NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman apologizes to former Blackhawks player Kyle Beach

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NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman on Monday publicly apologized to former Chicago Blackhawks player Kyle Beach after an investigation by the league, headed up by the law firm Jenner & Block, found that Blackhawks management ignored allegations of sexual assault by Beach against ex-Blackhawks video coach Brad Aldrich in 2010.

Bettman also explained on Monday that current Winnipeg Jets GM Kevin Cheveldayoff was absolved of any wrongdoing following an investigation by the league into the 2010 Beach sex assault allegations against then-Blackhawks video coach Gary Aldrich because “he didn’t know and he didn’t have access to the information,” Bettman said.

The NHL investigation done by the law firm Jenner & Block found Beach’s allegations were largely ignored by the team.

Cheveldayoff was the assistant general manager of the Blackhawks at the time when Beach alleged then-video coach Aldrich sexually assaulted him.

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