Fans in Vancouver won't be happy to hear this.
Despite the fact that we still really don't know the extent of the injuries to Canucks captain Henrik Sedin, it appears the National Hockey League's Department of Player Safety has already made a decision on the hit that caused those injuries.
According to ESPN hockey insider Pierre LeBrun the league will not be looking into any potential supplementary discipline for New York Islander Mikhail Grabovski. LeBrun has reported that the league feels the five minute major and the game misconduct will be sufficient.
No further discipline expected for Isles' Grabovski for hit on H. Sedin. It was reviewed but sense is major and game misconduct sufficed— Pierre LeBrun (@Real_ESPNLeBrun) January 18, 2016