Akim Aliu, the previous NHLer whose allegation towards Invoice Peters served as a catalyst for the previous Calgary Flames head coach’s resignation, met with the NHL on Tuesday to debate the state of affairs after the league provided him an invite to take action, as reported by TSN’s Frank Seravalli.
In accordance with TSN’s Matthew Scianitti, the assembly went effectively for Aliu’s social gathering.
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“I need to thank everybody for his or her assist, it clearly means so much to me,” Aliu reportedly stated through Scianitti’s Twitter on Tuesday. “It has been a tough week however we had some nice discussions with Gary (Bettman) and Invoice (Daly). They could not have been kinder and (extra) receptive to the message we’re attempting to convey. I feel there’s some large change coming. It is lengthy overdue and I am excited to see it come to fruition.”
The precise assembly agenda shouldn’t be public data, however securing an viewers with the NHL commissioner and the league’s chief authorized officer to debate this subject is a step in the appropriate course for the combat in opposition to verbal abuse in hockey’s greatest league.