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Mr. David C. Frost

Wrong David C. Frost?

Vice President

Local Address: Walnut Creek, California, United States
Coombs-Hopkins Company
5411 Avenida Encinas Suite 250
Carlsbad, California 92008
United States

 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Director
    BCC
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-- and thwarted -- a plot ...
www.insidebayarea.com, 16 April 2012 [cached]
-- and thwarted -- a plot that involved Danton offering $10,000 to a hit-man who was supposed to kill David Frost, who at the time was Danton's agent and was staying at Danton's apartment on the outskirts of St. Louis.
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That split was influenced by Danton's relationship with Frost, a youth hockey coach who eventually became Danton's agent. Frost has a nefarious reputation in Canada. He was tried but not convicted on 12 counts of sexual exploitation regarding his players and others.
It's still not 100 percent clear why Danton wanted to have Frost killed.
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The FBI investigation concluded it was because Frost, in an attempt to keep Danton as a client, had threatened to expose certain elements of Danton's lifestyle that might harm his NHL future.
November 2008
www.minorhockeyfan.com, 1 Nov 2008 [cached]
NAPANEE, Ont. - Former NHL coach David Frost was found not guilty Friday of sexual exploitation following a trial at which his defence argued group sex is common in hockey but that Frost was never involved in such acts with his players.
SBN
www.sportsbusinessnews.com [cached]
10. How did David Frost ever become an NHL Agent I:11. How did David Frost ever become an NHL Agent II :12. How did David Frost ever become an NHL Agent III :
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10. How did David Frost ever become an NHL Agent I
David Frost, the NHL agent whose career has come under scrutiny after one of his players, Mike Danton, was arrested in a murder-for-hire plot in the U.S., was investigated by police in 2001 after a 13-year-old boy complained of sexual assault and threats during a lakeside vacation attended by a few NHL players, the Citizen has learned.
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Mr. Frost has been the target of intense criticism in recent weeks as his relationship with his former players has been revealed.He has been vilified as a Svengali-like presence in the lives of five young players from Brampton, Ont., a relationship that has troubled parents, coaches and hockey officials at many levels of the game.
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In 1996-1997, as coach of the Quinte Hawks, a junior team based in Deseronto, Mr. Frost lived with three of the boys, including Mr. Keefe, in a two-room hotel suite that became known as a place where the players and some local girls would have sex.
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In October, when Mr. Frost criticized Tampa Bay coach John Tortorella for not calling Mr. Keefe up from the minors, Mr. Tortorella responded by calling Mr. Frost "an idiot."
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In October, when Mr. Frost criticized Tampa Bay coach John Tortorella for not calling Mr. Keefe up from the minors, Mr. Tortorella responded by calling Mr. Frost "an idiot."
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Tampa Bay GM Jay Feaster added the best thing for Mr. Keefe's career "is for David Frost to shut up."
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After Mr. Danton was arrested with his girlfriend on April 16 for conspiring with his girlfriend to hire a hitman to kill an unnamed male acquaintance, Mr. Frost's was named in several U.S. reports as the intended target, a fact Mr. Frost denies.
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It ruined my confidence," the boy, a promising hockey player who still hopes for an NHL career and who has not been coached or advised by Mr. Frost, told the Citizen.
The boy also complained that Mr. Frost pointed a pellet gun at him and demanded that he strip naked and stand on a table.
But according to Mr. Frost, now 36, and videotaped statements by at least five witnesses, the boy's version of events is completely false.
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All the statements maintain it was the boy who had the pellet gun, not Mr. Frost, and that he was shooting birds.
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A pellet gun is for fun, but I wasn't pointing it at myself. (Mr. Frost) was using it as a weapon to make me do things," he claimed.
The boy also complained that one day by the lake, Mr. Frost drew a pellet gun again, this time ordering the boy up a tree, demanding that he start climbing.The boy said when he refused, Mr. Frost threatened him with the pellet gun.The boy said he was also offered money.He climbed up and ended up falling.
"I was scared he was going to shoot me," the boy said.
But witnesses said the boy volunteered with great enthusiasm when Mr. Frost offered anyone $50 to climb the tree and retrieve a snagged fishing lure.
"(The boy) tried to get the lure twice, he was joking about winning the money and laughing.At no time was he forced to do anything he did and there was no pellet gun or any gun present at this time," one witness said.
The boy also told the Citizen that he got so drunk one night that he vomited.But witness statements say he only had one drink and moments later, the boy "started to act foolish and was jumping on a table and dancing under his own power without any duress."
Mr. Frost, who was the subject of the investigation, directs all questions about the case to high profile Ottawa lawyer Michael Edelson, who represented the agent during the 2001 investigation.
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Other witness statements have reported that the boy's father had a vendetta against Mr. Frost.
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Mr. Frost was not charged with any crime and does not have a criminal record.In 1997, he pleaded guilty to assaulting a player he was coaching, but won a conditional discharge in open court.
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11. How did David Frost ever become an NHL Agent II
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Mr. Frost, who was 29 at the time, was not in a good mood, she says.
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Mr. Frost calls himself a tough coach and well-suited agent: "I represent their best interests."
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They came from across Canada to try out; players from Cole Harbour, N.S., Toronto and Summerside, P.E.I, and a group from Brampton, accompanied by Mr. Frost.
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It wasn't long before Mr. Frost, the gruff-voiced coach under suspension from the Metro Toronto Hockey League and in trouble with the Ontario Hockey Association, was behind the bench.
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The young man turned to see who was there, and Mr. Frost snapped, he says.
"Dave said: 'Who told you to f------ move?
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Head coach Greg Royce refused to speak for publication, but it was well known that Mr. Frost came to dominate the locker room talks.
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By the end of the regular season, Mr. Frost and Mr. Royce didn't speak to each other, but the team kept winning.
