Sunday, June 23, 2024

Senators players apologize after being caught on video criticizing team

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Are you unhappy at work? Perhaps you have an opinion about your boss that you share with your co-workers just to let a little frustration out. Just be careful who you’re talking to.

A group of Ottawa Senators players learned that the hard way after they criticized a coach during an Uber ride.

Martin Raymond, the Ottawa Senators  assistant coach was the target of this venting by a number of Senators players, including Matt Duchene and the team’s leading scorer Thomas Chabot.

The players have since apologized for their comments which were made in Phoenix back in October.

The Senators players and coaches say the incident is behind them and they’ll move past it privately.

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