Dany Heatley collects $6.5M in lawsuit against former agent

Mark J. Rebilas / USA TODAY Sports

Former NHL all-star winger Dany Heatley has been awarded $6.5 million in a 2012 lawsuit against his former agent and business adviser, according to CTV Calgary.

Heatley sued Stacey McAlpine, as well as McAlpine’s parents, Gerald and Eugina, after they promised high returns on multiple real estate investments that never paid off.

The 36-year-old earned $4,167,839.13 from Presidential Suites Inc. and $2,348,875.53 from Waterfront Developments Inc. in the suit.

Heatley last played in the NHL during a six-game stint with the Anaheim Ducks in 2014-15. Since then, he’s played in the AHL and with the Nuermberg Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers in Germany.

Despite a rocky career path, Heatley put together a strong NHL resume that included back-to-back 50-goal seasons with the Ottawa Senators in 2005-06 and 2006-07. In 869 total games, he racked up 791 points, and captured the 2002 Calder Trophy to go along with a gold medal at the 2010 Olympic Games.

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August 10, 2017

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