A Burnaby hockey participant isn’t any stranger to penalties after an alleged skate-kick

A hockey participant who was just lately suspended for allegedly kicking one other participant within the head together with his skate has an extended historical past of fines within the Grownup Secure Hockey League.

Brandon Gee-Moore is listed within the ASHL sport abstract as having obtained a five-minute main for head contact roughing, a five-minute match penalty and a sport ejection with a 10-minute sport misconduct for head contact roughing. Sport between Grizznasty and Hotshots on July 29.

A video of the incident was posted on social media and garnered widespread consideration with US media shops additionally reporting on it.

A outstanding Burnaby Realtor shares the identify Brandon Gee-Moore. Re/Max, the realty agency he works for, declined to remark, citing the police investigation, and wouldn’t verify whether or not they had been the identical individual. The Beacon was unable to confirm that it was Brandon Gee-Moore.

Calls and emails to the realtor had been additionally not returned.

The realtor’s Instagram profile seems to have been taken offline, whereas Google opinions of his service bombed in relation to the July 29 incident.

In keeping with league statistics, Gee-Moore has a complete of 144 penalty minutes in 47 video games performed since his first sport within the league within the 2019/20 winter season, primarily with the Grizznasty group.

The entire is over three minutes per sport. A single minor penalty is normally two minutes within the penalty field.

The information of each participant taking part within the July 29 sport recommend that they’re removed from common.

Gee-Moore’s group, the Grizznasties, performed a complete of 300 video games in all gamers, giving a complete of 379 penalty minutes, or about one minute and 15 seconds per sport.

The Hotshots, against this, had a complete of 1,799 video games performed between all gamers on the ice on July 29, totaling 1,178 penalty minutes. It is just 40 seconds per sport performed.

Between the 2 groups mixed, through the 2,099 video games performed, the gamers on the ice that night time served a complete of 1,557 minutes of penalty time, or about 45 seconds per sport.

Burnaby RCMP instructed the Beacon this week it was investigating the incident, whereas the ASHL mentioned the participant would obtain “supplemental self-discipline” in accordance with their rule e-book.

In keeping with his web site, G-Moore has been suspended indefinitely.

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