MN Wild get HOSED on terrible no-call from Toronto [VIDEO]

The Minnesota Wild didn't exactly play their best game of the season tonight at home against the San Jose Sharks. It ended with a 3-0 shutout in favor of the visiting team, but it wasn't without controversy.

Down 2-0 in the third period of the game, the Wild were tagged with a hooking penalty on a breakaway. The call gave Sharks center Logan Couture a penalty shot in which he scored to put San Jose up by a field goal over Minnesota. But during the break replays began to show that Couture was in fact offsides BEFORE the hooking penalty took place.

Check out the video of the play in question...

See, offsides.

So MN Wild head coach Bruce Boudreau challenges the play and they send the tap off to Toronto for the NHL headquarters to take a look at it. Taking a look at the situation the League ruled that the play in fact could not be reviewed since the original play did not end in a goal.

Here's the explanation...

Naturally, Bruce Boudreau was not pleased and LOST HIS DANG MIND on the bench...

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