The NHL’s department of player safety announced on Saturday afternoon that Columbus Blue Jackets forward Matt Calvert will have a hearing later in the day for cross-checking Pittsburgh Penguins forward Tom Kuhnhackl in the closing seconds of Friday’s game.

With the Penguins leading 4-1 and on their way to taking a 2-0 series lead, Calvert randomly skated up behind Kuhnhackl and cross-checked him with such force that it broke his stick. Following the cross-check Calvert circled back and checked a still unsuspecting Kuhnhackl, knocking him to the ice. Calvert was only assessed a two-minute minor for cross-checking.

What happens next for Calvert is a lot of guesswork.

Cross-checking is an infraction that the NHL does tend to suspend for. The degree of the punishment tends to vary, however.