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Update emerges on Matt Petgrave's future after passing of Adam Johnson


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Tyler Ball
May 14, 2024  (3:43 PM)
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Sheffield Steelers Matt Petgrave skating during a game in the United Kingdom.
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Today a new report out of the United Kingdom has confirmed the immediate future of Matt Petgrave. He was arrested after the unfortunate passing of Adam Johnson earlier this year.

Matt Petgrave of the Sheffield Steelers has been under investigation for an alleged manslaughter charge after his skate cut Nottingham Panthers forward Adam Johnson resulting in his death.
BREAKING: ARREST MADE

A man has been arrested for manslaughter and the death of ice hockey player Adam Johnson.

Many are speculating that the arrested individual is Matt Petgrave, whose skate struck Johnson in the neck during the October 28th game.

Matt Petgrave had been released on bail but then was recently taken back into custody. Now he has been once again released on bail while the investigation continues.
Matt Petgrave, who is under arrest on suspicion of manslaughter to Adam Johnson during a game in the United Kingdom's top flight hockey league, has been re-bailed for the third time, with the extension spanning to June 26th, 2024.

He is still to remain in Nottingham until a trial.


He will now remain on bail for just over a month before going through this process again likely. As of now, his ultimate fate remains clouded. There have not been major updates on the investigation or its eventual end.
If and when updates are given on Matt Petgrave or the investigation into him we will pass that information along to you.
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