Gentleman's game? Coach trips player after game
- By Golf Channel Digital
- Jun 27, 2012 4:25 PM ET
Fighting is part of hockey … as long as the person you are fighting is within 25 years of your age. Not sure if that’s the official rule, but it should be. It’s moments like these that make a person glad to cover a gentleman’s game.
The incident followed a game played between 10-12-year-old teams in British Columbia. The unnamed coach in his 40s was arrested after his alleged trip of a player during the customary handshake line leading to minor injuries of the child.
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