When Alexandre Burrows bit Patrice Bergeron's finger in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final, it created a media firestorm. When Maxim Lapierre taunted Bergeron about the incident in Game 2, the tension surrounding the situation increased. In Game 3, the Bruins' Mark Recchi responded.
The Bruins have consistently tried to avoid the topic, but Recchi decided to respond the way a veteran hockey player would, offering Lapierre a taste of his own medicine — pun very much intended.
To see Recchi's taunt on Lapierre after a whistle in Game 3, check out the video above.