The Minnesota Wild didn't have a very good game on Tuesday night, dropping a 4-0 decision at home to the Los Angeles Kings that saw the road team score three goals in the first period. The fans weren't happy, the front office probably wasn't happy and Cal Clutterbuck definitely wasn't happy.
It's unclear if something on the ice set him off or he just wasn't happy to look up at the scoreboard and see a 4-0 deficit early in the third period, but he attempted to take out his frustrations on the boards. It probably didn't work as planned considering his stick stayed intact, but it definitely would have been a penalty had a Kings player been in his way.
Ladies and gentlemen, things might start getting ugly (if the first intermission booing wasn't enough of an indication).
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