The Ottawa Senators have been on Nick Foligno to be tougher, so there had to be some part of them that didn't exactly mind the show of physicality he put on versus the Vancouver Canucks Friday night. However, struggling as they are right now, the last thing Ottawa needs is for an important member of their forwards corps to miss time with a suspension for a headshot.
And after Friday night, they have two headshots to worry about. The first incident occurred midway through the first period, when Foligno laid a massive check on Cody Hodgson at the boards. As you can see, the contact was to the head.
Working against Foligno: Hodgson left the game and did not return, and you can see why. I'm not sure which was more alarming: the Bambi legs or the Dopey simper (all concussion symptoms can be explained with Disney references). That's scary stuff right there.
After the game, coach Alain Vigneault was quick to say that Hodgson was feeling "fine" enough to return, but was prevented from doin...