Youth Hockey Coach Fired For Insanely Vulgar Pregame Rant [Video]

Pregame speeches are supposed to be motivational and inspiring. They’re supposed to get your team pumped up to go out there and kick the opposing teams ass. Well, one youth hockey coach took his pregame speech to the extreme, and has lost his job because of it.

The Littleton Hockey Association has removed a coach from its Bantam travel team after video surfaced on social media of what can only be described as one of the most incredible and unhinged pregame motivational rants in the history of sports:

You’re gonna beat ‘em three-none! I wanna see you sticking your hands up these guys asses and workin’ ‘em like a fuckin’ puppet!

Deadspin was forwarded an email sent to parents by Brian TenEyck, Director of Hockey Operations for Littleton Youth Hockey, explaining the official response to the video:

Littleton Hawks,

It has come to our attention that a video involving one of our LHA teams and one of their assistant coaches has been circulating through a variety of social media channels. In the video, there was inappropriate language and references being made. I want to apologize for this behavior, and reiterate this is in no way a reflection of your association and the association we strive to be.

Since our inception in 1963, LHA has prided itself on operating one of the best youth hockey associations in not only Colorado, but the United States of America.

I was made aware of this situation in October through an email with what others believed was said from outside the locker room. Upon review, I immediately suspended the assistant coach. He was very embarrassed and issued a letter of apology to the opposing team and apologized to his team. It was not until I witnessed the video did the severity of the situation become apparent. The coach has been removed from the staff and will not be returning to LHA this season, nor in the future. Littleton Hockey does not condone this type of behavior.

Coaches, players and parents get emotional for the sport of youth hockey, but there is no need, nor do we allow, this type of behavior within our association. The coach recognizes his mistake. He is young and will hopefully learn from it. Through this, we hope LHA can better train all of our coaches as to how their interaction with players, opponents, referees and spectators reflects on this great association.

We would like to apologize to all players and parents effected by this behavior. We are truly sorry.

I don’t know about you, but I’m ready to run through a fucking brick wall for this guy.

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