B.C. junior hockey team fined and 2 players suspended for alleged hazing

A B.C. junior hockey team has been fined and two players suspended after a league investigation into allegations of hazing.

The Creston Valley Thunder Cats has been fined and placed on two years probation by the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League following a week-long investigation into hazing allegations, the league announced on Monday. The amount of the fine was not disclosed.

The team’s captain, 20-year-old Clayton Brown, is suspended for 12 games for violating the league’s player conduct policy. Alternate captain Campbell McLean, 19, is suspended for six games.

The allegations were reported to the team on Sept. 13, with league officials travelling two days later to conduct interviews with players and coaching staff. The league then suspended team activities, including cancelling an

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