Coach trips opposing player

Coach trips opposing player

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June 27th, 2012, 11:24 pm #1

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June 28th, 2012, 12:15 am #2

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June 28th, 2012, 12:37 am #3

No accident, that was intentional...NM
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Joined: January 12th, 2006, 7:13 pm

June 28th, 2012, 4:43 am #4

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The coach was clearly b-lining through the handshake not exactly taking the time to show any respect to begin with. After the trip the quickness of his finger pointing was a clear indication he was preparing to be defensive about something.
The kid in question just happened to be under a bit of scruitiny for perhaps being too old for elegibility? Come on......
Too many coincidences for there to be no merit.

Add that to the fact eye witness testimony hasn't really gone in the coaches favor not to mention that he was indeed arrested and yeah......I think it's safe to say there's something there.


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June 28th, 2012, 4:48 am #5

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I think you're out to lunch on this T.K.O. SORRY.


Around the 14 second mark that coach "CLEARLY" stuck his leg out for that kid.


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June 28th, 2012, 5:23 am #6

a wrist even?





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June 28th, 2012, 5:30 am #7

By ERICA BULMAN, 24 HOURS

The RCMP said Wednesday it plans to recommend an assault charge against a minor hockey coach who tripped a 13-year-old player following a game last weekend, causing the child to break his wrist.The incident occurred following the gold-medal match of the Thunderbird youth spring hockey league at Thunderbird Arena on Saturday, when the Hornets defeated the Richmond Steel 5-4.

"Were expecting to forward assault charge recommendations to Crown counsel, probably in the next month and a half, said RCMP Sgt. Paulena Gidda. The matter is still under investigation. There is still video to review. There are still statements to obtain from onlookers as well as parents that were at the arena".

A hockey mom in the stands captured on video Hornets coach Martin Tremblay tripping the child during the post-game handshake.

The footage shows the coach shake hands with the goalie of the opposing Richmond team. Tremblay then appears to purposefully march down the line of Richmond Steel players before thrusting out his right foot to the side and hooking the youths ankle, causing another player to also fall.

Tremblay then spins around, jabbing his finger toward the second player, whod leapt back up to his feet to face the coach.

The Mounties arrested Tremblay following the incident, and released him the same day, on a promise to appear for a court date toward ends of August, Gidda said.

According to reports, witnesses said the coach claimed to have slipped on the ice. The boy is now wearing a cast, according to friends.

Gord Schmidt, president of the Vancouver Minor Hockey Association, wouldnt confirm reports the organization had suspended Tremblay.

Tammy Hohlweg, whose two boys were on the Richmond Steel team that played that day, said the coach should be suspended for life.

He shouldnt be around children, said Hohlweg, who is also the manager of the Richmond Steel. Can you imagine what he would have done if his team had lost?

Hohlweg said the game had been amicable.

There were only one or two penalties in game. It wasnt a rough or violent game, she said. There was nothing to account for that. The whole thing is disgusting".

I have spoken to a couple parents on our team; their outrage is the same as everybody else that sees the video. Theyre horrified.

UBCs athletic and recreation department, which runs the Thunderbird Spring hockey league, will review the incident, and if necessary take action, said UBC public affairs director Lucie McNeill.





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Joined: December 10th, 2010, 10:30 pm

June 28th, 2012, 6:30 am #8

next, charge the victims' coaches with cowardice for not boot F'ING the guy at centre ice. take the instigator coach. they had an obligation to 'subdue' him as he ran a risk to all players. in the meantime, throw the guy in jail.
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Joined: November 18th, 2004, 10:50 pm

June 28th, 2012, 6:54 am #9

the meek have definately inherited the Earth...sad and pathetic really...**K...my DAD would not have let him off the ice in the old days...he'd be a mess...why was he so confidant anyways?







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June 28th, 2012, 12:49 pm #10

coming out of stands or getting him after is assaut. doing him there after it happened is a freebie as it is being done to subdue him.
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