Shop Fantasy Central Golf Guide Email Travel Subscribe SI About Us Hockey Almanac Fantasy Minors College Juniors

 
  U.S. SPORTS
  hockey
scores
schedules
standings
stats
matchups
injuries
transactions
players
teams
scoreboards
baseball S
pro football S
col. football S
pro basketball S
m. college bb S
w. college bb S
golf plus S
tennis S
soccer S
motor sports
olympic sports
women's sports
more sports
 WORLD SPORT

EVENTS
 Sportsman of the Year
 Heisman Trophy
 Swimsuit 2001

CENTERS
 Fantasy Central
 Inside Game
 Multimedia Central
 Statitudes
 Your Turn
 Message Boards
 Email Newsletters
 Golf Guide
 Cities
 Work in Sports

CNNSI.com GROUP
 Sports Illustrated
 Life of Reilly
 Television
 SI Women
 SI for Kids
 Press Room
 TBS/TNT Sports
 CNN Languages

COMMERCE
 SI Customer Service
 SI Media Kits
 Get into College
 Sports Memorabilia
 TeamStore

McSorley charged

React: Should police get involved in sporting events?

Click here for more on this story

Posted: Tuesday March 07, 2000 06:56 PM

Marty McSorley of the Boston Bruins will be charged with assault for his brutal stick attack last month on Donald Brashear of the Vancouver Canucks, authorities said. McSorley, an admitted "tough guy" who has been suspended an NHL-record 23 games, will face one count of assault with a weapon, a spokesman for the British Columbia criminal justice branch said Tuesday.

What do you think. Should the law get involved in sporting events?

Enter your thoughts below and we'll post some of the most interesting responses in the coming days.

Your Name:

Your E-mail Address:

Your Hometown:

Make Your Case:


 
Related information
Multimedia
Visit Multimedia Central for the latest audio and video
Search our site Watch CNN/SI 24 hours a day

Sports Illustrated and CNN have combined to form a 24 hour sports news and information channel. To receive CNN/SI at your home call your cable operator or DirecTV.


CNNSI Copyright © 2000
CNN/Sports Illustrated
An AOL Time Warner Company.
All Rights Reserved.

Terms under which this service is provided to you.
Read our privacy guidelines.