By Allan Muir
Spend a night in a minor league or junior hockey rink and you're likely to hear an organist play Three Blind Mice as a cheeky retort after a questionable call by the officials.
But you could spend your whole life in small-town barns and never see a protest quite like this.
This footage comes from a contest Saturday night the between the Wenatchee Wild and the Kenai River Brown Bears of the North American Hockey League, a Tier 2 Junior A circuit.
Taking issue with a series of seven straight calls against the Wild in the third period, associate coach Chris Clark took ref baiting to a whole new level. He donned a pair of dark sunglasses, used a stick as a cane and began walking around the ice in an fashion that, well, you need to see it for yourself.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7JPeeRG2HGo&list=UUYwbLzpG9H8SsGqi2IvzYNw&index=1 No surprise that Clark was immediately ejected from the game and could face supplementary discipline from the league. After a third period that featured 93 minutes in penalties, the Brown Bears had the final laugh, winning the game 2-1.