Panthers defenseman Alex Petrovic flipped into his own bench after missing a check on Stars forward Vernon Fiddler.
Dallas Stars forward Antoine Roussel was ejected in the first period on Tuesday night for cross-checking Boston Bruins defenseman Adam McQuaid in the throat.
Jordie Benn committed a rather comical penalty when he knocked Marian Hossa's stick out of his hands and about 15 feet into the air and over the glass.
Toronto Maple Leafs forward Nazem Kadri is still the best player in the NHL when it comes to drawing penalties and giving his team an advantage on special teams.
Stu Bickel of the Minnesota Wild finished Saturday's game with 1:29 of time on ice and 39 minutes in penalties, 37 of which came on one shift.
Taking penalties is not a sign of toughness or gritty play. Penalties are bad. So let's take a look at which players are helping and hurting their teams the most this season when it comes to penalties.

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