It was a rough night for defenseman Kyle Quincey in the Wild's 7-2 loss to Winnipeg.
Not only did Quincey rack up 16 minutes in penalties, but he was a team-worst minus-3.
"I'm not going to call out players in front of the media or anything, but we'll have to re-evaluate where we're at," said coach Bruce Boudreau when asked if he can keep playing Quincey.
Fourteen of those penalty minutes came after center Bryan Little's goal in the third period, as a scrum broke out between Quincey and winger Nikolaj Ehlers.
"He came up, and I gave him a shot and then he came at me, and I think the ref just had enough of me to tell you the truth," Quincey said. "I'm not sure why I got a 10. He definitely came at me, and I definitely took him down. But [defenseman Dustin Byfuglien] had me in a headlock. So at the end of the day, I think the ref didn't want it to get out of control and he didn't want me doing that."