Hockey

Roy, rival coach fined for shouting match

Hockey legend and current Quebec Remparts coach Patrick Roy is in the middle of another junior hockey brouhaha with members of the Chicoutimi Sagueneens.

Hockey legend and Quebec Remparts coach Patrick Roy is in the middle of another junior hockey brouhaha with members of the Chicoutimi Sagueneens.

Roy and Sagueneens' coach Richard Martel were each fined $2,000 by the Quebec Junior Hockey League on Tuesday, two days after theyengaged in ananimated shouting match from their respective benches during a game.

Two Remparts players, Brent Aubin and Ruslan Bashkirov, were also fined and suspended for making obscene gestures at the crowd in Chicoutimi.

Sagueneenswon the game — which was called with only seconds left in the third period — 5-3.

Sunday's shouting match wasn't the firstincident between the two squads. Earlier this season, a Chicoutimi team official filed a police complaint alleging Roy shoved him after a game.

The complaint was later withdrawn.

The Remparts and the Sagueneens meet again this Friday in Quebec City.

With files from the Canadian Press

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