After being hit on the hands by Josh Manson, Bedard get angry on the bench

Connor Bedard nearly breaks hand throwing fit

Published March 2, 2024 at 4:13

The Colorado Avalanche made short work of the Chicago Blackhawks and Connor Bedard, as they left the game with a shutout.

Bedard would not only get hit with Josh Manson's twig on the hands, but the game would end with Manson getting away with it.


The team would fall 5-0 and no one would get on the scorecard that night, as Bedard left frustrated.

It goes to show how passionate he is about the game.

He would go onto punch the boards after the non-call and vent his frustration off-ice.

That is a way of doing it, but it would've been better I think to retaliate on ice and lay Josh Manson out after something like that.

Even better question, where was Nick Foligno?

Regardless, the loss was terrible and we're happy to see Bedard engaged as we always want him to be, but almost breaking your hand isn't a smart move.

At least return the goon in kind, next time you see Manson.

The Blackhawks after last night are 15-40-5 and last in the Central Division, while the rebuild continues.

Bedard has 17 goals and 23 assists for 40 points in 46 games in the NHL.

March 2   |   247 answers
Connor Bedard nearly breaks hand throwing fit

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