WHL coach Kevin Constantine suspended indefinitely after investigation into alleged league violations

WHL coach Kevin Constantine suspended indefinitely after investigation into alleged league violations

Wenatchee Wild coach Kevin Constantine was suspended indefinitely by the Western Hockey League on Wednesday after an independent investigation determined he violated the WHL Standard of Conduct policies by making derogatory comments of a discriminatory nature.
Constantine, should he wish to coach again in the WHL, will not be eligible to formally apply for reinstatement before July 2025 and would need approval from the WHL Commissioner.
“The WHL holds our players and staff to a very high standard of conduct at all times,” WHL Commissioner Ron Robison said in a statement. “We have…


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