http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2013/10...e-test/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter "Going into this week, the New York Islanders were already facing a substantial amount of adversity. That, however, would pale in comparison to what theyâ€™d have to deal with from that point on. Lubomir Visnovsky left Saturday nightâ€™s game against the Carolina Hurricanes with a concussion. He was placed on injured reserve, retroactive to October 19th, which means the earliest he can return is next Tuesday. Just 48 hours later, Michael Grabner received a two-game suspension for his head shot on Carolinaâ€™s Nathan Gerbe. Fans were quick to criticize Brendan Shanahan and the NHLâ€™s Department of Player Safety, but the punishment fit the crime. Grabner stuck out his elbow prior to hitting Gerbe and it was a clear violation of Rule 48. The league clearly recognized that Grabner was not typically a â€œdirtyâ€ player and that there was no injury as a result of the hit, because they only barred him from two games. Itâ€™s the shortest suspension theyâ€™ve dolled out this season."