Kentville police called to alleged shouting match following hockey game

Kirk Starratt
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There won’t be any charges laid, but police were called to deal with an apparent shouting match following a Feb. 1 hockey game in Kentville.

Sgt. Ron Delorey of the Kentville Police Service said that the police file indicates that some sort of shouting match broke out between parents and coaches from the two opposing teams. He said something apparently happened on the ice leading to the exchange in the hallway following the game.

“There’s nothing for us to follow-up on,” Delorey said, pointing out that there were no assaults reported and no charges laid.

He said the local minor hockey association would be looking into the matter.

It wasn't the only hockey parent related call to law enforcement over the weekend. On the same day in Kingston, around 4 p.m., Kings RCMP were called because there were issues between parents at another hockey game.

Organizations: Kentville Police Service

Geographic location: Kentville

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Recent comments

  • Parents pushing their kids and getting involved
    February 09, 2014 - 10:30

    I think the parents all think their kids are going to be another CROSBY or a Gretsky, and they are pushing an agenda that is absolutely at best immature and rediculous.... "NHL bound by PROXIE".....

  • Duncan Clifton
    February 06, 2014 - 23:17

    Was one of these Spencer's game ?

  • James
    February 05, 2014 - 20:50

    Wow what great examples for their children.