Eager received a match penalty for his foolishness, and gave Toronto an extended power play it did not waste. The Maple Leafs scored three goals in the first two minutes of the major penalty, and ended up filling the back of the net four times (teams can score as many times as possible during a major penalty) before it finally expired. In the end, Toronto managed to get Eager and the Thrashers back in the best possible way: Complete and total embarrassment on the scoreboard.
Check out Eager's punch, and then try to determine what -- if anything -- the NHL does in the form of supplemental discipline...
After Atlanta's Tobias Enstrom opened the scoring in the first period, Toronto went on to score the next nine goals, and received multi-goal efforts from Mikhail Grabovski, Nikolai Kulemin and Clarke MacArthur.
Not only is Grabovski showing off his skills in shootouts recently, he's also white-hot during regulation scoring nine goals in his past 10 games.