I think so. He slew-footed Paul Mara as he was going toward the empty net.
Watch the video and decide for yourself:
Let's bust out the NHL rule book:
d.) Any player who is guilty of "slew-footing" shall be assessed a match penalty. This penalty shall be in accordance with Rule 43 -- Attempt to or Deliberate Injury of Opponents. Any player assessed a match penalty for "slew-footing" will also be subject to Rule 33A -- Supplementary Discipline.
Rule 43-a: xiii: slew-footing
A match penalty shall be imposed on any player who deliberately attempts or who deliberately injures an opponent and the circumstances shall be reported to the Commissioner for further action. A substitute for the penalized player shall be permitted at the end of the fifth minute.
Rule 33A - Supplementary Discipline
In addition to the automatic fines and suspensions imposed under these Rules, the Commissioner may, at his discretion, investigate any incident that occurs in connection with any Pre-season, Exhibition, League or Playoff game and may assess additional fines and/or suspensions for any offense committed during the course of a game or any aftermath thereof by a player, Trainer, Manager, Coach or club executive, whether or not such offense has been penalized by the Referee.
(NOTE) If an investigation is requested by a Club or by the League on its own initiative, it must be initiated within twenty-four (24) hours following the completion of the game in which the incident occurred.
So what do you think?