Manitoba Moose forward looking to move past Disney World arrest

Posted November 23rd, 2018 by admin and filed in 长沙夜网
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WINNIPEG —; A member of the Manitoba Moose arrested this summer is hoping to put the incident behind him.

Darren Kramer ended up behind bars after he allegedly attacked a police officer in Disney World on June 21. The officer was trying to arrest the 24-year-old forward in connection to a stolen bowling pin display case.

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    According to a police report obtained by Global News, Kramer was tasered before being taken into custody.

    “(Do I have) regret?” said Kramer. “It’s tough to say because I know truly what happened. I know I would never do anything to harm anybody or anything. I’m looking forward to moving on and regaining some momentum in my career.”

    Kramer posted 12 points and 138 penalty minutes in 61 games with the Moose last season. The team signed him to a new contract a week after he was arrested.

    “I’m thankful for the support (general manager Craig Heisinger), the Jets and the Moose showed me,” said Kramer.

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    Entering his second season with the Moose, Kramer isn’t worried his arrest will change what people think of him.

    “People are going to talk,” said Kramer. “I know who I am as a person. I think (Heisinger) knows who I am as a person and my teammates do to. I’m going to come here, go to bat for everybody and go to bat for the fans.”

    The Moose will run training camp sessions at MTS Iceplex until this weekend when they play a pair of pre-season games against the Iowa Wild in North Dakota.

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