Windsor Spitfires completely deny all accusations put forward by OHL
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11-29-2012, 12:15 PM
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How can one determine if it was light or heavy given we don't even know what the details around the infractions were in either case?
The Winterhawks issued a statement with a summary of the league’s findings, saying the team was found to have committed the following violations via thestar:
• A player contract signed in 2009, involving flights for the player’s family and a summer training program.
• Over the last five years, seven families were provided flights two-to-four times per season based on financial need and their distance from Portland.
• Twice in the last five years the team paid for two players to each have a one-week summer training regimen.
• The Winterhawks provided a cellphone for their team captain for a period of three seasons.
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