Minor league coach's public apology for hockey rage gets thumbs up

John Lagimodiere / Courtesy: John Lagimodiere - Facebook

John Lagimodiere / Courtesy: John Lagimodiere - Facebook


A Saskatoon, Saskatchewan hockey coach's rage has become a teachable moment. Over the weekend minor hockey coach John Lagimodiere was behind the bench for a playoff game between his 11- and 12-year-old Saskatoon Thunder Aces and the Renegade Warriors. Near the end of the game a perceived bad call and a lopsided score pushed Lagimodiere over the edge. But now he's getting attention for what he did afterwards: publicly apologize. Carol talked to coach and freelance journalist John Lagimodiere.

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