Group USA hockey mentor John Tortorella stood out as truly newsworthy this week when he told ESPN’s Linda Cohn, “If any of my players sit on the seat for the national song of devotion, they will stay there whatever remains of the diversion.” In the wake of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s dissent, Tortorella now has a zero resistance arrangement for players who decline to take an interest in the national hymn amid the World Cup of hockey competition.

Tortorella’s child is an Army Ranger who is as of now sent, making this matter significantly more individual for group USA’s stern mentor. He is especially reproachful of his players’ direct especially amid the World Cup where they will speak to not only a solitary group or class, but rather the whole nation overall. On the off chance that his players practice their protected rights by sitting for the song of devotion, he has no issue practicing his great mentor to seat them all through the amusement.

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