With the Rochester Americans trailing 5-0 to Geneve-Servette HC in the Spengler Cup Thursday, Frederick Piuze-Roy—son of famed goalie and current Avalanche head coach Patrick Roy—tried to take his frustration out on Cody Almond. He ended up getting tossed and going berserk.

Looking at the provided replay, Piuze-Roy cross-checked Almond, Almond threw a punch, and Piuze-Roy retaliated with his gloves off. International hockey doesn't allow fighting, so Piuze-Roy is ejected with a game misconduct. He stewed on the ice for a bit, but the climax of Piuze-Roy's rage was at the 1:25 mark, when he finally marched off the ice, a furious child in hockey gear.

[The Big Lead]