It looks like Penguins prospect Keven Veilleux has some explaining to do:
Winger Keven Veilleux has been suspended indefinitely by the ECHL's Wheeling Nailers for allegedly using a racial slur during a game against South Carolina on Sunday afternoon.
Veilleux is accused of using the slur during an altercation with South Carolina defenseman Scooter Vaughan, who is black. Veilleux and Vaughan fought two times during the game.
Nobody knows what Veilleux said, but apparently it was pretty bad. So bad, in fact, that the ECHL is conducting an official investigation, and Veilleux has been asked to offer a public apology:
(Nailers alternate governor Tim) Roberts said he spoke with Vaughan, who played 20 games with Wheeling last year and was with the team during training camp. Vaughan said ''It's not the first time and it won't be the last, but it was the worst,'' according to Roberts.
It's a horrible story, and Veilleux's going to hav...