Islanders Sebastian Aho captured for drunk driving Sweden

Feb 24, 2022; San Jose, California, USA; New York Islanders defenseman Sebastian Aho (25) skates with the puck during the second period against the San Jose Sharks at SAP Center at San Jose. Mandatory Credit: Darren Yamashita-USA TODAY Sports

The Post has affirmed that Islanders defenseman Sebastian Aho was as of late captured in Sweden for smashed driving and his driver’s permit was suspended.

The episode, which was first announced by Swedish outlet Noran, happened at 10:30 a.m. on 13 August. Aho and his significant other had gone to visit companions the prior night. He blew a .03, which was the most noteworthy in the U.S. in would be under the legitimate furthest reaches of .08, however surpasses the constraint of .02 in Sweden.

“He had no clue he would in any case surpass the breaking point until the following morning and felt 100%, however sadly he committed an error and is exceptionally grieved!” Ego’s representative Claude Lemieux told The Post by means of message.

Islanders senior supervisor Lou Lamorillo affirmed the answering to The Post in an assertion.

“We were promptly made mindful of the circumstance in regards to Sebastian Aho,” Lamoriello said. “We have a duplicate of the police report which shows that he recorded a blood liquor content of 0.03, which is .01 a larger number of than Sweden’s legitimate constraint of .02. Sebastian apologizes for his mix-up and as an association We will work with them to ensure this doesn’t repeat.

Aho was purportedly on vacation in Sundsvall, an unassuming community in the Baltic Sea, and was halted at a station.

Aho told Noran, “I’m profoundly heartbroken and gain from this misstep and won’t ever drive from this point forward the following day.”

The 26-year-old, coming into the season as a likely seventh protector for the Islanders, has battled to break a normal setup since showing up in North America in 2017.

Aho was a gathering six unlimited free specialist, re-marking with the Islanders this offseason on a two-year bargain at a typical yearly cost of $825,000. While instructional course starts one month from now, he will contend with Robin Salo for a spot to one side of the third safeguard pair.

Aho played 36 games for Isles last season, scoring two objectives with 10 helps.

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