Youth Hockey Coach Arrested After He Tripped Opposing Player In Handshake Line

(WSCR) Well, this coach isn’t winning any sportmanship awards.

A Vancouver youth hockey coach finds himself in trouble with authorities after allegedly tripping an opposing player in the postgame handshake line, breaking the child’s wrist.

The report indicates Mounties arrested UBC Hornets coach Martin Tremblay after his squad’s 5-4 win over Richmond Steel on the University of British Columbia campus. The coach claims he slipped on the ice.

See for yourself in the video below.

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