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Anaheim Ducks' Clayton Stoner hit with hunting ban for killing grizzly bear

Anaheim Ducks defenseman Clayton Stoner has been banned from hunting for three years and fined $10,000 for killing a grizzly bear on British Columbia’s central coast nearly three years ago. Stoner acknowledged through his lawyer Wednesday that he had breached the provincial Wildlife Act during the hunt in May 2013. Lawyer Marvin Stern said his client mistakenly believed...
Via The Other Paper
January 29, 2016  |  Discuss

Clayton Stoner Receives Hunting Ban, Fine For Illegally Killing Grizzly Bear

ABBOTSFORD, British Columbia — Anaheim Ducks defenseman Clayton Stoner was banned from hunting for three years and fined $10,000 for killing a grizzly bear on British Columbia’s central coast. Stoner acknowledged through his lawyer Wednesday that he had breached the provincial Wildlife Act during the hunt in May 2013. Lawyer Marvin Stern said his client mistakenly believed he...
Via NESN.com
January 28, 2016  |  Discuss

Anaheim's Clayton Stoner banned from hunting for 3 years

ABBOTSFORD, British Columbia (AP) Anaheim Ducks defenseman Clayton Stoner is banned from hunting for three years and must pay $10,000 for killing a grizzly bear on British Columbia's central coast. Stoner acknowledged through his lawyer Wednesday that he had breached the provincial Wildlife Act during the hunt in May 2013. Lawyer Marvin Stern says his client mistakenly believed...
Via Associated Press
January 28, 2016  |  Discuss

Clayton Stoner will enter plea deal for illegally hunting a bear

Anaheim Ducks defenseman Clayton Stoner is facing five separate charges for illegally hunting a grizzly bear in British Columbia back in 2013. Stoner is reportedly eager to close the door on the matter and plans to plead guilty to the charges. As reported by CBC.ca: Prosecutor Jim Cryder told a provincial court judge that he spoke with Stoner’s lawyer, who, along with Stoner...
Via Puck Drunk Love
November 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Will the Ducks, NHL decide to suspend Clayton Stoner?

Protestors have been turning up the heat on the Anaheim Ducks for not handing down punishment on Clayton Stoner.With his trial just a couple weeks away, it's fair to start to wonder if the Ducks, or the National Hockey League, are going to issue any type of punishment.The defenseman is scheduled for a hearing November 13 in conjunction with the unlawful killing a grizzly bear. He...
Via Yardbarker
October 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Animal Rights group protested against Clayton Stoner for killing Grizzly Bear

A group of animal activists were at the Honda Center Monday calling for the suspension of Anaheim Ducks defensemen Clayton Stoner, who killed a well-known B.C. grizzly bear in 2013, and is currently awaiting trial on five separate charges. The event was organized by Judie Mancuso, and she expected 80-100 people to turn up, when reportedly only 20 or so people did. Protestors against...
Via Puck Drunk Love
October 14, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Ducks score controversial goal

By David Rogers Corey Crawford was pretty upset after Clayton Stoner scored in Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals, and he had every reason to be. As he was reaching for the puck, Crawford’s glove was bumped by Jakob Silfverberg. The officials appeared to miss the contact and the goal counted to make it 3-2, though the Blackhawks won 5-2. Plays like these will benefit...
Via Puck Drunk Love
May 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Clayton Stoner signs with Ducks

NHL free agency opened with a furious rush -- 46 signings in the opening 2 1/2 hours of free agency for a record $393 million on Tuesday morning, according to Canadian cable network TSN. The Ducks were responsible for several hellos and goodbyes. Anaheim signed free-agent, 29-year-old defenseman Clayton Stoner, a big physical presence, who spent his entire NHL career with the Minnesota...
Via Fox Sports West
July 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Minnesota Wild: Who should stay next season

With the season over and players beginning recovery from their ailments, (or in Charlie Coyle’s case, a pair of separated shoulders) the process of salary cap crunching has begun for the Minnesota Wild. Big things are expected from the Wild this offseason and it starts with negotiating new contracts for several players. Nino Niederreiter (RFA) Nino Niederreiter had somewhat of...
Via isportsweb.com
May 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Minnesota Wild: 3 ways to beat the Blackhawks

The Minnesota Wild is in an eerily familiar position. After dropping the first two games on the road, the Wild are returning home with their backs against the wall to play a pair of games that are basically must-win. So far in the Central Division championship series, the Blackhawks have hardly had to break a sweat. The defending champs have stomped the Wild by back-to-back three...
Via isportsweb.com
May 05, 2014  |  Discuss
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