2 players corroborate Aliu's expanded account of Peters using slur
Warning: Story contains offensive language Akim Aliu went into further detail about the racial slur he says Bill Peters directed toward him 10 years ago. On Monday, Aliu accused the Calgary Flames head coach of hurling the N-word at him multiple times due to the player's choice of music while with the AHL's Rockford IceHogs in 2009-10. The former NHLer elaborated to TSN's Frank Seravalli. "He walked in before a morning pregame skate and said, 'Hey Akim, I'm sick of you playing that n----- shit,'" Aliu said. "He said, 'I'm sick of hearing this n-----s f------ other n-----s in the ass stuff.'"He then walked out like nothing ever happened," Aliu continued.
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Formerowner Peter Karmanos said he would have fired Bill Peters "in a nanosecond" if he'd been made aware of allegations of physical abuse by the head coach, Karmanos told .
Peters, now the head coach of the, was of kicking former Hurricanes defenseman Michal Jordan and punching another player in the head on the bench during his tenure in Carolina. The abuse accusations surfaced after former NHL defenseman Akim Aliu Peters directed racial slurs at him during their time together in the AHL 10 years ago.
Peters will not coach Flames against Sabres
BUFFALO, N.Y. — The latest on allegations that current Calgary Flames coach Bill Peters made racist comments a decade ago (all times local): 8:40 p.m. Calgary Flames general manager Brad Treliving says coach Bill Peters will not coach the team Wednesday night against the Buffalo Sabres. Associate coach Geoff Ward, who oversaw practice on Tuesday, will handle the coaching duties. Treliving had no other updates as the investigation continues into the allegation Peters directed racial slurs toward Akim Aliu when he and the Nigerian-born player were in the minors a decade ago.___1:15 p.m.
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On Wednesday, current Carolina coach and former Peters assistant Rod Brind'Amourthe physical abuse "for sure happened."
The Hurricanes' leadership group and other staff members made then-general Ron Francis aware of Peters' actions, but Karmanos said Francis never told him. Karmanos sold the team in 2017, while Peters retained his position until he left for the Flames in April 2018.
"I'm pretty upset," Karmanos said. "And I have my calls in to Ronnie as well. I think he's the one who's going to have to tell people what he did when he found out the coach had done these things."
Francis was let go as Carolina's general manager in April 2018 and was hired for the same position with Seattle's expansion franchise this past July. He has not yet commented on the situation.
"Look, I'm probably upset as anybody could be," Karmanos said. "I take pride in our organizations. I've always taken pride in playing the game the right way and all of that stuff. So I'm fed up."
Peters was not behind the Flames' bench for their contest in Buffalo on Wednesday while the team investigates the allegations.
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Ron Francis explains handling of Bill Peters situation as Hurricanes GM .
Former Carolina Hurricanes GM Ron Francis spoke for the first time about the physical abuse allegations against Bill Peters when he served as head coach of the team. The post Kawhi thought fans ‘were great’ to cheer for him in return to Toronto appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.In an interview with The Seattle Times’ Geoff Baker, Francis, who is currently the GM of the NHL’s Seattle expansion franchise, explained why Peters was given a contract extension in 2016 even though management had earlier been made aware of physical incidents between two players and Peters during a game.