Windsor Spitfires completely deny all accusations put forward by OHL
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08-15-2012, 02:48 PM
Join Date: Jul 2011
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One thing that hasn't really been brought up is the fact that players aren't breaking any rules by taking these improper benefits. The management are the ones that are breaking the rules by making the offers. This bothers me because it leaves no accountability for the players. Even though these are still kids we are talking about, I have to believe they aren't stupid and they know that accepting these offers is wrong on some level. Not having accountability on both sides hurts the integrity of the game. That's why I'd like to see suspensions get handed down to those that accept the improper benefits. Maybe somewhere in the neighborhood of 10 to 15 games if found guilty.
I don't know, maybe that seems a little harsh but to me it is necessary. What do the rest of you think?
How do you penalize players who have already graduated? Also, if you penalize the players what avenue do you have in obtaining evidence....no-one will talk, ever.
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