John Tortorella reacts to hockey's most heated coaching moments | The Point

  • Published on Jan 12, 2022
  • Following Dallas Stars head coach Rick Bowness' stick-swinging tirade on Saturday, John Tortorella reacts to memorable moments of NHL & AHL coaches losing their cool before describing the difficulties of keeping composure as a coach in the moment.
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Comments • 12

  • Vestu
    Vestu 3 months ago +6

    This is why I've always loved Torts. He's involved, emotional and with the players in the front-lines. Sometimes literally :D

    • teddyjun1
      teddyjun1 13 days ago

      Come to PHX!!! He will revive the coyotes franchise! He is a winner without any doubts!

  • M. Wayne
    M. Wayne 4 months ago +10

    The NHL being back on ESPN reminds me of when it was actually a great network, that just stuck to sports.

  • Eric Lai
    Eric Lai 4 months ago +18

    ESPN missed the most important clip: Torts vs Hartley

  • A Buddhist Dog
    A Buddhist Dog 4 months ago +6

    Love Torts on ESPN! He really is the best

  • Mikey C
    Mikey C 4 months ago +2

    Back when hockey was actually tough

  • Bradley Allen
    Bradley Allen 2 months ago +2

    I used to hate Torts. Now, as a fan of a direction-less, defensively void, soft Blackhawks team, I would love for him to be our next coach.

  • Gerald Richards
    Gerald Richards 4 months ago +11

    I like Torts on this show

    • im not your friend buddy
      im not your friend buddy 29 days ago

      I fucking like him coaching fucking hockey fucking players in the fucking NHL.

    • Sean Slater
      Sean Slater 3 months ago

      His takes on the zegras goals are ice cold though

  • Jeffrey Michael Price
    Jeffrey Michael Price Month ago +1

    If the Philadelphia Flyers general manager had brains, he would make a good deal with Mr. Tortorella to hire him as the next Head Coach