"Of course, it’s 'better' for sportswriters to have 'sports" to cover. It gives us 'work' which helps us get 'paid.'"
They fined Rod $25K for his comments about the officiating. Him and John Tortorella are now in an elite club of coaches.
The price, just announced: a $25,000 fine and another $25,000 if he says a cross word in the next year. That wasn't on the zoom interview, so thanks for reading @NHL. Please be sure to subscribe when you hit the paywall if you haven't already.
A furious Rod Brind'Amour says the officials wouldn't clarify the call on the ice, leaving him to flip a coin on what to challenge. “This is why the league’s a joke, in my opinion, on these things,” Brind’Amour told the N&O. “That one is a crime scene.” https://t.co/FpaVpqwnL4
Rod Brind’Amour Fined 25K: NEW YORK (Aug. 12, 2020) – Carolina Hurricanes head coach Rod Brind’Amour has been fined $25,000 for comments following Game 1 of the team’s First Round series against the Boston Bruins, the National Hockey League announced… https://t.co/rmTnOQMC8q
NHL fines Hurricanes coach Rod Brind’Amour $25,000 for his comments after game today. I assume this is what he told @LukeDeCock about league being a “joke” with officiating and review process and today’s situation being a “crime scene.”