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Felhaber and Jesse Barwell also found the • Author: jinshuiqian0713, Sun Oct 06, 2019 2:47 am

Vancouver Canucks head coach John Tortorella will learn his fate today after Saturday nights line brawl against the Calgary Flames. Many think theres a good chance hell be fined and possibly suspended for an altercation outside of the Flames locker room, where he tried to confront the team about the line brawl that started the game. The question thats lost in all the controversy is - should anything be done about Calgarys head coach Bob Hartley? Should he receive supplemental discipline as well? Should Hartley receive the same amount of blame as Tortorella? Being the road team, Hartley submitted his starting lineup first which included fourth liners Brian McGrattan, Kevin Westgarth and Blair Jones. If Hartley had started his first or second line, as most coaches do to start games, theres a good chance the incident wouldnt have happened. Hartley said after the game that he had no intentions to start any fighting. "Those guys are playing well for us," he said. "They got a goal last game. Were not scoring many goals. We had zero intentions there. "As far as I know they were the home team. They had the luxury to put whoever they wanted on the ice." Tortorella felt he had no choice but to respond with his fourth line of Tom Sestito, Kellan Lain and Dale Weise. "I know the other guy across the bench," said Tortorella in defending his decision after the game. "Its easy for people to say well put the Sedins out there and its deflated. I cant put our players at risk like that. "With the lineup that he had, Im not going to put those types of players at risk and thats what ensued. Im not proud of it. Ive apologized to every one of the players involved in it. I dont feel great about it at all." Before the game was even five minutes old, 150 minutes of penalty time had been assessed and misconducts were handed out to all ten players involved in the melee, including eight who were thrown out of the game. 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