Stars' Hitchcock on 138-penalty minute affair: 'In a very sick way, it was fun'
Dennis Wierzbicki / USA TODAY Sports

Ken Hitchcock has coached over 1,500 games in his NHL career, so he's seen just about everything. Even games such as the Stars' meeting with the Panthers on Tuesday, which resulted in 138 penalty minutes.

Hitchcock doesn't seem to mind these type of games, though. During his postgame press conference, a reporter began a question by referring to the game as "weird," but the veteran bench boss didn't agree.

"I didn't find it weird," he told reporters while holding back a smile. "In a very sick way, it was fun."

The Stars came out on top 6-1, so Hitchcock clearly had a reason to be chipper about his team's performance in the rough game.

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Stars' Hitchcock on 138-penalty minute affair: 'In a very sick way, it was fun'
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