Ryan Munce will never forget his 2002-03 youth season in the Ontario Ice Hockey League, standing in the Sarnia Sting network for 27 regular season games as goalkeeper Robert Gerson.
He remembers that as a 17-year-old, putting the stars at 2.64 targets against the average, three shutouts and 0.916 percentages. He also remembers for a long time what he describes as abuse and shows them against his teammates, older players in the junior team.
In an interview with CBC News on Tuesday, Munce talked about it spanked and beat the keeper with a goalkeeper from his goalkeeper stick Sting dressing room, but a fellow rookie was tied to the table and defeated with belts and other items.
"I thought more about suicide than anything else," he told journalist Ioanna Roumelot on National. "They are meant to be your friends, they are some kind of family members."
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Munce comments follow former former Sting teammate Daniel Carcillo, who last weekend spoke his club experience in the 15-story Twitter Twitter story after recent assaults and assassinations of Toronto's Sunday. Michael College College.
Munce, now 33, said he was indicating some of Carcillo's offenses.
"There were a lot of incidents that were some kind of next level," said Munce.
Other possible incidents:
- A Jewish team member hacked by a teammate, creating Adol Hitler.
- The player is forced to put his penis in RUB A535, muscle and joints in the thermal cream.
Munce said he was delighted that Carcillo came out – it was a sharp contrast to their teenagers when the "hockey community" players needed to be silent.
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"The whole baby thing that started with me," said Munce, who runs the New Age Goaltending, for beginners to improve goalkeepers in Burlington, Onta.
Munce said Sting's teammate went to his dressing and told a six-foot, 150-pound pistol stopper to bend over his knee. He spaned Munce "as a child," and then beat him and other teammates with a sawn paddle.
Hiding behind the sofa
"If you were shaken," he said, "they had to do it again. It was before and after the games."
Munce added that he was defeated by the same band for a youth party because he did not participate in alcohol and spent the rest of the night hiding behind veteran players behind the sofa.
Munce said that he and Carcillo would often discuss abuse at his final homework, splitting one another in front, and later shared his experience with team members of Canada's younger than 18 teams.
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"A constant day of abusive behavior," said Munce, originally developed by the Los Angeles Kings in 2003, but never played in the NHL. He spent two more seasons in Sarnia before embarking on a six-year low-professional race that included 13 games in the American Hockey League before retiring in 2012.
On Monday, Carcillo announced to the Canadian press that Jeff Perry, Sarnia's chief trainer for 2002-2003. In the year, he became aware of the alleged attitude towards them and other new members who were members of their veteran team. Pomeroy refused to Blackburn News Sarnia on Tuesday.
"There are separate locker rooms that we do not monitor," said 47-year-old Perry, who played OHL Guelph and Owen Sound at the end of the 1980's.
"It's no different than having a bus – I know that people think that you are a bus, as you do not know it? When you sit in front of a bus, you have movies available. Unless you were in that situation, you [wouldn’t] understand that they are simple things that you will not know if it's not your focus. "
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The hockey culture has changed, says former Sting coach
OHL said in an e-mail to Blackburn News that it had adopted a zero-tolerance approach to poverty and implemented policies to prevent accidents or intimidation for several years.
Pery, who was relieved by Sting at the end of 2003 and contradicted the participation of asterisks, including Carcillo, said that today's culture has changed.
"It is not right [what allegedly happened in 2002-03] but I think we are so much educated about harassment and bullying in general, "he said. They have done a great job by taking the right steps.
"I have a teenage kid who only got the latest hockey, and I'm grateful he does not have to make the same stories because he did not succeed in these situations."