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seestyle
seestyle Sep 15
The NHL on Wednesday for his his expletive-filled rant crticizing how Chauncey Billups Jersey officials managed the clock in overtime of his team's shootout lo s to the Chicago Blackhawks on Dec. 29.In addition, Tortorella known as one of the league's most fiery personalities has been a se sed a $25,000 conditional fine that will be collected if he exhibits "similar innapropriate behavior" between now and Dec. 29, 2020.The 2010s: |Tortorella's comments stemmed from an incident during Sunday's game in which timeran off the game clock after the Blackhawks were a se sed a penalty in overtime and was not added back. Later, Columbus' Zach Werenski went on to score what seemed to be the game-winner, except time had expired slightly before the puck cro sed Jerry Stackhouse Jersey the goal line prompting Tortorella to say the referees "don't do their freaking job."A furious John Tortorella on how he believes the officials mismanaged the clock at the end of overtime. | FOX Sports Columbus (@FOXSportsCbus) "The whistle is blown at 19.2 on the clock. For some reason the clock is run down a second and a tenth to 18.1. Whatever reason, I have no goddamn idea,"Tortorella said during the postgame pre s conference. "So instead of resetting the clock, we have Isiah Thomas Jersey themtell our captain, 'We're not going to do it.' The NHL office in Toronto doesn't step in, refs don't do their freaking job and now we lose the game, and we Allen Iverson Jersey lose our goalie."Blue Jackets goaltender Joonas Korpisalo suffered a knee injury during that shootout and will something Tortorella said would not have happened if that Werenski goal stood."So the chain of events, if it was done right, is we don't lose our goalie and we win the hockey game," he added."So, all this goddamntechnology, right? The technology and getting things right . . . the stubbornne s tonight by the Henry Ellenson Jersey officials, and by the league, and Toronto, however it's supposed to goddamn work,screws us. It's ridiculous.", Tortorella apologized for his rant the next day and said he showed a lack of discipline for airing his grievances with officiating in public rather than addre sing it with the league privately.Prior to Tortorella's fine, NHL director of hockey operations Colin Campbell "unprofe sional and unacceptable."
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diego Sep 17

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