The bad blood that spilled over in Game 5 between the Tampa Bay Lightning and Florida Panthers has led to fines against a pair of Bolts players.

The NHL Department of Player Safety announced fines on Tuesday for forward Patrick Maroon and defenceman Ryan McDonagh in the wake of the Panthers' 4-1 to stave off elimination.

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Maroon, 33, was fined $3,879.31, the maximum amount allowable under the CBA, for unsportsmanlike conduct.