Last June, Martin Tremblay touched off a furore after video spread of him tripping a 13-year-old boy during the post-game handshakes after an emotional championship game in the Vancouver, B.C. area.
Tremblay, a father himself, has written a letter of apology to the two boys he tripped, one of whom broke his wrist. That's not enough, according to the manager of the other team.
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In Richmond court Tuesday, [Tremblay's lawyer Bob] Bellows delivered a letter of apology Tremblay wrote that will be passed along to the two victims, both of whom played for the opposing Richmond Steel team.
"It's a complete apology. He accepts total responsibility for what occurred and he wishes them well on the ice and off the ice and asks for their forgiveness," Bellows said.
But Steel manager Tammy Hohlweg said the written apology is too