Boston Bruins goaltender Linus Ullmark was saddled with a shootout loss in his start against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday, but that isn’t the worst thing to come out of the contest.

He suffered a hit to the wallet, as well.

Ullmark was involved in a weird play during the contest, catching an elbow to the side of his head as Lightning forward Michael Eyssimont made a play on the net. It clearly annoyed the reigning Vezina Trophy winner, who was willy-nilly with his stick and ultimately incurred a fine because of it.

There was no penalty assessed on the play, though Ullmark is now out $5,000, which is the maximum allowable under the CBA.

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The Bruins and Lightning will meet again March 27, so Ullmark and Eyssimont will have an opportunity to exchange pleasantries at least one more time this season.

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