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Bruins forward Brad Marchand didn't exactly get away scot free for his slew foot on Pittsburgh defenseman Matt Niskanen last week. Marchand was given two minutes for tripping and took a few punches from Niskanen in the scrap that followed. But on Monday, the NHL decided that was not enough of a punishment, and announced that Marchand has been fined $2,500 for slew-footing. That total is the maximum fine allowed under the current collective bargaining agreement and the fine money goes to the Players' Emergency Assistance Fund. It's not the first time Marchand has found himself in hot water with...
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