(NEW YORK) -- New York Rangers coach John Tortorella has been fined for the second time this season after his rant Thursday night, following the teams 5-2 loss to the Penguins.
The league fined Tortorella $20,000 for comments on the Penguins team play and hit put on Rangers center Derek Stepan by defensemen Brooks Orpik.
"It's a cheap dirty hit, I wonder what would happen if we did it for their two whining stars over there," Tortorella said referring to Evgeni Malking and Sidney Crosby. "Just no respect amongst players, none. It's sickening."
He also called the Pittsburgh franchise an "arrogant organization".
"I don't know what he's talking about, if you want you can put a camera on us all game," said Crosby in response to Tortorella.
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