Henry Hill, Teenage Pimps & Stanley Cup
Former American mobster Henry Hill died after a long battle with illness at the age of 69 today. Immortalized as the main character of the movie Goodfellas, Hill's life in the mafia ended in the witness protection program after he ratted out his friends who were plotting to kill him. Tonight, a former member of one of New York's fabled Five Families explains what happens when you turn against the family.
And, Ottawa police have charged two underage girls with forcing other minor females into prostitution. They are currently searching for the third teen they believe is involved. But how could this happen at such a young age? Tonight, we'll hear from a teen who lived the life and find out what it did to her.
Plus, handing over the Stanley Cup to the winning team is a long-standing hockey tradition. In fact, every one of those victorious players get to take the cup for a day. It's created a long list of stories, from players parading it around town, drinking from it, and even dropping it. So what is it like to spend the day with Stanley? I'll speak to one writer who shares his story.
Tune in tonight at 8 p.m. ET on CBC News Network.