The suit against KPBSD and the Kenai Peninsula Hockey Association was filed in February with the Kenai Courthouse. The suite claims the two organizations failed to “warn students” and alleges negligent hiring, training and supervision practices. The next preliminary hearing for Elliot is set for May 9. The School District and Kenai Peninsula Hockey Association have filed motions with the Kenai Court to dismiss the case. The alleged victims are “seeking damages in excess of $100,000 from the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District, the Kenai Peninsula Hockey Association and former hockey coach”, according to court documents. Elliot worked for the district as a junior varsity hockey coach at Kenai Central High School for the 2005-06 school year. He was also involved with the hockey program at Soldotna High School for three seasons, from 2007 to 2010. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Three individuals have filed a lawsuit against the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District, and the Kenai Peninsula Hockey Association stemming from an alleged sex abuse case. The damages sought in excess of $100,000 were listed in court documents for “psychological and counseling expenses, rehabilitation expenses, physical injury, emotional distress, pain and suffering, inconvenience and loss of enjoyment of life.” Elliot has been charged with 34 counts including sexual abuse of a minor, child pornography and misconduct involving a controlled substance. He allegedly provided steroids to victims as a form of bribery, according to Alaska State Troopers. Bradley Elliot, 55, a former hockey coach at Kenai Central High School and Soldotna High School was arrested on July 13, 2016.