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Two former QMJHL players sentenced to 2+ years in prison for disgusting crime


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James Connelly
July 8, 2024  (5:51 PM)
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Two former members of the Victoriaville Tigres, Nicolas Daigle and Massimo Siciliano have been sentenced to 2+ years in prison for a horrible crime.

It has been confirmed today that two former QMJHL players, Nicolas Daigle and Massimo Siciliano have been sentenced to 32 and 30 months of prison time respectively for a disgusting crime they committed in 2021.
Two former Victoriaville Tigres players, Nicolas Daigle and Massimo Siciliano, received penitentiary sentences for [a crime] in 2021 after winning the QMJHL President's Cup. Daigle: 32 months Siciliano: 30 months.

Firm prison for ex-players of the Victoriaville Tigers: Nicolas Daigle and Massimo Siciliano, two ex-hockey players guilty of [serious crimes], do not escape prison. They were sentenced to more than two years of detention.

Daigle and Siciliano both pled guilty to the crimes. The pair will now be locked up till 2027.
Source: La Presse
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