Minor league hockey coach impersonates a blind man, gets ejected

Monday January 28th, 2013

Wenatchee Wild assistant coach Chris Clark, frustrated with the officiating that slapped his team with an array of penalties, impersonated a blind man during the third period of Saturday's game against the Kenai River Brown Bears.

The fans cheered as Clark donned a bow-tie and sunglasses and used a hockey stick to pretend to be a blind ref. Clark and the Wenatchee Wild head coach Bliss Littler were both understandably ejected from the game following Clark's performance.

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