Jan 28, 2013
Hockey coach mimics blind man to mock referees (Video)
With the Wild down 2-1 and under seven minutes left in the third period, the officials gave the Brown Bears seven minutes of power play time. Clark, who was already dressed in a suit and bowtie, put on a pair of sunglasses and walked out onto the ice using a hockey stick as an imitation walking stick to deliver a "sight-impaired impression" that the crowd enjoyed. Not surprisingly, the officials did not find it funny.
While this protest was a bit immature, and most definitely inappropriate, at least Clark expressed his opinion without yelling, screaming, or throwing things. There's something to be said for that.
DISCLAIMER: Holdout Sports does not condone mockery of the handicapped.
H/T Puck Daddy.