Kyle Beach is a Canadian professional ice hockey player. As of 2021, he is under contract with Black Dragons Erfurt in the Oberliga. Beach played junior hockey for the Everett Silvertips of the Western Hockey League.
Beach was selected by the Chicago Blackhawks in the first round of the 2008 NHL Entry Draft.
Kyle Beach: Story, What happened, Net Worth, Bio, News
In 2006, Beach got named the Rookie of the year in the Western hockey league (junior league.) He used to play for the Everett Silver Tips. He faced many issues while playing for them. Due to his combative style of play, he got many injuries. Playing on the ice is not a joke, and Kyle’s head injuries are proof of it. He suffered from a Concussion and Sports hernia. His brain injury would have led him to trouble if he had not changed his style.
After getting awarded the player of the year 2006-07, Kyle Beach got picked in the entry draft for NHL. National Hockey League is a league for professional ice hockey players. Chicago Blackhawks drafted him in 2008.
But they did not pick him due to his disciplinary issues. Kyle made his professional debut with Rockford Icehogs (AHL.) The reason he could not play with the Blackhawks is now what we are going to discuss! One of the members almost destroyed his career.
In a televised interview Wednesday night, Kyle Beach revealed himself as the previously anonymous John Doe who filed a lawsuit in May against the team. According to his allegations, Kyle Beach had complained to team leaders back in 2010 that video coach Brad Aldrich sexually assaulted him.
Upper management of the Blackhawks ignored his complaints until after the team won the Stanley Cup that season.
Kyle Beach net worth is estimated at around $4 million. His salary is around $600,000 and his main source of income is from his career as an ice hockey player. Kyle successful career has earned him some luxurious lifestyles and some fancy cars. He is one of the influential ice hockey players in Canada.
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His younger brother is NHL referee Cody Beach, who was born August 8, 1992. Cody was drafted by the St. Louis Blues in the 5th round of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft, and played as a prospect of the Blues in the American Hockey League with the Chicago Wolves.
His cousin is Rich Harden, a former Major League Baseball pitcher. As a child, his favorite player was Jarome Iginla.
When former Chicago Blackhawks player Kyle Beach went public with allegations that he had been sexually abused by an assistant coach in 2010, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said that he could tell the 31-year-old former NHLer was still in pain.
Bettman, who was speaking publicly for the first time on Nov. 1, was commissioner at the time of the alleged sexual abuse by then-Blackhawks assistant coach Brad Aldrich in 2010. Beach had reported the incident to team officials, many of whom were aware and have since stepped down from their various positions around the league with different organizations.