The NHL announced Thursday afternoon that Shea Weber has been fined 2,500, the maximum allowed under the league's collective bargaining agreement, after shoving Henrik Zetterberg's head into the glass at the end of Game 1 Wednesday night.
"We felt this was a reckless and reactionary play on which Weber threw a glancing punch and then shoved Zetterberg's head into the glass," NHL Senior Vice President of Player Safety and Hockey Operations Brendan Shanahan said on NHL.com. "We reached out to Detroit following the game and were informed that Zetterberg did not suffer an apparent injury and should be in the lineup for Game 2.
"This play and the fine that addressed it will be significant factors in assessing any incidents involving Shea Weber throughout the remainder of the playoffs."
Holland didn't really want to comment on Weber's actions but did say Zetterberg would be ready to play in Friday's Game 2.
"I talked to him after the game and at breakfast today, he's fine," Holland s...