Vancouver Canucks coach John Tortorella is scheduled to have an in-person hearing with the NHL on Monday stemming from Saturday night's brawl, according to Le Journal de Montreal.
Tortarella is expected to be fined and/or suspended for his role in the fight involving the Calgary Flames in which eight players were ejected.
The brawl took place just two seconds into the game when Calgary coach Bob Hartley started the game with his fourth line and Tortarella countered with his fourth line. The moves went beyond gamesmanship when four players from each team were removed from the game after the fight. Calgary took 77 minutes in penalties and Vancouver was hit with 75.
Calgary's Shane O'Brien and Vancouver's Zack Kassian each received 10-minute misconducts later in the opening period. A total of 204 penalty minutes were handed out.
An angry Tortorella tried to barge into the Flames' locker room after the first period.
Tortorella declined to comment about any potential discipline he faces. He will meet with Colin Campbell, the NHL's executive vice president of hockey operations.