STOCKHOLM – Italian hockey player from Britain Thomas Larkin In a game last year, he was charged with an assault on the opponent's attack, a Swedish prosecutor said on Thursday.
Larkin hit Daniel Paille On ice, he left the Canadian left concussion.
The prosecutor Joakim Johansson said the incident occurred on November 7, 2007, between Bryland's Swedish club and Adler Mannheim Gavle in Germany. Larkin was playing in the German team.
According to Associated Press's upload page, Paille is a court. In order to get it, they took an emergency room in a ghetto hospital, 170 miles from the north of Stockholm (105 miles).
Two days later, Larking called for pardon on Twitter.
"It was not my intention to have an injury. I made the pressure of the carrier Puck behind the net. I want to apologize. Daniel Paille and I hope to play it again soon, "wrote Larkin.
Johansson said last month that the Supreme Court of Sweden had ruled out that Sweden's hockey was the culprit of an attack on the opponent's opponent, he punished him for punishment.
NHL ice storms have been taken to court in 2004, including Vancouver Canucks Todd Bertuzzi Unfortunately, Steve Moore from Colorado left his neck with his broken hole. Bertiva was convicted of serving as guilty and probationary and community services.
In 2000, Marty McSorley hit the player Canucks Donald Brashear his stick. McSorley condemned an attacking weapon, but received an 18-month-old discharge conditional because he had no prison sentence and no criminal debit.
In Larkin case the date of a trial was not announced.
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