John Tortorella has seen enough

John Tortorella is not amused by this seven-minute five-on-three.

This probably isn't what John Tortorella had in mind when he signed up to coach the Vancouver Canucks.

With his team already down 7-1 in the third period, chaos started to unfold and for the second straight game Tom Sestito was in the middle of it. After putting his team in a position where it had to kill off a seven-minute power play on Monday, Sestito, Jannik Hansen and Zach Kassian put the Canucks in a position where they would have to kill a seven-minute five-on-three.

Tortorella?

He's not pleased about that.

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Either that or he keeps calling for the "fun dude."

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