The 2018 Stanley Cup playoffs have been arguably some of the dirtiest playoffs in awhile.
There's been a couple of suspensions already and plenty of other plays that could have been deemed suspension worthy.
The lastest came over the weekend during Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals between the Capitals and Lightning.
As the game was winding down, Lightning forward Nikita Kucherov gave Capitals forward Brett Connolly a kick/slew foot while Connolly was going back to the bench.
Kucherov was given a two minute penalty even though technically by the rules he should have been given more than two minutes.
Rule 49.3 Match Penalty - A match penalty shall be imposed on any player who kicks or attempts to kick another player. Whether or not an injury occurs, the referee will impose a five minute penalty under this rule.
Check out the play in the video below, do you think Kucherov should have been suspended?
Dangerous play by Nikita Kucherov on Brett Connolly at the end of Game 2 pic.twitter.com/jiTvhccn8I
— Brady Trettenero (@BradyTrett) May 14, 2018