The National Hockey League suspended Pittsburgh forward Troy Loney for 10 games and Penguins coach Gene Ubriaco for five games because of a fight at Vancouver last weekend.

After the Penguins' Mario Lemieux kicked the feet out under from Vancouver's Brian Bradley and was not penalized, the Canucks Garth Butcher came over to Lemieux and the pair exchanged words. Loney then came over, confronted Butcher and a fight ensued.Under NHL rule 66, the first player to leave his bench and become involved in an altercation is suspended automatically for 10 games, and his coach for five. In addition, Ubriaco said the Penguins were fined $10,000.