Leeds' Weller Hauraki and fellow forward Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook, have both been handed a one-match ban by the Rugby Football League.
Hauraki, also fined £300, now misses Friday's game against Wigan after making dangerous contact with Rhinos old boy Matt Diskin.
Saints' McCarthy-Scarsbrook will miss Friday's home game against Hull FC.
He too was found guilty of committing a Grade B offence for dangerous contact on Warrington captain Adrian Morley.
He was ruled to have made dangerous contact with Morley's head/neck area in Saints' 35-28 defeat by Warrington at the Halliwell Jones on Friday.
McCarthy-Scarsbrook, who pleaded guilty to the charge, was also fined £300 by the disciplinary committee.
Leeds team-mate Ryan Bailey and Bradford winger Gareth Raynor were given warnings for incidents in the same ill-tempered game at Headingley last Friday, won 18-12 by the Bulls.
Both players were charged after the incidents were viewed by the RFL Match Review Panel, who also issued formal cautions to Bailey, Raynor and Crusaders' Hep Cahill.
Cahill was ruled to have made dangerous contact with Salford's Adam Neal, Bailey raised his knee in a tackle by Bradford's Danny Addy and Raynor was cautioned for running into a late melee.