Why Calgary Flames Coach Bill Peters No Longer Has A Job!
NHL Coach Bill Peters is out of a job for using the six-letter word that should as well be abolished from dictionary’s and from everyone. Read on…
It’s a six-letter word that shows how another human being can lack humanity while simultaneously ripping yours away.
That’s what it means to use the N-word and that is exactly why Bill Peters no longer has a job. https://t.co/22MJPe6PFS
— Ryan S. Clark (@ryan_s_clark) November 29, 2019
CelebNSports247.com reports that the now-former Calgary Flames coach Bill Peters is out of a job for using a word that doesn’t belong to him.
Bill Peters used the N-word and now he is looking for a new job.
Here is what we’ve learned via Insidehook:
Former Calgary Flames player Akim Aliu spoke out in an interview about his time playing minor league hockey, and about one incident in particular. During the 2009-2010 season, Aliu played for the Rockford IceHogs, the AHL affiliate of the Chicago Blackhawks. His coach was Bill Peters; according to Aliu and several of his former teammates, Peters repeatedly directed racist language at Aliu.
When this week began, Bill Peters was the coach of the Calgary Flames. That’s no longer the case. Peters resigned from the team on Friday, according to SB Nation.
Since the incident, Akim Aliu is trying to increase awareness that this is something that NEEDS to change in the NHL.
As for coach Bill Peters, his resignation seems less like an ending and more like the beginning of something which might change the culture of the league.