No penalty was called at the time and Talbot suffered no injury but the NHL didn't forget the incident.
So what's the stink Carcillo didn't get a penalty?
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"We had a conference call Monday with the General Managers and Coaches of playoff teams and told them explicitly we would not tolerate attempts by clubs to 'send a message' late in a game when the outcome had been determined," said Colin Campbell, NHL Senior Executive Vice Presidents of Hockey Operations. "Organizations -- players and coaches -- will be held accountable for such actions."
Carcillo, 24, is a known hockey enforcer. He came to Flyers at the trade deadline this season.
See the hit below and decide for yourself if it was fair or foul.
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