Pittsburgh Penguins forward James Neal was suspended one game and Arron Asham four contests by the NHL for their actions during Sunday's Game 3 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinal series versus the Philadelphia Flyers.
Neal belted rookie Sean Couturier during the third period before he was whistled for a charging penalty against All-Star Claude Giroux later in the session.
Asham brutally cross-checked rookie Brayden Schenn during the first period. Asham, who is a former Flyer, received a match penalty for the hit.
The Penguins have been pushed to the brink of elimination by their Keystone State rival. Game 4 is Wednesday night.