The NHL suspended Detroit Red Wings assistant coach Joey Kocur on Monday for two games for throwing a chair on the ice in the final minute Saturday against St. Louis.
Blues coach Joel Quenneville was fined $5,000 for putting all of his tougher players on the ice with one minute left in the game, and the team was fined $25,000 by the league.
Kocur, a former Red Wings player known for fighting, was upset by the Blues' physical play. He also was given an unsportsmanlike penalty for tossing the folding chair onto the ice.
The Red Wings were fined $5,000 for Kocur's actions with 35 seconds left in the game.
There were 243 penalty minutes called in the game, including 219 in the third period.