WATCH: Joel Quenneville storms out of press conference after addressing no-goal

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Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville was so incensed about an overturned goal Tuesday night that he stormed out of his press conference following Chicago’s 2-0 loss to San Jose.

Just one question was asked before Quenneville threw up his hands and headed toward the door.

Take a look:

Here’s Joel Quenneville’s postgame presser. He’s as mad as I’ve ever seen. #HawksTalk pic.twitter.com/KTmsX2FHsY — Ryan McGuffey (@RyanMcGuffey) February 10, 2016

The disallowed goal was the second for Chicago in three games after Marian Hossa had a goal taken away because of goalie interference in the Blackhawks’ win over Arizona last week.

Interference was once again the call this time as Dennis Rasmussen blocked the view of San Jose’s Martin Jones as Brandon Mashinter knocked the puck in off his shin. Both rulings came as the result of a coach’s challenge.

Over head look on the Blackhawks scoring play that was ruled no goal by the refs after a coaches challenge. pic.twitter.com/f4wx5r4F8Q — Blackhawks Breakdown (@HawksBreakdown) February 10, 2016

After the game in Arizona, Hossa said he didn’t think challenges were good for the game.

He expressed similar sentiments Tuesday night.

The overturned goal didn’t end up costing Chicago in Arizona, where they came away with a 5-4 win. But it may have against the Sharks, who led 1-0 until tacking on an empty-netter in the final minute.

Stats via ESPN

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