Picture: Tri-Metropolis People
Kelowna goaltender Jared Biklik was charged after being struck by a truck on March 25, 2023 in Humboldt, Saskatchewan.
A Kelowna hockey participant has been suspended from the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League after being arrested over the weekend.
CTV Information Stories Jared Piklik, a 20-year-old goaltender for the Humboldt Broncos, was charged with refusing to adjust to a breathalyzer check after a pickup truck crashed into a house in Humboldt round 1:25 a.m. Saturday.
RCMP mentioned there have been no accidents within the internet. They proceed to analyze the incident.
The accident occurred simply hours after the Broncos eradicated Nibawin from the SJHL playoffs.
“The league is at the moment investigating these allegations and can take acceptable motion as soon as our investigation is full,” SJHL Commissioner Kyle McIntyre instructed CTV Information in a written assertion.
The Broncos issued an announcement Monday saying they have been conscious of an incident involving one in all their gamers, however didn’t identify Piklik.
“Native officers have the total cooperation of the Broncos and the SJHL. The participant in query has been suspended indefinitely. The group has no additional remark right now,” the staff mentioned.
Picklyk performed for the Okanagan Rockets U16 AAA staff in 2018-2019 and the Okanagan HA U18 Prep staff in 2020-2021. He hung out with the WHL’s Lethbridge Hurricanes and Tri-Metropolis People earlier than becoming a member of the Humboldt Broncos of their playoff run earlier this season. He was named ‘Goalkeeper of the Month’ in February.
Biklik is scheduled to look in courtroom in Humboldt on Could 8.