Jesse Boulerice got what he deserved when suspended 25 games by the NHL for his cheap cross-check to the face of Ryan Kesler of the Vancouver Canucks. The Philadelphia Flyers thuggish winger could have ended Kesler's career with the thoughtless, two-hand thrust that levelled Kesler and showed Boulerice hadn't learn his lesson when suspended for a full season in junior a few years ago. Television replays of the Kesler incident Wednesday didn't fully illustrate the severity of the blow. TV cameras were on the opposite side of the ice from the Philadelphia net when Kesler was struck. Reporters in the press box had a much better angle from which to judge the impact on Kesler's head. Boulerice hunted down his prey, without question, and now must forfeit a significant portion of his wages. Kesler was lucky to escape with minor injuries. The next person struck so viciously may not be as fortunate.