Boston's Milan Lucic offers Vancouver's Alexandre Burrows a bite of his fingers.BOSTON -- You know the back story: Vancouver's Alexandre Burrows took a little nibble of a finger belonging to Boston's Patrice Bergeron back in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals. The league didn't impose any punishment and Burrows came back to score two goals, including the overtime winner, against Boston in Game 2.
With the Bruins on top, 4-0, in Monday's Game 3 at the TD Garden, things got a little chippy late. When a scrum developed behind the Bruins' net, Milan Lucic taunted Burrows by offering a couple fingers near his face. Lucic and Burrows both got hit with two minutes for slashing and 10-minute misconducts, sending them to the locker room with 11:16 to play.