Sheldon Souray's All-Star weekend will be a busy one.
He'll be taking part in the hardest shot competition, Super-Skills competition, and All-Star game on Sunday. He also needs to find time to meet with NHL disciplinarian Colin Campbell.
According to the Edmonton Journal, Campbell want to see Souray about the wrist guard he's been wearing to protect his injured wrist. The guard is illegal if Souray decides to drop the glove in a fight.
He did hit Minnesota Wild forward Craig Weller several times in the head when both teams played each other last week. Weller suffered a concussion as a result of the incident.
Souray won't likely get any additional discipline,but had the referees not seen the wrist guard, he could have received a match penalty and likely a suspension.