Ex-Boston Bruins Coach Mike Milbury Charged With Assaulting A Child

Mike Milbury, who serves as an NHL analyst for several networks, has been charged with assault and battery on a child, according to multiple reports. Millbury, 59, allegedly verbally and physically attacked a 12-year-old boy during a pee-wee hockey game in Brookline last week.

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Police today said they have charged Milbury with assault and battery on a child, threats to commit a crime and disorderly conduct in connection with his alleged verbal and physical attack on a 12-year-old boy during a pee-wee exhibition hockey game last Friday night at the town-owned Larz Andersen Rink in Brookline. (via Boston Herald)

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Millbury served as the coach of the Bruins for two seasons from 1989-1991. In the 1989-90 season, Millbury guided the Bruins to a 46-25-9 record and a 13-8-0 record in the postseason. The Bruins won the Prince Of Wales Conference Champions but lost to the Edmonton Oilers in the Stanley Cup Final. The next season, Millbury led the Bruins to a 44-24-12 record.

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