Sutter sent Oliwa hunting

NEW YORK -- Calgary Flames coach-general manager Darryl Sutter and forward Krzysztof Oliwa were suspended Sunday by the NHL.

Sutter got two games and Oliwa three for their actions at the
end of Saturday night's loss to Nashville. Sutter was suspended for
player selection and team conduct in the final 2.5 seconds of the
game. Oliwa was suspended for his conduct after being assessed a
penalty for physical abuse of officials in the 3-1 loss.

After the Predators scored an empty-net goal, Sutter sent Oliwa
onto the ice and the player tried to fight with several Predators. At one point, a linesman had to stand between Oliwa and an opponent
so the puck could be dropped to conclude the game.

Sutter will be eligible to return Thursday against San Jose.
Oliwa can return Saturday against Los Angeles.

Oliwa will lose $18,292.68 in salary.