Two games, er, no further discipline, Mr. Grabovski, for allegedly biting an opponent.

The National Hockey League, following a Monday morning phone session with Mikhail Grabovski of the Toronto Maple Leafs, decided not to suspend or fine the fast-skating centre after an incident in Saturday’s 6-0 victory in Montreal.

Canadiens forward Max Pacioretty had accused Grabovski of biting his wrist during a scrum midway through the third period at the Bell Centre. During the melee, a gloveless Pacioretty reached from behind and put his arm across Grabovski’s mouth and face in an attempt to take off his helmet.

“He [expletive] bit me,” Pacioretty yelled to officials as he left the ice, his right arm apparently showing the evidence before he finally hurled his helmet down the corridor toward the dressing room.