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Former NHLer is Going to Prison


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Julien Trekker
July 11, 2023  (2:46 PM)
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Gagne's Troubled Journey

Gabriel Gagne was a promising young player in the NHL who had a lot of potential. People believed he would achieve great things, but unfortunately, he never reached the level of success that was expected of him. He reached his peak in the AHL instead.
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His downfall began when he started performing poorly on the ice and exhibiting questionable behavior off the ice.
The events of the 2020-21 season ultimately led to his retirement from professional hockey. During this time, accusations of sexual assault started to emerge.

From the Ice Rink to the Courtroom

Gagne has now transitioned from the ice rink to the courtroom. Instead of playing hockey, he finds himself facing legal consequences. He has admitted to charges of harassment and making death threats, which could result in a prison sentence of six months. These charges stem from a series of disputes with his ex-girlfriend over the span of three years.
According to court documents, there is evidence indicating that Gagne sent threatening messages to his ex-girlfriend. In one text, he menacingly stated, "I'm going to kick the s--t out of you." He even went as far as creating fake accounts to continue harassing her, despite her attempts to block him.
In addition to the harassment and threat charges, Gagne also faces more serious allegations of sexual assault from two separate incidents. These cases are still pending, and if he is found guilty, his time behind bars could be significantly extended.
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