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Then, on April 5, under a clear sky, a rink-full of people got another glimpse of life with David Frost.
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Mr. Frost grabbed the player by the sweater and punched him in the head.
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The chief remembers looking for Mr. Frost after the game, but couldn't find him anywhere in town.
The chief took statements from Ms. Boutilier, the hotel manager, who told him what she knew about life in Room 22, including the night she found Sheldon Keefe crying in the hallway.He also tried to talk to the players' parents.
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The team suspended Mr. Frost for the rest of the season and he was eventually charged, and convicted, of assault.
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A woman, who grew up in Deseronto and was introduced to Mr. Frost as a teenager, bites her lip when she's asked about it.
Her face turns red when the first tear drops.More tears flow before she dams the tide with her finger.
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12. How did David Frost ever become an NHL Agent III
Is he a mentor or a monster?A tactician or a tyrant?
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For years, coaches, parents and minor hockey officials have worried about the tight grip mentor David Frost, 36, is said to have on a group of young players from Brampton.
Jailed NHLer Mike Danton, 23, as well as Tampa Bay Lightning forward Sheldon Keefe, 23, have been affixed to Mr. Frost since they were 11, and are now represented by Mr. Frost, who is a licensed NHL agent.
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The Jeffersons say Mr. Frost is behind their son's recent legal troubles.
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Mr. Frost and the Jeffersons have waged a domestic war in the newspapers and television news with tit-for-tat name calling and bizarre accusations.
Mr. Frost says reporters should "expose" Mr. Danton's father for what he calls years of neglect and abuse, but won't detail his allegations publically.
"The kid changed his name.You figure it out," Mr. Frost told the Citizen in a recent interview.
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Gary Bevan, a co-owner of the Brampton Capitals team that was coached by Mr. Frost in 1993-1994 and was reprimanded by the Ontario Hockey Association for its violent play, said his coaching skills flourished under Mr. Frost.
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Mr. Frost didn't return to the league.
In the 1995-1996 season, he was suspended by the Metropolitan Toronto Hockey League, what is now the Greater Toronto Hockey League, for allegedly forging a player release form.Mr. Frost has denied forging the document.
In the 1996-1997 season he was back behind the bench, this time with the Quinte Hawks, a team that played in the Metro Junior A Hockey League, commonly referred to as an "outlaw league" because it wasn't sanctioned by the Canadian Hockey Association.
During a playoff game at the team's rink in Deseronto, east of Belleville, he grabbed one of his own teenage players by the sweater and punched him in the head.
Two off-duty police officers saw the punch.He was charged with assault by Deseronto police and four months later he plead guilty to assault.A judge granted him a conditional discharge and placed him on 12 months probation.He was also ordered to make a $250 charitable donation.
Over the next five years, as his pool of Brampton players moved on to the Ontario Hockey League, he travelled to their games as a mentor, not as an official agent, a relationship that troubled coaches and franchises.
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"Let's just say they believed in the Gospel as sp
SBN
www.sportsbusinessnews.com [cached]
Bob Goodenow, David Frost and Mike Danton
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The very night after their brief dinner, following Game 4 of the series, Danton and Frost had the "severe argument" that allegedly led the 23-year-old player to hatch the bizarre plot to have his long-time agent and father figure murdered by a contract killer, documents filed last month in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois by the Federal Bureau of Investigation show.
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Danton, and a 19-year-old St. Louis woman named Katie Wolfmeyer who is his alleged accomplice, are jointly charged with conspiring to have "an acquaintance" -- originally unidentified but weeks ago named by prosecutors in open court as Frost -- killed at the hockey player's own suburban St. Louis apartment.
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Frost had been staying with him for several weeks previous, and remained there when, on April 14, Danton joined the rest of the Blues on a team charter to San Jose for Game 5, which turned out to be the Blues' final match of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
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The alleged plot came to FBI attention when the supposed "contract killer," who was to kill Frost on the night of April 15 for $10,000, according to court documents, turned out to have been a part-time local police dispatcher who instead reported the plan to authorities.
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Court documents, quoting from phone conversations the FBI had taped between Danton, in San Jose, and Wolfmeyer, in St. Louis, allege Danton was virtually begging the killer to do the job that evening -- and to do it in his apartment, so that "When I come back [from the West Coast], I'll obviously see him [Frost] there."
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The two first met when Frost was a 25-year-old minor hockey league coach in Brampton, Ont., and Danton a 10-year-old player who was then known as Mike Jefferson.
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Frost was granted certification by the NHLPA as a player agent in 2002, despite his well-known checkered past.
By then, he had already been suspended as a coach by the Greater Toronto Hockey League for allegedly forging signatures on player release forms, and deemed persona non grata by the Ontario Hockey Association.In addition, he pleaded guilty to assaulting one of his former junior players in connection with a 1997 incident during a game.
The players' association has never offered an explanation of how Frost came to be one of about 200 accredited agents, its officials declining comment because of the court case and describing the certification process as an internal one.
Goodenow and Frost have ties that go back to the 1995-96 hockey season, when Frost coached the Toronto Young Nationals bantam team on which Goodenow's son, Joey, was a player.
David ...
wn.com, 2 Feb 2013 [cached]
David Frost
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Small Business Advice TV Budget Special: ft Mark Prisk MP, BCC's David Frost
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Small Business Advice TV Budget Special: ft Mark Prisk MP, BCC's David Frost Small Business Advice TV Budget Special: ft Mark Prisk MP, BCC's David Frost
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If you have any questions for Ian, David, Mark or James, please e-mail them now via the box above and well do our best to answer them during the especially extended live Budget Special.
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