Back in July, 48-year-old Martin Tremblay was coaching youth hockey in Vancouver, British Columbia. We don't know how he was at teaching hockey fundamentals but we DO know he was USELESS in teaching sportsmanship.
Because, after a game where his team lost, as the teams were doing a traditional postgame handshake line, Martin TRIPPED a 13-year-old kid.
The kid fell on the ice, and FRACTURED HIS WRISTS breaking his fall.
Martin was arrested for assault. His wife ended up leaving him and his construction business fell apart because people stopped wanting to hire him.
And this week, he was sentenced to 15 days in jail, which actually seems fairly minor compared to losing his wife, losing his job, and being forever known as the guy who tripped a kid after a pee-wee hockey game.
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