Minnesota Wild assistant coach Darryl Sydor was arrested on Thursday evening after failing a field sobriety test as he drove his 12-year-old son to his hockey game.

Sydor, 43, had a blood alcohol level of .30 when he was tested at the Fridley Police Department in Minnesota. He remained in jail as of Friday morning.

Sydor could face drunken driving chargers, as well as child endangerment charges, according to the Anoka Sheriff's Office.

Police said an officer drove Sydor's son to his game after they were unable to make contact with the 12-year-old's mother.

Sydor is expected to be in court later on Friday.

The Wild released the following statement on Sydor.

"We are aware of the reports regarding Darryl Sydor. We are continuing to gather information and will have further comment at the appropriate time."

He has been with the Wild organization since 2011.

Sydor retired from the NHL after the 2009-10 season, which he spent with the St. Louis Blues.

He was the seventh overall selection of the 1990 NHL Draft, picked by the Los Angeles Kings. He won two Stanley Cups during his career and scored 98 goals and 507 points in 1,291 career NHL games.