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Red Wings' limo driver pleads guilty to charge

Richard Gnida, the chauffeur of the limousine that crashed while carrying a party of Detroit Red Wings pleaded guilty to driving with a suspended license.

The accident happened June 13 as the party was returning from a team golf outing. The Red Wings won the Stanley Cup by completing a sweep of Philadelphia six nights earlier.Defenseman Vladimir Konstantinov and team masseur Sergei Mnatsakanov remain in Royal Oak's William Beaumont Hospital in good condition. Gnida and defenseman Vyacheslav Fetisov sustained less-serious injuries in the accident.