In breaking news, Hockey Canada has made its ruling on the 2018 World Junior team case.
Hockey Canada Reaches A Decision on Sanctions Regarding Allegations Involving 2018 World Juniors Team
Hockey Canada has announced today that the 3-member panel has reached a conclusion for sanctions regarding the allegations involving the players of the 2018 Canada World Juniors Team. The details and results of the report are not available, however, as the findings have been appealed in accordance with Hockey Canada's procedures.
New: Hockey Canada says a three-member panel has reached a decision on sanctions regarding allegations involving members of the 2018 World Juniors team.
The panel was provided with Henein Hutchison Robitaille LLP's investigative findings.
The panel's decision is now being appealed. (Hockey Canada declined to say who is hearing the appeal.)
Hockey Canada says it consulted with London, Ont., police to ensure announcing the development would not affect their criminal investigation.
All players from the 2018 World Junior team remained suspended by Hockey Canada as the appeal process gets underway.
Hockey Canada says the results of an adjudicative panel tasked with "determining whether certain members of the 2018 National Junior Team breached Hockey Canada's code of conduct" are under appeal.
All players from the 2018 World Junior team remain suspended by Hockey Canada.
The appeal process is anticipated to begin in the near future, according to Hockey Canada.
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