Let me say this upfront: Like those other two, I am not unbiased on this one.
However, this time my bias is in Randy Jones' favor rather than against it.
Obviously I'm concerned for Bergeron like everyone else. Concussions are serious medical conditions, and broken noses aren't all that fun either.
The hit will be reviewed by the NHL, and I'll be truly surprised if they don't hand down another suspension because:
(1) It's the Flyers, and
(2) A player was seriously injured as a result of the hit.
However, my opinion is that Randy's suspension shouldn't be anything near as long as Downie's or Boulerice's precisely because he is a real first-time offender.
Randy's role is deeper than the traditional "enforcer" defenseman. He makes strong contributions to the team's scoring in addition to making solid - and up until yesterday's game - acceptable hits. Randy's not careless, he doesn't lack self-control, and he doesn't have anger management issues either.
Randy hasn't had this happen with one of his hits before. He's clearly shaken by what happened, to the point that you can see it in the interview tapes. He's sincerely apologized at every opportunity to do it. He accepts the blame everyone casts at him and he probably heaps more of it on himself in private.
So, while my concern is extended to Bergeron, it's also extended to Randy Jones. It's going to take time for him to move beyond this, and not because of disciplinary measures.