VANCOUVER - A Canadian youth hockey coach is facing potential criminal charges after being caught on videotape tripping an opposing player during the post-game handshake line.
Police took Martin Tremblay in for questioning after the incident came to light. The Vancouver youth league player he is accused of tripping is just 13 years old. After that young man hit the ice a number of other skaters went down in a pile, with one of them reportedly breaking his wrist.
Tremblay was released without being arrested while the investigation continues. Assault charges are a possibility.
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