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BREAKING: Son of Former Oiler Facing Police Investigation Over a Serious Matter

Published December 13, 2022 at 11:55 PM

Some Oilers fans may be aware of this former player by the name of Shane Corson, he played over 250 games with the organization while surpassing 250 penalty minutes with his gritty play-style.

Corson wanted to keep the hockey mentality in the family with raising his son, Noah, to become one heck of a hockey player himself.


It seems as if Noah's career has came to an early end, if recent reports are true.

Two out of three accused of a horrific matter have plead guilty already, and Noah is the last one to not..

**WARNING** The following information contains s*xual abuse

PuckEmpire on Instagram recently relayed information that CBC and many other news platforms have covered as of late, and it reads as following:

Noah Corson, son of NHL alumnus Shayne Corson, and current ECHL player for the Adirondack Thunder is being charged with s*xually assaulting a girl below the age of 16 while he was playing in the QMJHL.

The documents indicate that the incident happened between October 2016, and January 2017, and involved two other men, one of them being a teammate of Corson's on the Drummondville Voltigeurs.

The allegations towards Corson have not yet been proven.
Radio Canada reported that the alleged victim did not know Corson nor the other Voltigers player before meeting them on the evening of the alleged assault. She had been dating a third young man for a few weeks, Radio Canada reported.

After spending part of the evening in a restaurant, the woman and three men moved to the alleged victim's home where she was allegedly *xually assaulted while one of the defendants recorded a video using his cellphone, Radio Canada reported, adding that the woman later recognized the hockey players when she attended a Voltigeurs game and saw photos of the players on the arena wall.
The two other defendants plead guilty.
Corson, who has 15 points in 20 games this season, has been put on an indefinite leave of absence.

Of course these are ''allegations'', and we can only pray these disturbing reports are false, but with the two others involved pleading guilty it is not a good look..

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