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Topic - Colleen Mcduff
Disgraced junior hockey coach Graham James was sentenced Tuesday to two years in prison for sexually preying on two of his former players.
Former junior hockey coach and convicted sex offender Graham James has pleaded guilty to sexual assaults involving two of his former players, including NHL star Theoren Fleury.
Crown attorney Colleen McDuff argued James violated the trust of his players and was a high risk to offend again.
The agreed statement of facts read out in the Winnipeg courtroom by Crown Colleen McDuff said James's abuse of Fleury started in September 1983 and lasted until August 1985.