Alex Burrows was hungry for a Stanley Cup Championship in 2011 and took a play out of Mike Tyson's playbook.
During a scrum at the end of the first period of Game 1, Burrows clamped his teeth down on Bergeron's glove as if it was a chicken wing. Bergeron complained to officials right away, but an additional penalty was not given to Burrows.
The worst part, however, was the aftermath of the incident. After Game 1, the NHL announced it would not discipline Burrows for his actions and that he was allowed to play in the second game of the series.
Burrows took advantage of being in the lineup for Game 2 and scored two goals, including the overtime winner just 11 seconds into the extra session to give the Canucks a 2-1 win and a 2-0 series lead.
The bite itself, his denial of it and his two goals in Game 2 made Burrows a villain for the rest of the series. When the series shifted to Boston, other Bruins came to Bergeron's defense by sticking their gloves into the faces of Canucks players attempting mock Burrows and goad Vancouver into penalties. Boston coach Claude Julien eventually told his team to cut it out.
In addition to a sweaty glove, Burrows was left with the taste of Boston holding the Stanley Cup on his home ice.