Former SPVM officer, hockey coach accused of sexually assaulting boys
Longueuil police believe there could be other victims, and are asking anyone with information to come forward. Lamarre was a hockey coach in the 1970s and 80s in the Greenfield Park area of Longueuil, and also went by the name "Frank." He lived on Springfield and Campbell Streets, and some of the assaults are alleged to have taken place in his home. © Provided by cbc.ca François Lamarre, photographed here in 2010, is accused of assaulting at least four young boys, and Longueuil police believe there could be more victims. Police say other assaults took place in his vehicles and at hockey arenas.
Police say the coach 's collision with an opposing team ' s player was a deliberate hit .
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A mother is speaking out after her daughter was allegedly hit by a hockey coach from an opposing team. The family is looking to press charges against the coach, who Durham police say is also an officer with the force.
The incident was captured on camera during a tournament in Pittsburgh over American Thanksgiving weekend.
The Ayr Rockets Atom B hockey team can be seen in the video shaking hands post-game with their opponents, the Clarington Flames. All of a sudden, one player comes crashing down onto the ice.
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(my response) Somewhere in British Columbia, Canada a youth hockey coach (moving right to left) trips up an opposing player while the teams shake hands
That player was Vanessa Janzen's 10-year-old daughter, Brooklyn, who plays for the Rockets.
"When I discovered what had happened was when I went back to our hotel and we downloaded the video and I watched it. At that time I was extremely upset," Janzen said.
The hockey mom said she didn't believe her daughter until watching the footage. It's alleged an assistant coach on the Flames struck her daughter, causing her to fall.
"There's been a couple things that have maybe been suggested they were upset about the way she was playing the game," Janzen said.
"I don't understand why that justifies a coach taking it upon himself to discipline her by striking her and pushing her to the ground."
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An opposing team ' s volunteer coach allegedly stepped onto the field in Payson City, Utah, and struck a sevent-grade player down -- leading to the The father of six now faces a second-degree felony child abuse charge over the allegation that he hit the seventh grade football player -- a charge that is
Durham police have confirmed the coach in question is an active officer .
"We've been made aware of this video and the professional standards unit is currently investigating it," Dave Selby with DRPS said.
"Obviously, it's a concern for us."
The Ontario Women's Hockey Association told Global News it's also aware of the alleged incident.
"We have been in communication with the Ayr and Clarington Girls Hockey Associations and both have been cooperating," OWHA president Fran Rider said in an e-mail.
"We have no further comment on the allegations that are currently being investigated by the police."
Janzen says Brooklyn has missed some school and is still healing emotionally from the incident.
The family hopes that by pressing charges against the coach, what allegedly happened to her daughter won't happen to anyone else.
"He needs to be dealt with, he needs to be reprimanded and it needs to be brought to the forefront that this stuff happens in hockey and these kids are not always protected," Janzen said.
Durham, Waterloo and Pittsburgh police say they're working together to investigate the situation.
Hockey Canada dumps 'midget hockey' moniker to be more inclusive .
Hockey Canada will introduce new names for age categories next season. Terms like peewee, bantam and midget will be replaced by U13, U15 and U18. At its Winter Congress held in Montreal, Hockey Canada’s membership approved a regulation change proposed by the board of directors to revise the naming of age divisions used in minor hockey across Canada. Michael Brind’Amour, chair of the Hockey Canada Board of Directors said the change is part of an effort to make the sport more inclusive.