Brad Aldrich, who grew up watching the Sharks, is Team USA’s video coordinator, a position he also holds as a member of the Chicago Blackhawks’ coaching staff.
Being the former video coach of the Blackhawks, he has been in the limelight due to the allegations claims in 2010.
A Look at What Happened After the Blackhawks’ Assault Report
The Chicago Blackhawks have been the subject of an independent investigation into allegations that a then-assistant coach s*xually assaulted two players in 2010 – a topic TSN Senior Correspondent Rick Westhead has been following closely.
May 13 – A former Chicago Blackhawks player, who was a member of the squad that won the Stanley Cup in 2010, has filed a lawsuit accusing the team of ignoring complaints that a Blackhawks coach s*xually harassed him and a teammate.
June 1 – A former high school hockey player is suing the NHL organization for allegedly providing a positive employment reference to a former Chicago Blackhawks coach while knowing he was a s*xual predator:
According to a source acquainted with the situation, during the 2010 playoffs, Blackhawks management allegedly failed to file a police report when two players claimed a video coach with the franchise s*xually abused them.
23rd of June -According to a former team marketing official, the alleged s*xual assault of two former Chicago Blackhawks players was “an open secret” among staff both inside and outside the team’s hockey department.
June 25 – A lawyer for a former Blackhawks player who claims he and another teammate were s*xually molested by the NHL team’s former video coach has asked a judge to require the team to turn over all information related to the allegations.
June 26 – A former Chicago Blackhawks associate coach has confirmed that the team’s management discussed the alleged s*xual assault of two Blackhawks players during the 2010 NHL playoffs.
A lawyer for a former Chicago Blackhawks player has petitioned the United States Center for SafeSport to investigate GM Stan Bowman of the Blackhawks and the United States Olympic team for allegedly covering up the s*xual assault of two former Blackhawks players.
Oct. 26: The Blackhawks conduct a press conference to discuss the findings of an investigation into allegations of abuse and to announce that general manager and president Stan Bowman have resigned. The report, which CEO Danny Wirtz described as “disturbing and unpleasant to read,” has been given to the NHL and is available on its website. Wirtz names Kyle Davidson as interim general manager and no member of the team’s senior management from 2010 will remain with the club.
26th of October – Stan Bowman has stepped down as the general manager of USA Hockey’s entry in the Beijing Winter Olympics, only hours after stepping down as president and general manager of the Chicago Blackhawks.
How old is Brad Aldrich? Early life
Bradley Aldrich’s age is currently 39 years old. Brad Alrich is part of four family members. The Aldrich family lends a hand to the men’s hockey team in the United States. In his family, he has a father named Mike Aldrich, a mother, and a brother. For Team USA, father, and son pair up.
He was hired by the Blackhawks when he was 25 years old. Before joining the Blackhawks, Aldrich served as a coordinator of hockey operations and as a video coach at the University of Notre Dame.
Brad Aldrich career in Blackhawks
Aldrich joined the Blackhawks in July 2008 and served as the video coach for the team’s Stanley Cup run in 2010. That summer, He left the organization to work and volunteer for USA Hockey, the University of Notre Dame, Miami University (Ohio), and Houghton High School.
How much is Brad Aldrich Net worth?
Bradley’s net worth is currently being assessed. He has coached for a variety of teams and universities. His remuneration is also unknown.
Who is Brad Aldrich’s wife? Is he even married?
Details about Brad Aldrich’s marriage have remained a mystery. The former video coach, on the other hand, has kept his marital status a secret. However, reports claim that he is married. He has never mentioned her in interviews or on social media. He is also not active on social media, which supports his marital status.