No disciplinary action for Bollig following Parise hit

No disciplinary action for Bollig following Parise hit
April 4, 2014, 10:30 am
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There will be no disciplinary hearing for Chicago Blackhawks forward Brandon Bollig for his hit on Minnesota Wild forward Zach Parise, a source said on Friday morning.

Bollig hit Parise in the top of his back in the second period of the Blackhawks' 3-2 shootout victory on Thursday night. Parise was down for several moments and went to the locker room. He came back soon after, however, and finished the game.

[WATCH: Brandon Bollig lays big hit on Zach Parise]

Wild coach Mike Yeo wasn't happy about the hit, telling Mike Russo of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune that he, "didn't like it. Saw it was coming. You could see the shift before (Bollig) was targeting those guys with a couple late hits."

The Blackhawks play the Columbus Blue Jackets at 6 CT tonight. The Blackhawks, already without Patrick Kane (left knee) and Jonathan Toews (left arm) will also probably be without defenseman Johnny Oduya, who suffered a lower-body injury in Thursday's pregame warmups. Michal Handzus could play tonight. Teuvo Teravainen and Michal Rozsival are likely to play vs. the Blue Jackets.