DALLAS -- The NHL has scheduled a disciplinary hearing Monday to determine if Sharks forward Ryane Clowe will receive supplementary discipline for an altercation Friday night with Chicago Blackhawk forward Andrew Shaw.

The incident occurred in the final minute of the Sharks' 2-1 loss to Chicago and the NHL is investigating whether Clowe left the bench to go after Shaw or was in the middle of a line change.

Clowe apparently took exception to Shaw's decision to drive Joe Pavelski into the boards in the game's final seconds. Officials appeared to quickly intervene, then handed out a boarding penalty to Shaw as well as a minor for roughing and a 10-minute misconduct to Clowe.

If the league finds Clowe improperly left the bench to go after Shaw, it could mean a 10-game suspension. There could also be supplementary discipline if the league determines it was part of a line change.

Though the hearing was delayed until Monday, Clowe was not eligible to play Saturday night against the Dallas Stars.