The Edmonton Oilers' injured goaltender, Nikolai Khabibulin, has been arrested in Arizona and charged with speeding and impaired driving.
The incident happened during the early hours of Feb. 8 in Scottsdale, according to the report from the arresting officer.
"I observed a black Ferrari travelling northbound at a high rate of speed," the report reads. "Radar confirmed its speed … at 60, 62, 66, and then 70 miles per hour in a 45 m.p.h. zone."
The report said Khabibulin's eyes were watery and bloodshot and mentioned an odour of alcohol on his breath and that he admitted drinking.
After a sobriety test, Khabibulin was arrested, then handcuffed and taken in for a blood test. He was later released.
The Oilers signed Khabibulin, 37, to a four-year contract worth $15 million last July.
In November, he stopped playing because of back problems, later diagnosed as a herniated disk that required surgery. No timetable was set for his return.