The Daily Mail says the south Londoners secured Championship survival and condemned the Owls to League One in the dramatic 2-2 draw.
But the clash was marred by ugly scenes after the final whistle as supporters invaded the pitch - during which Hill was punched repeatedly by angry Wednesday fans.
And the versatile defender - who is expected to leave Selhurst Park in the next few days - wants those fans to be punished.
He said: "I am not going to make a thing of it but if the club ban them and they get what they deserve, I am happy. I know they are frustrated but should they be throwing punches at people?
"A good few landed and I am a big lad and can take them. But should they be throwing them?
"I was not enticing anybody. I just went and celebrated with the fans because that's where I thought the players had gone. There were none over there and the stewards dragged me off.
"Once one had a swing at me, everybody gets a bit brave and starts having swings at you. At one point there was maybe seven or eight on me."