Rangers’ Artemi Panarin fined $5K for Brad Marchand glove toss

Rangers forward Artemi Panarin was fined $5,000 for throwing a glove at the Bruins’ Brad Marchand during Friday’s game.

According to The Post’s Larry Brooks, Marchand invoked Russian president Vladimir Putin’s name and said that no Russian liked Panarin. 

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Brad Marchand made Russian-based insults to Artemi Panarin.
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Speaking to reporters at Rangers practice, Panarin joked that the $5,000 doesn’t mean much to him, since he has an $11.6 million contract. He said that Marchand was a bit too harsh and should be punished.

“Yeah, I think that’s not honest,” Panarin said. “Because I can’t control myself after that.”

They defeated the Bruins 5-2. The Rangers will be back in action against the Islanders on Sunday

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