Kings forward fined for boarding Kunitz
Los Angeles Kings forward Ethan Moreau was fined $2,500 late Sunday for boarding Chris Kunitz in the first period of the Penguins' win Saturday.
The incident was reviewed Sunday, and Moreau was fined the maximum amount allowed under the collective bargaining agreement because he was in violation of Rule 41.1 (boarding).
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