Former hockey coach Graham James.
Credits: QMI AGENCY
Graham James' history of sexually assaulting young hockey players dates back over 15 years.
January 1997: James convicted of sexually assaulting two teen hockey players, including former NHL player Sheldon Kennedy, and is sentenced to 42 months in prison.
February 1998: While still in prison, James convicted of sexually assaulting a third teen in 1971.
Oct. 14, 2009: Former NHL star Theo Fleury releases autobiography, Playing With Fire, alleging James sexually abused him as a teen.
January 2010: Fleury files criminal complaint against James with Winnipeg police.
April 5, 2010: News of James' pardon three years earlier sparks national outrage, prompts federal overhaul of pardon system.
May 13, 2010: Winnipeg police confirm they are investigating new sexual assault allegations against James.
Oct. 13, 2010: Winnipeg cops charge James with nine new sexual assault-related offences, Canada-wide warrant issued for his arrest.
Oct. 27, 2010: James -- now living and working in Mexico -- arrives in Winnipeg, is arrested and taken into custody.
Dec. 7, 2010: Judge agrees to release James on bail. James remains in custody several days before he is quietly released and moves to Montreal.
Dec. 7, 2011: James pleads guilty to two counts of repeatedly sexually assaulting Fleury and another unidentified victim, later identified as Todd Holt, when they were teens.
March 20, 2012: James sentenced to two years in prison.