Joel Quenneville throws temper tantrum after disallowed goal (Video)

Chicago Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenneville earned a penalty for his temper tantrum after a disallowed goal in the first period of Thursday night's game against Arizona.

It happened after Marian Hossa scored a goal at the 15:40 mark of the first period. The Coyotes used a coach's challenge, and the officials nullified the goal after a review, ruling that Hossa interfered with Coyotes goaltender Louis Domingue.

Quenneville lost it and screamed in the face of official Marc Joanette as he came to the Blackhawks bench to explain the call, using some choice words in the process. Joanette did not take kindly to it and gave Quenneville a two minute minor for unsportsmanlike conduct.

Things worked out in the end, as the Blackhawks beat the Coyotes 5-4, but the game could have ended earlier as it took an overtime period for Chicago to earn the victory.

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