Detroit Red Wings seventh round pick of the 2015 NHL Entry Draft Adam Marsh is in serious problem. The Charlottetown Islanders forward is facing an impaired driving charge, after he was arrested by Charlottetown Police Services on Nov. 13.
The charges were finally filled last week as the Islanders, of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, announced that the 20-year-old would be away from the team to deal with a “personal matter”.
“The whole organization is fully supportive of Adam while he deals with the issues,” head coach and general manager Jim Hulton said Wednesday. “Everyone wants what's best for Adam, and hopefully something positive can come out an unfortunate moment.”
Marsh is scheduled to appear in court on Dec. 14.
Let's hope for the young player this does not hurt his changes of making the NHL, or impressing the Wings in the future, and that he will learn from this serious mistake...