Stan Bowman addresses Blackhawks sexual assault scandal
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Former Chicago Blackhawks general manager Stan Bowman addressed sexual assault scandal in a statement. Read his full statement on the scandal here.
Stan Bowman addresses Blackhawks sexual assault scandal originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

On Tuesday, the findings of an independent investigation into sexual assault allegations from the Chicago Blackhawks' 2010 Stanley Cup run were released.

After the findings were released, CEO Danny Wirtz announced president of hockey operations and general manager Stan Bowman "stepped aside" from the organization and senior vice president of hockey operations Al MacIsaac was relieved of his duties.

One of the key details from the investigation was a meeting between senior management within the Blackhawks organization regarding the report of sexual assault by Bradley Aldrich and the group not acting for three weeks, after the team won and celebrated the Stanley Cup.

Bowman released a statement, via the team, and you can read the statement in its entirety below:

"Since joining the Blackhawks in 2000, I have been extremely grateful for the opportunities presented to me and proud of our accomplishments. This organization,…
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