It depends... This is one of those things where I agree that it's off-the-ice antics and by hitting him with a fine/suspension you're really sort of going outside work now, and about something that didn't hurt/harm anybody as near as I can tell. That said, as an organization, I know I wouldn't want Sean Avery in my locker room... Not at the start or end of the season. I think he's a trashy guy. I feel similarly about him as I do Marty McSorely or any other myriad of players I've just never cared for.
At the same time, and few Penguins really commented on it so it was tough to get a remark/opinion around here from the pros, but Jordan Staal basically said that you are supposedly old/mature enough to know when you're crossing a line, and that Avery is the only guy who ever needs told by everyone, "you crossed the line". I agree with that.... He's like the annoying ******* on any given reality show. Since the people he's agitating can't really get back at him for what he said, I'm sorta glad he got suspended. My only thought against the suspension is that it's a limit of someone's personal freedom of speech... Still though, my own job holds me to certain standards outside the workplace... So why shouldn't everyone else deal with that, especially if they're a pro athlete? I guess my ultimately opinion is I agree it's something he deserved and got, but I know what the other camp is getting at for sure.