Shattenkirk fined for action against Penguins’ Bunting

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Defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk of the Boston Bruins has been fined by the NHL’s Department of Player Safety for a move he made against Pittsburgh Penguins winger Michael Bunting during Saturday’s game at PPG Paints Arena.

Shattenkirk was fined $2,734.38, the maximum allowed, on Sunday for what was called unsportsmanlike conduct at 19:37 of the first period Saturday.

Bunting made some contact with Bruins goaltender Linus Ullmark, and Shattenkirk apparently responded with hit on the wrist to Bunting while Shattenkirk was on the bench.

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