One of the accused of Team Canada Junior would be on the verge of resuming his career

One of the accused of Team Canada Junior would be on the verge of resuming his career
One of the accused of Team Canada Junior would be on the verge of resuming his career

Waiting for their trial for gang rape, the hockey players Dillon Dube, Alex Formenton, Carter Hart, Michael McLeod And Cal Foote saw their professional careers put on hold for an indefinite period, while they were tried for the crime committed in 2018 against a young woman from Ontario.

Each of their respective groups announced that they had suspended them indefinitely due to the serious accusations against them.

But today we learned that one of them, the attacker Michael McLeodwould be on the verge of resuming his professional career.

While no North American team would be crazy enough to bring him into their team with this scandal still not resolved, the Hockey News Hub reports that McLeod is currently negotiating with Metallurg Magnitogorsk in the KHL on the terms of a contract.

We know that teams in Russia have much less scruples when it comes to hiring players with a criminal past or who are accused of crimes in North America.

  • Aged 26, Michael McLeod is a 1st round pick (12th overall) in 2016. Last season, he compiled a record of 10 goals and 9 assists for a total of 19 points in 45 games in the NHL.

More details will follow.

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