Feb 11, 2013, 1:22 PM EDT
As part of its investigation, the league interviewed both players and reviewed all available video and medical reports.
Pacioretty said he received a tetanus shot following the game as a precaution.
The ruling won’t come as a surprise to Leafs head coach Randy Carlyle, who said he didn’t believe Grabovski actually bit Pacioretty.
“Then,” Carlyle said, “the bottom line is it’s got to be conclusive, right?”
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