New York Rangers coach John Tortorella is renowned for his in-game tirades at officials, opposing players, and even his own team.
He's also well known for giving brief, even terse answers to reporters questions in post-game interviews and press conferences. Usually this is a plus to correspondents and stringers who are rushing to file a column or story by a deadline, but in his post-game presser after the loss to the hated New Jersey Devils, he reached new heights of succinctness.
Was it poor questions from the reporters? Or was this just another version of Tortorella's "Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions"? (with apologies to Al Jaffee and MAD Magazine). You be the judge.
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