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Former NHL star Bobby Ryan was arrested in Nashville


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July 27, 2022  (12:15)
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Bobby Ryan was drafted 2nd overall back in 2005 by the Anaheim Ducks, where he had a successful career playing for the Ducks, Senators and the Detroit Red Wings.

The 35 year old recently retired from the NHL after finishing his career with the Detroit Red Wings back in 2021. During the end of his career, Ryan was enrolled in the Players Assistance Program for alcohol addiction. We all remember the game when Ryan made his return to the Senators and scored a hat-trick, it was honestly one of the best hockey moments in the last decade and I think I speak for the entire hockey world when I say how proud of him we were.
Unfortunately though, Ryan was arrested in the Nashville airport yesterday for intoxication.
According to reports, Ryan had taken items from an Airport store without paying. This alerted the police who wanted him on camera. Ryan left the stolen items on a counter outside of the store along his way and entered Little Harpeth Brewing, where officers found him seated at the bar ordering a drink.
Nashville Police shared the following information:
He was not compliant with them, was extremely intoxicated, and did not know where he was, the date, or the time, and could not stand on his own. The store declined prosecution on the recovered items, and Ryan was jailed for public intoxication.

Ryan was booked in Metro Nashville Jail and charged with public intoxication. He's has since been released from Police custody.
We at House of Hockey wish Bobby Ryan the best and hope he gets the help he needs. He is one hell of a person, who has went through a lot in life, get well Bobby!
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