Latest ArticlesCOP28: 7 food and agriculture innovations needed to protect the climate and feed a rapidly growing world Santos, now booted from the House, got elected as a master of duplicity — here’s how it worked Colonized countries rarely ask for redress over past wrongs − the reasons can be complex Artificial wombs could someday be a reality – here’s how they may change our notions of parenthood Turmoil at OpenAI shows we must address whether AI developers can regulate themselves Who is still getting HIV in America? Medication is only half the fight – homing in on disparities can help get care to those who need it most Electric arc furnaces: the technology poised to make British steelmaking more sustainable Sustainability schemes deployed by business most often ineffective, research reveals Destruction of Ukrainian heritage: why losing historical icons can leave a long shadow These programs make college possible for students with developmental disabilities
The Detroit Red Wings had a disappointing night against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Sunday. Unfortunately, the night became even more frustrating when head coach Derek Lalonde was ejected during the third period.
This was Lalonde’s first game as head coach of the Red Wings and it didn’t end well. He was ejected after questioning a call by the officials late in the third period. Lalonde argued that the officials had missed a call, but he was not given a chance to explain his case and was sent to the locker room.
The call in question was a hit to the head of Red Wings forward Valtteri Filppula. The officials missed the call and Lalonde was understandably upset. It was a pivotal moment in the game and the Red Wings went on to lose by a score of 4-1.
Lalonde was clearly frustrated, but he did not deserve to be ejected. The officials missed the call and Lalonde was simply trying to get them to pay attention and make the right call. He was not arguing or being disrespectful, he was simply doing his job as head coach and trying to get the right call made.
It was a tough night for the Red Wings, and Lalonde’s ejection didn’t help matters. It was a disappointing end to Lalonde’s first game as head coach, and it’s clear that he didn’t deserve to be ejected. The officials missed the call and Lalonde was simply trying to get them to pay attention and make the right call.