Stars owner Tom Gaglardi fined for damaging fish habitat in British Columbia
Tom Gaglardi, owner of the Dallas Stars and the Kamloops Blazers in the Western Hockey League, has been fined, but not by the National Hockey League.
Dallas Stars owner Tom Gaglardi was fined $140,000 on Friday for polluting a lake during renovations on his Kamloops vacation property.
Gaglardi was found guilty on two counts of harmful alteration of a fish habitat for work done in 2010.
Gaglardi also owns the Western Hockey League’s Kamloops Blazers and heads Northland Properties, which was convicted on the same charges. His father, Robert Gaglardi, was found not guilty.
Gaglardi and Northland Properties were both convicted in August, according to The Canadian Press.