Photo Credit: ED MOORE EDSON LEADER/thewhig.com

Source: Jonathon Gatehouse, Andreas Wesley, Ivan Angelovski, Madeline McNair, cbc.ca, March 05, 2021

The player’s unease over the messages were confirmed during the holidays, as Lynch began to text, email and call up to 50 times a day, all of these were unsolicited and unwanted.

The junior hockey player thought it was a little strange when his coach pressured him not to go home for Christmas. Although the player chalked it up to concerns about COVID-19 and being off the ice for too long, he soon came to believe there was another reason.

In the two months he had been playing for Bernie Lynch in the small northwestern Ontario town of Fort Frances, the player’s opinion of him had changed.

Read the full article here…

For the latest information and for more updates on everything Kindersley ‘Like’ the Kindersley Social Facebook page below…