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Jonathan Toews Delivers Indirect Indictment of Stan Bowman

In Jonathan Toews’ return to the lineup after an 11-game absence, the Blackhawks captured a 4-3 overtime victory over the Oilers. It’s been a busy month-plus for the Hawks since Toews last laced up the skates. Most recently, the team hired Kyle Davidson as its new general manager. Following Thursday night’s win, Toews spoke for the first time on Davidson. And in the process, he delivered some apparent criticism of Chicago’s former GM, Stan Bowman.

Chicago Blackhawks: 3 perfect replacements for Stan Bowman

The Chicago Blackhawks are in a terribly bad spot right now. They have the sexual assault results out there now which caused many people to be fired not only with the Blackhawks but across the league. To a much less important degree, they are a bad hockey team as well. As a result of the allegations, Stan Bowman was one of many to lose his job, and rightfully so.
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Blackhawks' Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane defend Stan Bowman following Kyle Beach interview

Following the Blackhawks' 3-2 overtime loss to the Leafs on Wednesday night, captain Jonathan Toews and assistant captain Patrick Kane spoke to the media. The pair, who were both on the 2010 Stanley Cup team, addressed not only the independent investigation into the Blackhawks handling of the sexual assault allegations against video coach Brad Aldrich but the disclosure earlier in the evening that Kyle Beach was "John Doe."

The Mincing Rascals 10.27.21: Stan Bowman resigns as GM of the Chicago Blackhawks, the Kyle Rittenhouse trial is coming up, and remaps empowering citizens not the powerful

The Mincing Rascals are John Williams of WGN Radio, Eric Zorn of the Picayune Sentinel, and Lisa Donovan of Chicago Tribune. The Rascals begin the discussion by breaking down the investigation surrounding the Chicago Blackhawks and the sexual assaults that happened in 2010. Then, the Rascals preview what they expect to happen during the Kyle Rittenhouse trial set to take place next week. Next, The Rascals discuss how remapping should empower citizens and not the powerful. And finally, the Rascals preview what one could expect during their live Mincing Rascal taping this Saturday in Downers Grove.

Kyle Beach feels 'relief and vindication' after Blackhawks GM Stan Bowman loses job over sexual assault mishandling

This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. In a courageous and emotional interview with TSN, Kyle Beach said he feels a “great feeling of relief and vindication” after Tuesday’s acknowledgment that the Chicago Blackhawks were responsible for not doing anything after being told that one of their top prospects — a 20-year-old first-round pick — was sexually abused by the team’s video coach.
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Blackhawks GM Stan Bowman Resigns After Brad Aldrich Investigation; CHI Fined $2M

On Tuesday, the law firm Jenner & Block and the Chicago Blackhawks revealed the results of their investigation into 2010 sexual assault allegations made by a former player against then-video coach Brad Aldrich. Blackhawks owner Rocky Wirtz, team CEO Danny Wirtz and Reid Schar, a partner at Jenner & Block...

In 'best interests of USA Hockey,' Stan Bowman steps down as GM of 2022 Olympic men's team after Chicago Blackhawks investigation

Stan Bowman informed USA Hockey Tuesday that he is stepping down as general manager of the 2022 U.S. Olympic men's ice hockey team. The announcement came hours after Bowman "stepped aside" as general manager and president of hockey operations of the Chicago Blackhawks, following an investigation into how the team handled sexual assault allegations against former video coach Brad Aldrich during its 2010 Stanley Cup run.

Stan Bowman addresses Blackhawks sexual assault scandal

On Tuesday, the findings of an independent investigation into sexual assault allegations from the Chicago Blackhawks' 2010 Stanley Cup run were released. After the findings were released, CEO Danny Wirtz announced president of hockey operations and general manager Stan Bowman "stepped aside" from the organization and senior vice president of hockey operations Al MacIsaac was relieved of his duties.