It's not what the guy did, it's that the Hawks nor the PA did anything about it when it was brought to them.This guy's already been CONVICTED of doing the very same thing to another kid but yeah.........just more cancel culture I guess.
It's not what the guy did, it's that the Hawks nor the PA did anything about it when it was brought to them.
If these allegations are true, and the mental coach victim shamed the victim, this will blow the roof off the boys club mentality seen in the NHL.
If this could have stopped a child from being sexually assaulted, shame on everyone who turned their heads on it and did their best to cover it up.
It's going to come down to evidence. Idk why the victim isn't suing the PA with this and focusing on the Hawks only....
Well who do you think it was?His guess is as good as mine, but a couple things are kind of funny about his theory: first, Johnsson doesn't have his name on the Cup because there are certain parameters in order to have your name engraved (i.e. a player has to play at least one playoff game -- which Johnnsson didn't -- and/or a certain amount of regular season games played with the team -- which Johnnsson didn't, since he was injured quickly once he arrived in Chicago). I might be slightly off with the exact parameters, but it's something like that. Second was that he was strictly a rental for that playoff year, he was never going to be re-signed by the Hawks. He wasn't "on the playoff roster" because, as the writer says, he never played one game in the playoffs and only 10 games in the reg. I guess what I'm trying to say is, I don't find any of this suspicious with regard to the subject at hand.
WBBM news radio Chicago reporting Daniel Wirtz has appointed a former federal prosecutor to investigate charges