Man gets arrested selling drugs with an ex- Boston Bruins Player Kevin Stevens
In the world of hockey a crime was caught in action. A man from Massachusetts was arrested for trying to sell drugs with a former Boston Bruins player. The drugs they were trying to sell were pain killers. In no time, the man Christopher Alonardo was sentenced to more than a year in federal prison for this scheme. The NHL player is named Kevin Stevens who played for the Boston Bruin and was sentenced this month with three years probation.
His lawyer stated that Stevens had been using oxycodone which was given to him in 1993 after a bad injury on the ice. Stevens’s lawyer also said Stevens had been addicted to drugs for a long time. With all of this being said, hopefully these two learn that you will eventually get caught in a scheme that is illegal.
Stevens played for the Boston Bruins during the 1995-96 season, he is primarily known as a member of the Pittsburgh Penguins and has two Stanley Cup championships on his resume. In his 17-year career Stevens played in 874 games, with 726 career points. From the 1991-92 season to the 1992-93 season he was a top NHL goal scorer with 54 goals and 55 goals respectively and in 91 he amassed 123 points in 80 games played for the Penguins.
For the Bruins in the 95-96 season, Stevens played in 41 games recording 10 goals and 12 assists before being traded to the Los Angeles Kings.