Laracque quits post
After just two months on the job, Georges Laraque is quitting as the executive director of the Canadian Hockey League Players’ Association.
This follows allegations that Randy Gumbley, a convicted fraudster, was somehow involved in the union. Laraque says that's not true. But he also thinks that going forward, junior players will be in better hands with one of the many union groups that have approached him to help the CHLPA in recent weeks.
Laraque isn't quitting immediately. He'll stay on until his successor is found.