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Come on Ref What kind of call was that Why dont you put on a blue sweater Come on you guys hit Cant you do anything right Put the puck in the net I think to myself I know these people and they are not like this at all Why would they say such things after all its just a game meant to be played for fun This is called rink rage Players coaches parents and fans are all affected by this rage It is starting to get serious and something needs to be done At a peewee playoff game in northern Ontario last year things got so out of hand that the whole crowd of 200 people along with a few coaches had to be ejected The reason A few bad calls caused a few bad fans to throw stuff onto the ice including coins water bottles and a broom Since the referees couldnt tell who exactly threw it they ejected the entire crowd The coaches got mad so they were ejected too The officials had to escorted from the arena by police to avoid attacks from the angry fans This is just one example of rink rage In July 2000 in a Massachusetts ice rink a team was having an unofficial shinny practice The man who was running it was letting it get fairly rough at the expense at some of the smaller players The parent of one of those smaller players Thomas Junta seemed to have a problem of the roughness of the practice approached Michael Costin who was running the shinny Mr Junta hit Mr Costin several times and continued beating the man until he has bleeding severely and unconscious He was rushed to hospital and died a day later This beating took place in front of both Thomas Juntas and Michael Costins children who begged Thomas to stop Thomas was convicted of involuntary manslaughter and sentenced to
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