Found May 23, 2013 on BlackSportsOnline:
  Torts is just being Torts. Rangers Coach and Darth Vader’s step brother, John Tortorella let a linesman have it during Thursday’s game 4 against the Bruins in the 3rd period. After a delayed call by the officials let the Bruins have a second shot at a goal Torts proceeded to go crazy. Tortorella of course has a reputation of being a hot head, but this kind of language is uncalled for. Stay classy

During Verbal Clash Linesman Tells Rangers Coach John Tortorella, “F*ck You!”

On Thursday night the New York Rangers were facing a four game sweep at the hands of the Boston Bruins and frustration was settling in. Rangers coach John Tortorella was his usual fiery self and was ranting at one of the linesman in the crucial Game 4. CNBC microphones and camera caught the altercation and at the boiling point the linesman told Tortorella, “F*ck you!” The Rangers...

GIF: John Tortorella drops F-bomb after Rangers get eliminated by Bruins

John Tortorella's New York Rangers lost to the Boston Bruins, 3-1 on Saturday, prompting the team's coach to drop an f-bomb on the sidelines.

John Tortorella in F-bomb exchange with official (Video)

John Tortorella got into it with an official towards the end of the third period of Game 4 between the New York Rangers and Boston Bruins, and there were audible F-bombs exchanged. Torts could be seen on NBC cameras dropping F-bombs at the official, who also responded with some choice language. “That’s enough,” the official yelled back at Tortorella. “F–k you!” he told...

Torts fires back at media over Richards

Rangers coach John Tortorella was at his potty-mouthed best when discussing his feelings about Brad Richards after making the veteran a healthy scratch for Game 4.

John Tortorella wants the media to kiss his derriere

John Tortorella & a Ref Exchanged F-Bombs last night

John Tortorella and a linesman exchange **** yous. And then, at the post game presser, JT tells the media to kiss his ass if they're not going to write up the Brad Richards story... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

John Tortorella, Henrik Lundqvist Rave About Bruins After B’s Send Rangers Packing in Five Games

BOSTON — The Rangers’ season began on Jan. 19 at TD Garden in Boston. On Saturday, in Game 5 of their second-round series with the Bruins, New York’s season came to an end. At times, the Rangers showed a little bit of spark here and there, but by and large, the Bruins were far and away the better team on their way to winning the series 4-1. Following Boston’s 3-1 win in the...

No Indication From Rangers Organization That Torts' Job In Jeopardy

While there has been wild speculation that John Tortorella could be fired if the Rangers are swept or lose in a short series to the Bruins, Jeff Klein at the New York Times says that scenario doesn't seem likely... "There have been no indications from the Rangers’ organization that Tortorella’s job is in jeopardy, as there were in the weeks leading to the firing...

John Tortorella explains his decision to sit Brad Richards

Classic John Tortorella, the guy is a gem. Earlier in the game, Torts was caught on audio cussing out a lines man and dropping the F-bomb. In the course of one night, Torts cussed out the on-ice officials and told the writers to kiss his ass and won a hockey, so he keeps his job for at least another day... It pretty much sounds like he's going to get fired if the Rangers don...

John Tortorella to critics of Brad Richards decision: ‘Kiss my a**’

There was once a time when New York Rangers center Brad Richards was one of the better offensive players in the league. Just three years ago, he racked up 24 goals and a whopping 67 assists in a single season. On Thursday night, that same Brad Richards was a healthy scratch for Game 4 against the Boston Bruins. With his team in a 0-3 hole, Rangers coach John Tortorella decided it...

Brad Richards a Healthy Scratch for Rangers in Game 4 Against Bruins

Brad Richards won a Conn Smythe under John Tortorella in 2004 when the two were teaming up to win a Stanley Cup with the Tampa Bay Lightning. That now seems like a very, very long time ago. The two are now in New York, of course, and Tortorella will go into Thursday’s do-or-die Game 4 against the Bruins without Richards. The head coach has decided to make Richards a healthy scratch...

NHL playoffs: Best of Thursday

All the hoopla before Game 4 between the Rangers and Bruins at Madison Square Garden on Thursday revolved around New York coach John Tortorella's decision to make Brad Richards a healthy scratch. Richards is making $12M this year, but only has one goal in the playoffs. He's also a Conn Smythe Trophy winner, AND won the Cup with Torts as his coach when the two were with the...

Eklund: Brad Richards Benched for Game 4. Buyout coming?

In a shocking move today, coach John Tortorella has benched the player who once won him a Stanley Cup in Tampa. Brad Richards was told this morning he will not be in the lineup for the pivotal game 4 tonight. Is Torts doing this to shock his team into a victory or to keep Richards from injury so the Rangers, who are in well known cap trouble for this coming season, can exercise...

Fourth Line Sparks Game 4 Win

Last week, I said that John Tortorella needed to change up the Rangers potpourri fourth line of Brad Richards, Chris Kreider and Arron Asham to a legit fourth line after they were completely owned by the Bruins trio of Gregory Campbell, Daniel Paille and Shawn Thornton in Game 1 of the series. Well, it took the Rangers head coach three games, but he finally got it right when...
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