Pastrnak punching Panthers player Lundell
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David Pastrnak hits Panthers Anton Lundell with a nasty right hook

Published May 12, 2024 at 7:28 PM
BY AUSTIN SABOURIN
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The intensity in the playoff series between the Boston Bruins and the Florida Panthers escalated quickly in Game 4, following Brad Marchand's injury by Sam Bennett in the previous game.

Early in the matchup, Bruins forward David Pastrnak made a statement by landing a heavy hit on Panthers' Anton Lundell, which sent him to the ice.

The hit, which involved a punch to Lundell's face, led to a roughing penalty against Pastrnak. Despite the Panthers' power play, they failed to score, and Pastrnak turned the situation around by scoring the first goal of the game right after serving his penalty.

«This is for Marchy!»




This fiery exchange is just the beginning of what seems to be a series of retaliatory actions by the Bruins, setting the tone for a highly charged and must-watch continuation of the series.

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David Pastrnak hits Panthers Anton Lundell with a nasty right hook

Do you think the refs made the right call, calling this punch a penalty or was it a soft call?

Right call23732.9 %
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