Sport Quenneville storms out of presser after failed challenge bites Blackhawks

11:21  13 october  2017
11:21  13 october  2017 Source:   theScore

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  John Hayden drops Marcus Foligno with unreal knockout punch John Hayden might want to consider a career in the boxing ring after seeing the knockout punch he delivered during a fight with Marcus Foligno. The Chicago Blackhawks center got into a fight with the Minnesota Wild’s Foligno during the second period of their game on Thursday and sure made a statement.Here’s the final punch of their fight:Slo-mo of the final right hook John Hayden landed on Marcus Foligno at the end of their fight pic.twitter.com/jbr3kHbyar— Brady Trettenero (@BradyTrett) October 13, 2017Both got five minutes for fighting.

24. Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville was visibly upset with the ruling, and stormed out of his postgame press conference after answering just one question. “It’s been good, actually,” Anisimov said. “Every time it’s a challenge , you know?

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The new rule governing lost offside challenges cost the Chicago Blackhawks in a loss to the Minnesota Wild on Thursday night, and coach Joel Quenneville was not happy about it.

"It's gotten to a different level," Quenneville told reporters postgame, via the Chicago Sun-Times' Mark Lazerus.

"I don't know the rules anymore or something's changed, because my understanding, (having) played a lot of hockey, (was) that … I don't know. I think everybody has an interpretation (of) what's a good goal and what's a bad goal, but I can't believe it," he added before throwing up his hands and walking out of the room.

John Hayden drops Marcus Foligno with unreal knockout punch

  John Hayden drops Marcus Foligno with unreal knockout punch John Hayden might want to consider a career in the boxing ring after seeing the knockout punch he delivered during a fight with Marcus Foligno. The Chicago Blackhawks center got into a fight with the Minnesota Wild’s Foligno during the second period of their game on Thursday and sure made a statement.Here’s the final punch of their fight:Slo-mo of the final right hook John Hayden landed on Marcus Foligno at the end of their fight pic.twitter.com/jbr3kHbyar— Brady Trettenero (@BradyTrett) October 13, 2017Both got five minutes for fighting.

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Joel Quenneville was so mad after the Blackhawks ' loss he threw his hands up and left. Paul Pierce hilariously fails in attempt to tweet out photo of him and Obama.

Here's the video evidence of the end of Quenneville's presser:

So what was Quenneville so upset about?

Chris Stewart scored to give the Wild a 2-1 lead midway through the third period, and the Blackhawks bench boss challenged the play hoping Minnesota forward Jason Zucker would be deemed offside carrying the puck in before setting up Stewart for the go-ahead marker.

But the goal call was upheld, and because of the NHL's new policy of assessing a penalty against the team that loses an offside challenge, the Wild went on a power play as a result. Zucker scored on the man advantage to make it 3-1 for Minnesota. Stewart followed that with another goal, and the Wild cruised to a 5-2 victory.

The NHL offered an official explanation postgame, citing Rule 83.1, which states, in part:

"If a player legally carries or passes the puck back into his own defending zone while a player of the opposing team is in such defending zone, the off-side shall be ignored and play permitted to continue."

This is the first season the league is penalizing teams for failed offside challenges.

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