5:22 AM EDT, Sat August 29, 2015
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Details on Brian McCloskey's diversion agreement, and questions about support systems for female athletes

When the Boston Blades hired Brian McCloskey as their new head coach, they inherited a long resume of women's hockey coaching.  McCloskey served at University of New Hampshire for many years.  I didn't think too much of the gap in his resume between 2013 and 2015, but I did notice it.  I was busy, in the middle of getting a new job and moving to a new city.  But then I Googled him.  And Krista Patronick, the new Blades' general manager, reached out to me about the assault charges from in 2013.  These weren't assault charges from his private life, though, as I clarified at the time...

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