NHL\'s Colin Campbell pauses during a press conference in Toronto on in this March 11, 2004. There are essentially no quiet nights now for Colin Campbell.The NHL\'s disciplinarian was at home on his couch Monday, flipping between the three games and hoping they\'d be played without incident. Suddenly, Bettman called. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Aaron Harris
TORONTO - A look at supplemental discipline handed out by NHL vice-president of hockey operations Colin Campbell during the 2010-11 season:
Sept. 24: Chicago Blackhawks defenceman Nick Boyton suspended one game for making a throat-slashing gesture at an opposing player. He forfeited US$2,688.17 in salary.
Oct. 4: Montreal Canadiens forward Mike Cammalleri suspended one game for slashing Nino Niederreiter of the New York Islanders. He forfeited US$32,258.06 in salary.
Oct. 10: New Jersey Devils forward Pierre-Luc Letourneau-Leblond receives automatic one-game suspension for instigating a fight in the last five minutes of play. He forfeited US$2,822.58 in salary.
Oct. 12: New York Islanders defenceman James Wisniewski suspended two games for making an obscene gesture to Sean Avery of the New York Rangers. He forfeited US$79,268.30 in salary.
Oct. 12: Chicago Blackhawks defenceman Niklas Hjalmarsson suspended two games for hitting Buffalo Sabres forward Jason Pominville from behind. He forfeited US$37,634.40 in salary.
Oct. 18: Phoenix Coyotes forward Shane Doan suspended three games for delivering a blindside hit to the head of Anaheim Ducks forward Dan Sexton. He forfeited US$73,387.11 in salary.
Oct. 22: Vancouver Canucks forward Rick Rypien suspended six games for grabbing a fan in Minnesota. He forfeited US$18,548.39 in salary.
Oct. 27: Dallas Stars defenceman Stephane Robidas automatically suspended one game after receiving two boarding game misconducts within 41 games. He forfeited US$17,473.12 in salary.
Nov. 1: Philadelphia Flyers forward Danny Briere suspended three games for cross-checking New York Islanders forward Frans Nielsen in the head. He forfeited $237,804.87 in salary.
Oct. 10: New Jersey Devils coach John MacLean receives automatic US$10,000 fine after his player Pierre-Luc Letourneau-Leblond took an instigator penalty in the final five minutes of a game.
Oct. 15: Ottawa Senators forward Nick Foligno fined US$2,500 for a blindside hit to the head of Carolina Hurricanes forward Patrick Dwyer.
Oct. 17: Buffalo Sabres forward Patrick Kaleta fined an undisclosed amount for attempting to head butt Travis Zajac of the New Jersey Devils.
Oct. 18: Edmonton Oilers defenceman Tom Gilbert fined US$2,500 for a blindside hit to the head of Calgary Flames forward Matt Stajan.
Oct. 22: Vancouver Canucks fined US$25,000 after player Rick Rypien grabs a fan in Minnesota.
Oct. 25: Columbus Blue Jackets forward Rick Nash fined US$2,500 for high-sticking Mark Giordano of the Calgary Flames.