Currently, John Tortorella is the head coach of the Columbus Blue Jackets and is gradually becoming a legend in ice hockey, once an anecdote. Former Fancouver Canucks defenseman Kevin Bieksa contributed, and one of the washrooms is the core of an interesting story.
“During the meeting, [Tortorella] Bieksa said in an interview with Sports Net’s “Halford & Brough” this week that he is talking and the automatic toilet sensor is working. The “error” ended in the middle of the meeting. He got angry and ran to the toilet and shouted: “Gosh, who did it?”
«[Ryan Stanton] He washes No. 2 water in the toilet. He said he had been sitting there for fifteen minutes. He didn’t want to get up because he didn’t want the automatic sensor to go out. But he thought, “It’s been 15 minutes, I must leave here to go to the gym. After sitting for so long, my legs are sore.” He tried to get up and sneak. But the sensor is broken. “
Tortorella was a little angry, half amused, he did not hesitate to condemn his players, and at the same time he did not laugh. This happened again the following week, and the pilot did the same thing. Except this time, it was Walter Seiding (Halrik’s son, about 8 years old at the time) who made a mistake that made him loose. The teacher apologized quickly.
“I’m telling you, it’s funny,” Bieksa recalled.