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Greenberg: If allegations against Blackhawks brass are true, heads must roll

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Did the Blackhawks cover up an alleged sexual assault against a player by former video coach Bradley Aldrich during their run to the 2010 Stanley Cup title?
Did then-president John McDonough, general manager Stan Bowman, hockey executive Al MacIsaac and mental-skills coach James Gary know all about the assault and fail to do any of the right things?
Was knowledge of Aldrich’s nefariousness even more widespread in the organization than that?
If allegations brought in separate lawsuits against the Hawks — one by the former player, another by a former high school student whom Aldrich was convicted in 2013 of assaulting in Michigan — are true, then reputations and careers must fall.
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Steve Greenberg: If allegations against current, former Blackhawks brass are true, then heads must roll
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Blackhawks sexual assault: Amended lawsuits give disturbing details about alleged incident
Blackhawks’ Stan Bowman on sexual-assault investigation: ‘We have to let the process play itself out’
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