A Vancouver-area minor hockey coach just earned a spot in the Bad Winner Hall of Fame — and there might be criminal charges stemming from an incident where an opposing 13-year-old player broke his wrist after he was tripped during the post-game handshake line.
It has to be seen to be believed. On Saturday afternoon, the UBC Hornets beat the Richmond Steel 5-4 to win the championship of the University of British Columbia spring hockey line. As the teams proceeded through the handshake line, Hornets coach Martin Tremblay stuck his foot out, causing two young boys to topple like dominoes, with one of them breaking his wrist. Needless to say, there is outrage from parents of the Steel players that a grown man would do that to a child.