Brendan Shanahan, Joffrey Lupul would like a word. In light of New York Rangers star Rick Nash getting off without a suspension on Friday, the Toronto Maple Leafs forward issued a complaint about his two-game suspension on Twitter: “If someone can explain the decisions on what warrants a suspension and what doesn't, please let me and the rest of guys know.” Then, at the morning skate on Saturday prior to his team facing the Boston Bruins, Lupul clarified what he meant by the tweet. “The point of giving a suspension is basically to show that they’ve done something wrong and they’re penalizing me and in turn penalizing our team,” Lupul said. “When I look at it two days after and I’m still not sure what constitutes a suspension, I don’t think the process is working. “I don’t want it to seem like I’m campaigning for Rick Nash to get a suspension. It doesn’t matter to me. He’s a good player, a good guy. What I’m saying is I’m just confused why they come to mine being two games and some of the other ones two and then some nothing. When I look at the criteria, it’s awfully similar in every case.”