Todd Bertuzzi, Vancouver Canucks, rest of regular season (13 games) and playoffs: For his sucker-punch on Colorado Avalanche forward Steve Moore
Marty McSorley, Boston Bruins, one year: For knocking out Vancouver's Donald Brashear with a stick-swinging hit in February 2000. He was originally suspended for the remainder of the regular season and playoffs - which turned out to be 23 games, the Bruins did not make the playoffs. The suspension was subsequently extended to one year.
Gordie Dwyer, Tampa Bay Lightning, 23 games: For abusing officials and coming out of the penalty box to fight in an exhibition game against the Washington Capitals on Sept. 19 2000.
Dale Hunter, Washington, 21 games: For a blindside check of Pierre Turgeon of the N.Y. Islanders after a goal in a playoff game in May 1993.
Tom Lysiak, Chicago Blackhawks, 20 games: For intentionally tripping a linesman in October, 1983.
Brad May, Phoenix Coyotes, 20 games: For slashing the head of Columbus' Steve Heinze with his stick.
Eddie Shore, Boston Bruins, 16 games: For hitting Toronto's Ace Bailey over the head with his stick in 1933.
Maurice Richard, Montreal Canadiens, 15 games (3 regular season, 12 playoff games): For levelling linesman Cliff Thompson during a scuffle with Boston's Hal Laycoe in March 1955.
Wilf Paiement, Colorado Rockies, 15 games: For swinging his stick and hitting Detroit's Dennis Polonich in the face in October, 1978.
Dave Brown, Philadelphia Flyers, 15 games: For cross-checking Tomas Sandstrom of the N.Y. Rangers across the face and breaking his jaw in November, 1987.
Tony Granato, Los Angeles Kings, 15 games: For slashing Pittsburgh's Neil Wilkinson in February, 1994.
Wayne Maki, St. Louis Blues, Ted Green, Boston Bruins, 13 games each: For a swinging their sticks at each other in September, 1969.
Andre Roy, Tampa Bay Lightning, 13 games: For leaving the penalty box and physically abusing an official while trying to engage players in the New York Rangers penalty box in April, 2002.
Brantt Myhres, San Jose Sharks, 12 games: For leaving the bench to attack Los Angeles' Mattias Norstrom in February, 1999.
Matt Johnson, Los Angeles Kings, 12 games: For deliberately injuring the New York Rangers' Jeff Beukeboom in November, 1998.
Ron Hextall, Philadelphia Flyers, 12 games: For attacking Montreal's Chris Chelios during a playoff game in May, 1989.
David Shaw, New York Rangers, 12 games: For high-sticking Pittsburgh's Mario Lemieux in October, 1988.
Owen Nolan, San Jose Sharks, 11 games: For a hit to the head of Grant Marshall of the Dallas Stars in February, 2001.
Tie Domi, Toronto Maple Leafs, 11 games (3 playoff games, eight regular season games): For knocking out Scott Niedermayer with an elbow to the head in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference semifinals in 2001. Domi was suspended for the balance of the Leafs' post-season, which lasted three games, and the first eight games of the 2002-03 regular season.
Jimmy Mann, Winnipeg Jets, 10 games: For sucker-punching Pittsburgh's Paul Gardner in January, 1982.
Ruslan Salei, Anaheim Mighty Ducks, 10 games: For hitting Dallas' Mike Modano from behind in October, 1999.
Scott Niedermayer, New Jersey Devils, 10 games: For hitting Florida's Peter Worrell in the head with his stick in March, 2000.