NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Detroit Red Wings' anger over the NHL's refusal to suspend Shea Weber still simmered Friday. So it was important they regained the respect the league took away by shrugging its shoulders when Weber smashed Henrik Zetterberg's head against the glass at the conclusion of Game 1, treating it as an acceptable part of hockey.Well, another acceptable part of the sport is the deliverance of frontier justice.Not even two minutes into Game 2, Todd Bertuzzi went after Weber. The exchange happened early enough it wouldn't necessarily hurt either team. They merely exercised the customary hockey payback dance. Both landed punches. Both got five minutes in the box. But the symbolism was what mattered.