Youth Hockey Coach Martin Tremblay Trips Player-Caught on Video
Coach Martin Tremblay Investigated After Tripping Opposing Player
After the UBC Hornets edged out the Richmond Steel in a 5-4 championship game, UBC coach Martin Tremblay was caught on video as he appeared to trip a 13-year-old Richmond player during the post-game handshake. You can see the Martin Tremblay video below.
The player who was tripped ended up injuring his wrist. Tremblay says it was an accient, but the video, as well as additional footage of the Hornets' behavior afterwards, suggests otherwise.
After the players fall, the video shows a Hornets player throwing a water bottle at the glass.
It also shows Tremblay pointing his middle fingers at the glass.
Some of the players then applaud and some taunt spectators before they are awarded gold medals.
The tripping incident suggested by the video below took place after the gold-medal game in the UBC Spring Hockey League. Imagine how Martin Tremblay would have behaved had his team lost.