There will be no supplementary discipline against San Jose forward Jamie McGinn, who received a major penalty for boarding and a game misconduct in the third period of Friday's Western Conference final.
McGinn had a hearing Saturday with NHL hockey operations, and learned he did not face a suspension after a review of the incident.
McGinn, who drew into the lineup after watching Games 1 and 2, received a five-minute boarding call for his hit on Vancouver Canucks defenceman Aaron Rome. Rome had to be helped off the ice after the hit and didn't return.
The Sharks trail the series 2-1 after winning a Conference Final game on home ice for the first time in franchise history.
Game 4 is Sunday in San Jose.