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An independent investigation into Kyle Beach’s NHL allegations will be published

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CHICAGO (CBS) – An independent investigation into how the NHL Players’ Association handled Kyle Beach’s allegations of sexual assault against former Blackhawks video coach will be released to the public.

This was confirmed to “Sportsnet” on Thursday by a spokesman for the union.

The beach turned out in late October that he was the “John Doe” who claimed Aldrich sexually abused him during the 2010 season, which won the Stanley Blackhawks Cup.

It came two days after Blackhawks President of Hockey Operations and General Manager Stan Bowman announced that he had “stepped aside”, after an independent investigation, it was found that he and other team leaders were unable to promptly investigate Beach’s claims.

Former Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenville Shortly afterwards, he resigned as head coach of the Florida Panthers.

Beach was selected by the Blackhawks in the first round of the draft in 2008 and was called up as a “black ace” during the team’s 2010 championship in the Stanley Cup as a potential reserve for a regular team member if needed during the playoffs.

The Beach has reached a confidential settlement from the Chicago Blackhawks in December 2021.

Eighteen of the 32 NHL players voted to publish the report.

The investigation is expected to take place on Friday morning.

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