Clark paced around the rink like a blind man tapping his stick on the ice and got tossed from the game. At that point, the Wild (28-7-4 overall) had given up their second goal of the game to the Brown Bears while shorthanded.
The home team was understandably frustrated, but became considerably more upset after the bench received a misconduct immediately after scoring a game-tying goal with 11 minutes in the final period.
“I don't know what he (the referee) could have heard from center ice with 3,500 screaming,” Clark said.
The Wild were shorthanded following the game-tying goal and its penalty kill unit gave up its second goal of the night about two minutes afterward to fall behind 2-1.
At that point, Clark decided he'd had enough. CBS Sports
Not sure if I like this route better, or the Minor League Atlanta Braves coach that did the fake grenade toss.
Being that I'm a Braves fan I'm going to have to give them the edge here. All I know for sure is that we need some of these Minor League coaches in the Majors. Let's get some more exposure to these mental break downs. Just hilarious.
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