In a statement posted to Twitter, CAQ Minister Isabelle Charest called for "exemplary sanctions" on Winnipeg Jets forward Mark Scheifele following his gruesome hit on Montreal Canadiens forward Jake Evans. \nOn Wednesday night, Evans was knocked unconscious and suffered a concussion after Scheifele plowed into him in the dying minutes of Game 1 of the Canadiens-Jets playoff series. Fans and hockey pundits alike were dismayed by the violence of Scheifele's actions and called for his suspension. \nEditor's Choice: Here's How You Can Get A Free Tim Hortons Donut On National Donut Day\n\nJe suis troublée par la situation. J’invite la Ligue à faire un examen de conscience. La violence ne doit plus être tolérée et des sanctions exemplaires doivent être imposées. Il faut que ça change!— Isabelle Charest (@IsabelleCharest) June 4, 2021\n\nAs a result, the NHL decided to suspend Scheifele for four games. Scheifele, however, reportedly called the suspension "excessive." \nBut that's not enough, according to Charest, who said she was "troubled" by the NHL's decision and asked, "what example does it send to our young people?" \n"Violence must no longer be tolerated and exemplary sanctions must be imposed. It needs to change!"