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Goalie Gets Coaches Back in Viral Sour Grapes Display

A disgruntled Minnesota high school goalie made a huge statement to his coaches and went viral Tuesday night after he quit the team in the middle of a game.  

Austin Krause was apparently ticked off at coaches for leaving him on the bench most of the season but finally got a chance to play on Tuesday night and made sure he made his statement loud and clear.

The Farmington goaltender, in a move caught on video, deliberately slipped the puck into his own goal, gave coaches the finger, saluted the crowd, and skated off the ice for good.

Chaska High School bewildered by the events was still able to come from behind and win the game 3-2.

See the viral video below.

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