Rangers' Panarin fined $5K for unsportsmanlike conduct against Bruins

Check this out, as Rangers forward Artemi Panarin throws his glove at Bruins forward Brad Marchand from one bench to the other, as tempers flare near the end of this Original 6 matchup.

New York Rangers forward Artemi Panarin has been fined $5,000 by the NHL's Department of Player Safety for unsportsmanlike conduct against the Boston Bruins.

During the third period of the Rangers' 5-2 victory over the Bruins, Panarin was seen arguing with Brad Marchand from their respective benches. The Rangers star eventually took his glove off, whipped it across the benches and nailed Marchand in the centre of his chest.

Both players received misconduct penalties after the glove toss took place right in front of a linesman.

"We were just asking each other how Thanksgiving dinner went and he didn’t like what I ate," said Marchand post-game.

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