Wednesday morning, everyone that wanted to talk about the Penguins and Capitals series probably started the conversation by bringing up Tom Wilson's name.  In Game 2, Wilson delivered a hit that gave Brian Dumoulin a concussion and he wasn't suspended for it.  

In the third game of the series, Wilson gave a concussion to Zach Aston-Reese with a high hit, but that wasn't the worst of the damage he caused on the play.  The hit also broke Aston-Reese's jaw.

Furthermore, Wilson was seen laughing on the ice while Aston-Reese was down on the ice hurt.


On Wednesday, Washington's head coach Barry Trotz came to Wilson's defence in regards to him laughing as he explained what actually made him smile/laugh.

Based on that video, it seems as though Trotz's explanation checks out, but the Penguins' players aren't buying it.

Wilson was suspended three games for the hit, so the only way he'll be back on the ice is if the series goes to seven games.


(H/T: Isabelle Khurshudyan)