Monday, April 24, 2006

Islanders Owner Pleads Guilty

The NHL is not without ethical problems among their ownership. Some owners make no effort to improve their teams while taking every possible dollar they can in profits. These include Boston and Chicago. Other owners try to extort new rinks from local government, such as Pittsburgh. In the past, some have gone to jail for various transgressions. These include Bruce McNall in Los Angeles and John Rigas in Buffalo. Another name has joined this growing group of dishonor. New York Islanders co-owner Sanjay Kumar, the former CEO of software company Computer Associates has plead guilty in an accounting scandal.

Here is a TSN story on this.

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