"I think [Gary Bettman] needs a new job, that he needs to retire. I don't think he has empathy for kids, or even young adults. And if he needs more information, I've got a whole folder of it right here for him he can read."
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman drew a lot of criticism for taking a "We have to move forward the best we can" approach at a virtual press conference Monday while defending Kevin Cheveldayoff, Blackhawks' ownership, and the league's minimal fine for that organization.
TSN's Rick Westhead uncovered a 2018 police report from a former Miami University hockey player, alleging sexual assault from then-video coach Brad Aldrich in 2012. That was two years after Aldrich left the Blackhawks.
While the NHL has unveiled a proposed return format, a return to games won't be happening until at least the middle of July, and there's still a lot to be determined on both the safety and economic fronts in the days ahead.