Ice hockey player anchor not conviction for violence on the ice

ice hockey player Kristian Jensen calls the latest time for the "tough months" after voldsepisode on the ice. Ishockeyspilleren Kristian Jensen anchor not v

Ice hockey player anchor not conviction for violence on the ice

ice hockey player Kristian Jensen calls the latest time for the "tough months" after voldsepisode on the ice.

Ishockeyspilleren Kristian Jensen anchor not voldsdommen, as he got 15. november.

he tells This to Frederikshavn White Hawks' website.

- I have decided not to appeal the case. It has been two extremely hard months. I have not really want to go through again.

- I have no desire to go and wait on it. I want to get on with my life and focus on hockey, he says to the White Hawks' website.

Kristian Jensen was sentenced to 20 days imprisonment after he was found guilty of having awarded the Odense Bulldogs' Lucas Bjerre Rasmussen a blow to the head on the ice.

Ishockeyspilleren and his lawyer had 14 days to consider whether the matter should be appealed to the Vestre Landsret.

I went over the line. No doubt about it. But I also think that the case is blown up into something it is not. Of course, I'm sorry it happened, and it was not the intention, says Kristian Jensen on the website.

Director of Elite Nord Frederikshavn, Henrik Andersen, call voldsepisoden too sad. Reverse hills he continued on Kristian Jensen, who he refers to as a "well-liked player", which is usually not violent.

- I will say that he has actually been three judgments. He has got a tough judgment of the disciplinary board, a civildom, but the worst judgment is the people's court shall, who has operated a smear campaign against him. Kristian is punished enough now. We look all forward, says Henrik Andersen.

the Danish ice Hockey Union's disciplinary committee has given Kristian Jensen quarantine forward to 1. december. First time back on the ice is 6. december, where Frederikshavn must meet Herlev.

- I am totally game. It has been two long months where I have trained a lot. I have been looking forward the whole time to come back, says Kristian Jensen.

/ritzau/

Updated Date: 28 November 2019, 08:00

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