Two episodes from Tuesday's matches in the Championship were brought to the attention of the KHL Disciplinary Committee, and two players have received suspensions as a result.
In the 36th minute of the match in Magnitogorsk between Metallurg and Severstal Cherepovets, visiting forward Dmitry Kagarlitsky was given a major plus game misconduct penalty (5+20 minutes) for slashing. The Committee upheld the referee's decision, and ruled that Kagarlitsky must pay a fine and serve a one-game suspension.
The second incident occurred in the 38th minute of the match in Yekaterinburg between Avtomobilist and Spartak, when home team forward Anatoly Golyshev collided with the referee, knocking him down in the process. The other match officials saw nothing amiss at the time, but after studying the evidence, the Committee judged Golyshev guilty of unsporting behavior by a player toward a match official, for which he receives a game misconduct penalty (20 minutes), a fine, and a three -game suspension.