By Garth O'Brien | November 8, 2007
Filed Under Athlete DUI
Milton, Vermont – October 24, 2007. John LeClair is better known for slashing across the ice in an NHL hockey rink scoring goals as a forward. LeClair played for the Montreal Canadiens, the Philadelphia Flyers and the Pittsburgh Penguins. LeClair was a member of the U.S. Olympic hockey team as well.
On October 24, LeClair was stopped by Vermont State Police. Information surrounding the encounter is scarce, but John LeClair will be appearing in court on November 13 for this incident to face a DUI criminal charge.
John is no stranger to DUI. In 1990, he entered a plea of no contest to a Negligent Driving charge which was reduced from a DUI. It may be best that LeClair stick to ice skates instead of driving automobiles.