NHL commissioner Gary Bettman announced Tuesday he plans to arrange "personal meetings in the near future" with Florida Panthers head coach Joel Quenneville and Winnipeg Jets general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff in the wake of the independent investigation commissioned by the Chicago Blackhawks into allegations that a then-assistant coach sexually assaulted two players in 2010.

The investigation showed that Quenneville, who was head coach of the Blackhawks at the time, and Cheveldayoff, who was the team's assistant general manager, were made aware of the allegations in 2010 along with front office members John McDonough, Al MacIsaac, Stan Bowman, Jay Blunk and James Gary, and elected not to act during the team's Stanley Cup run.

The Blackhawks, who were fined $2 million by the NHL on Tuesday, parted ways with Bowman and MacIsaac, who were the only two from the group listed as still employed by the team.