Pat Maroon’s frustration had finally reached a boiling point. Or he had just made an untimely and careless decision in the Lightning’s 4-1 loss Saturday night in Edmonton .Trailing 3-1 in the second period — Dallas scoring its third goal just 27.4 seconds from the buzzer — Maroon flicked the puck into the Stars' bench after the whistle blew for the end of the period.The Lightning forward’s maneuver caused players on the ice to erupt in a brief scrum as the officials gave Maroon a 10-minute misconduct penalty.Maroon served a roughing penalty alongside Dallas' Jamie Oleksiak about halfway through the first period.The roughing started after Maroon poked at Corey Perry down on the ice. The Stars winger was sitting on the puck as Maroon tried to knock it free and back into play.Oleksiak decided to take it up with Maroon with two shoves to the back. After the second shove, Maroon grabbed Oleksiak’s jersey and the two started pushing and swatting at each other. Maroon lost his helmet and both teams joined in on the fun with a group scrum.The Lightning forward logged 10:09 minutes on ice over 13 shifts — down 3:03 minutes from his average — and two hits on Saturday night.Despite starting off the third penalty with a 10-minute penalty, the Lightning played their best in the third period, outshooting the Stars 22-2 in the final frame.The late start, however, couldn’t turn things around as the Lightning dropped the game 4-1 and the Stars took a 1-0 lead in the series.“I think we finally found our game in the third period," Kevin Shattenkirk said after the loss. "The first two we kind of waited and allowed them to bring the game to us.” Contact Mari Faiello at firstname.lastname@example.org . Follow @faiello_mari .