game. The lowered position of Bjork's head right before contact played a factor. Bjork returned to the game
— Joe Haggerty (@HackswithHaggs) August 6, 2020