No, Sean Keogh isn't leaving the HFNHL for good. Although his feud with Hurricanes GM is taking on a life of its own, Keogh will not leave the league after threats from Ong's followers after Keogh got into a fight with the Australian born executive last week. After some verbal exchanges over a few days with Ong, the two ran into each other in New York the other day. The league held some unofficial meetings with executives last week, and after one meeting, things got heated between Ong and Keogh. After Ong violently shoved Keogh, the Canucks GM came back with a right cross to the face, and Ong never recovered. Although Keogh apologized privately later on in the day, the league announced they would look into the matter. And with that Keogh is heading out to get away from the media pressure for a few days. From August 15th to 22nd, he is taking off to the Canucks rookie retreat, which is held in the Laurentians every year. Canucks prospects and rookies alike will join Keogh and new head coach Claude Julien at a camp ground that is owned by Keogh. The camp grounds are customized with two regulation sized rinks, to make it a perfect place for hockey camps. Also, Keogh will be almost entirely out of touch for that period, so it's a valuable escape from the media pressure, but also contact from fellow GMs. After that, from August 24th to September 4th, Keogh will be in Vancouver, conducting meetings to fill some organizational holes and speak to Vancouver Giants head coach Don Hay about Andrej Meszaros' role with the Giants this coming season. It is expected that Keogh will be moderately in touch with the rest of the league for this period though. The league investigation will continue in the meantime. It is expected Keogh at most recieves a fine, unless Ong takes legal action.