Call him up to the NHL for one game - against Vegas or the SharksAt this point, I don't care about this kid and whether he does / doesn't have an NHL career. In an ideal world, I'd want him to be forced to face the victim of his abuse and muster an actual, honest-to-goodness apology for the hell he's put this kid through. I'd also want him to be forced to spend time with victims of bullying and similar abuse to drive home how destructive to one's psyche bullying behavior can be. That, along with years of volunteer work, is the only thing that would convince me this isn't just another jock shithead using his status as a hotshot prospect to walk over whomever he wants.
Having said that - based on the reports of Miller tauntingly rollerblading by the kid's house even after the court case, and the lack of remorse observed by adults around him, I would be none too disappointed if he were to have his UND scholarship revoked and eventually get Matt Cooke'd in whatever league he washes up in.
He's a mediocre prospect (third round projection), so the odds of him making the NHL and being more than a JAG are pretty low.I hope this closes the door for good for him, but I'm afraid this will surface again in 2-4 years, if he's any good, and someone else tries to sign him.
I randomly received sticks signed by Seguin and Pavelski in the mail from the Dallas Stars Foundation that I'd be happy to give them.I hope they follow up with the Meyer-Crothers family. Something to help Isaiah with his schooling or his daily living needs. If they are hockey fans, some tickets and signed gear would be a nice addition.
And the US National Team. As of a few days ago, he was still on their invitation list for the WJC camps. I have no idea if he's good enough to play for them, but he obviously shouldn't. Of course, this is the same organization that hired John Vanbiesbrouk, so...wonder if UND follows suit...
Very disappointed. When’s his tee time with Jack Nicklaus?
This is who he is, and it's been known for a long time.
I am just heartbroken. Almost to the point of tears about this one.
UND also kicked him off the team.
I know, I know, but Bobby has always been kind and outgoing and I hoped otherwise. I don't want to think about my other sports heroes nowI mean, if you're not expecting older, rich white guys to support Trump (silently or vocally) at this point, I don't know what to tell you
Good. That kid needs a long look in the mirror. We can only hope that he learns from this and does something productive with it.UND also kicked him off the team.
Bobby Orr pushed a piece of rubber with a stick for his profession. Nuff said.
I disagee with this. I have friends of friends who have a disabled son. Bobby Orr has gone and done amazing things for this family including paying for this kid's education. I don't know why this election is driving people so crazy. Unlike other Trumpets, I truly believe Orr has a good heart.This is who he is, and it's been known for a long time.
He was a great skater, and one of the best of all time. That doesn't make him a good person.