Marc Crawford was not behind the bench as an assistant coach for the Chicago Blackhawks against the St. Louis Blues on Monday because the Blackhawks are investigating allegations that he abused a former player.
It was later that season Avery was traded to the New York Rangers. After an exhausting investigation the "AVERY REVIEW" has concluded that Mark "The Crow" Crawford was a demanding coach who would actually fight for his players and gave Mr. Avery a great opportunity to become a better player and teammate even though he was an unmanageable "Ass".
O'Sullivan's comments came as the Calgary Flames fired coach Bill Peters following accusations of being violent and directing racial slurs toward players.
The recent onslaught of National Hockey League coaches under the limelight for physical or verbal abuse of players continues to accumulate. That coach was Crawford with the Kings in the 2006-07 season.
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The Chicago Blackhawks will be conducting a thorough review of assistant coach Marc Crawford in the wake of allegations regarding his conduct while with the Los Angeles Kings, the team announced Monday.
O'Sullivan added: "I hope they all get what's coming to them and I hope it happens fast". Peters' abuse was traced back to his 2008-2011 tenure as the Blackhawks' AHL coach in Rockford, where he made racist comments to at least one and potentially multiple black players.
Last November, Sopel said on a Spittin' Chiclets podcast that, while playing for Crawford on the Canucks in 1999, Crawford "kicked me, he choked me, he grabbed the back of my jersey and pulled me back".
Bertuzzi claimed in court that Crawford said before the incident that Moore needed to "pay the price" for a previous incident involving Moore and the Canucks, according to ESPN.