No thanks, I'd rather wait to make my judgment. I'm not so blind and arrogant as to assume that because I don't see something, it isn't there.
Blind and arrogance has nothing to do with it. A lot of people have committed a lot of time, energy, and of course $, to compete on that hockey team and he sabbotaged and betrayed them.
No it's not the end of the world, but that doesn't make it any less wrong.
It's one thiing to have a vendetta against a coach, but it's absolutely wrong to betray the entire team.
If he has a beef with a coach, man up and talk to the coach, or sucker punch the coach in the back of the head or slice his tires, or whatever cowardly way he wants to do it, but nothing justifys screwing your teammates and their parents in a game like that.
Hopefully the kid will regret this, and be very embarrassed about doing it, and will learn to deal with authority in a more constructive way. Otherwise, this will not be the last we hear of him.
Ok, Ok, if you were waiting to hear that the entire team locked him in his locker everyday and pee'd on him, then maybe I can see your point...but 99.99% of the time it's only one douchebag, not an entire team of douchebags.