Alison De Courcy Ireland.
Pierre Obendrauf / Montreal Gazette
The woman convicted of impaired driving, in a crash that left hockey player Zack Kassian injured, won’t receive her sentence from Quebec Court Judge Denis Mondor until July 15.Alison De Courcy Ireland was supposed to learn her fate Thursday afternoon, but was told by Mondor, “I will need a little bit more time.”Kassian’s truck crashed into a tree right before 6 a.m. in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce on Oct. 4, 2015. At the time, Kassian had just joined the Montreal Canadiens. He was traded to the Edmonton Oilers shortly after the accident.De Courcy Ireland was convicted of driving under the influence, her blood-alcohol level having measured 117 mg of alcohol per 100 ml of blood, which is over the legal limit in Canada of 80 mg.“It’s a serious matter and you’re aware of that,” Mondor said as De Courcy Ireland nodded.De Courcy Ireland and Gemma Brown were waiting outside the vehicle when police arrived, while Kassian was in a nearby lobby, covered with blood. Kassian, who broke his nose and one of his feet in the crash, testified in February.The judge also said Thursday that he needed time to translate his judgment to English for De Courcy Ireland, a New Brunswick email@example.comTwitter.com/mia_anhouryRelated