San Jose Sharks v Los Angeles Kings - Game One

This isn’t news to you at this point, but Raffi Torres is not somebody who learns a quick lesson. He hit someone illegally then got suspended for it then hit some one then got suspended for it then hit so…I could go on for awhile.

His latest foray into suspension territory was a head shot he dropped on Jarret Stoll, who missed the entire second round of playoffs because of it. Torres sat out with him, removing himself from action which forced him to watch his team lose a tight playoff series by a single goal. That must’ve been awfully painful, so you have to think he found himself in constant regret for his error which potentially cost him and his team a series victory.

Hahahaha, naw, I’m kidding with you, he’d drop that shoulder into Stoll’s head again.

“I still feel like it was a clean hit. I didn’t do anything that I don’t think I’ll do again.”

“I didn’t do anything I don’t think I’ll do a…”…this motherf….hold me back. Hold me back. I’m gonna kill this guy.

Honestly, even a puppy stops pooping indoors after enough lessons, yet for some reason this veteran player can’t stop s****ing all over the NHL.

“Obviously, it’s tough when he’s kind of in a vulnerable position, but I feel like I did my best to stay within the guidelines.”

Not good enough.

I’ve never said Raffi Torres isn’t a good hockey player. He is. But he’s also pretty clearly an idiot. At the very least lie and say you’re regretful and reformed, dude.