Sports Ex-NHL Player Donald Brashear Spotted Working at Quebec City Tim Hortons
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Donald Brashear, a former player for the Montreal Canadiens, is reportedly working at a Quebec City Tim Hortons outlet.
are reporting that Brashear is serving coffee at a location of the chain on Bouvier Street, just north of the Vanier neighbourhood. Brashear earned over $15 million in the course of his career, having played 19 seasons in the National Hockey League with the Habs, the Philadelphia Flyers, the Washington Capitals, and the Vancouver Canucks (his longest stint, from 1996 to 2002).
In another NHL connection, the Tim Hortons location is owned by another former Habs player, Pierre Sévigny, who was on that team in the early to mid-90s.that he had employed 47-year-old Brashear at the coffee chain. While Le Journal suggested that Sévigny employed the former enforcer due to in the fast food industry (particularly around Quebec City), no confirmation of that theory has been provided.
Deaf Ontario Woman Denied Service By Tim Hortons Drive-Thru Worker (VIDEO)
Tim Hortons claims that they'll be updating accessibility training in response to the incident.Morales told CTV News that she showed the drive-thru cashier the order she'd typed up on her iPhone, which the employee reluctantly put through. However, Morales claims that the restaurant left out some of the items that she paid for. The problems started when Morales went back through the drive-thru to find out about the missing items.
Brashear’s final season in the NHL was back in 2010, and in the yeas since, he has been in the news on a few occasions. Brashear founded a property company named Brash87, although, with some $2 million in debt. Last month, Brashear also faced a Quebec City court over .
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