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Youth Hockey Coach Trips Players in Post-Game Handshake [VIDEO]

Anyone who knows hockey knows the post-series handshake is a time-honored tradition. So you can understand the hockey world’s reaction to this douche, Canadian youth coach Martin Tremblay, who leg-swept two teenage players on the other team ready to shake his hand, breaking one 13-year-old’s wrist!

As fans for the other team began throwing things onto the ice, Tremblay gave them the one-fingered salute and jeered back at them.

Needless to say, he lost his job. He has also lost his wife, and he’s been sent to jail for two weeks.

As you can see from this Canadian news report, they don’t take kindly to hosers like this, eh.

And maybe the most ridiculous thing, aside from the act itself, is that Tremblay’s team had just won!

 

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