Senators Players Apologize For Uber Conversation

Senators Players Apologize For Uber Conversation

Senators Players Apologize For Uber Conversation

The Senators are scheduled to play next on Tuesday night at home against the New Jersey Devils.

"As a group here, we definitely want to apologize to Marty Raymond", said Chabot. "What was said was definitely not how we feel about him as a person and as our coach".

"Nothing is more important to us during this rebuild than making sure our players and coaches are fully committed to our plan, our values and our system of play", the statement said.

In a letter to the newspaper, team lawyers said the video was posted despite the fact that it was secretly recorded, violating the players' privacy. "We haven't been playing our best hockey so maybe this can help this team move forward.", Stone said. We don't want negative stuff surrounding our team. "This is only going to make our team stronger moving forward".

The video was the latest bit of humiliation for the organization, which has endured numerous controversies over the past two years.

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The five-minute recording appears to have been captured in Phoenix last week and featured a number of prominent Sens players - including Matt Duchene, Chris Wideman, Thomas Chabot and Chris Tierney - poking fun at the team's current defensive and special-teams woes.

"I can't talk about it, but I think we're all very sorry for Marty Raymond and we think he's an incredible guy", White said post-game Tuesday.

Senators Chief Operating Officer Nicolas Ruszkowski agreed, saying the legal notice to the Citizen was meant to protect the team's best interests.

Duchene later adds that he hasn't "paid attention in three weeks" in Raymond's meetings.

The players released a statement apologizing for the incident while the team backed Raymond.

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The bulk of the conversation centres on the team's defensive woes - the Senators stand near the bottom of the league in terms of penalty-killing and are dead-last in shots allowed per game.

The Citizen notes that while the timestamp of the video says January 2017, it actually appears to have been recorded in Phoenix on October 29 or 30 2018 during the team's western road trip.

"Sadly they learned the lesson more than anybody else, but everyone else will understand, you've got to be real careful in this day and age about what you say in public, even when you think it's private", Maurice said.

"Those first 10 minutes we got rewarded for what we wanted to do". And defenceman Travis Dermott expressed some sympathy for the Ottawa players caught up in the controversy. For those who haven't read one of these before, the idea is pretty simple: I take a handful of notes from Elliotte Friedman's excellent "31 Thoughts" and react to them. When they're a team thing, you deal with them as a team, and, when they're personal things, you deal with them on a personal basis.

Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby also felt bad for the Senators players.

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"I think we've lost six out of seven games so we needed a win. That's all I can say on it right now, unfortunately".

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