NHL Players Caught Ripping Own Team and Coach in Uber Dashcam Video

NHL Players Caught Ripping Own Team and Coach in Uber Dashcam Video

NHL Players Caught Ripping Own Team and Coach in Uber Dashcam Video

A video showing members of the Ottawa Senators hockey team criticizing one of their coaches has prompted an apology from several players.

"As soon as we learned of this situation, we immediately worked to help get this video removed". "We dealt with this long before this video was released". "We are now treating this as a team matter, and will be making no further comment to the media". "Guys have made great efforts to fix relationships. This is only going to make our team stronger going forward".

The Sens are off to a 5-6-3 start since trading franchise player Erik Karlsson and goal-scoring winger Mike Hoffman last offseason after a cyberbullying incident involving Karlsson's wife and Hoffman's fiancee.

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.

They were discussing the team's ineffective penalty killing and mocking Raymond in what appears to be a recording from a camera mounted on the dashboard.

Uber Canada's General Manager Rob Khazzam said filming riders without their consent was a violation of their terms of service. He said such conduct is "totally unacceptable" and merits investigation.

"This is a hiccup", Stone said, adding the team found out about the existence of the video a few days ago. "It's something I never want anyone to go through with it". We have every confidence in Marty Raymond's coaching; in the effort and determination of our team; and in the sincerity of our players' apology.

Defenceman Mark Borowiecki admitted the Senators would have to deal with the "consequences" and "ramifications" of the video's release.

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Ottawa Senators center Matt Duchene was among the players seen in a video ripping an assistant coach. "I haven't paid attention in three weeks".

The players apologized to Raymond in a statement Monday.

Ottawa was the 27th in the league in power-play percentage in 2017-18, and 26th in penalty killing.

Senators Head Coach Guy Boucher also apologized on behalf of the team.

Then Duchene can be heard replying: "Here's the other thing, too".

Tuesday's morning skate might be a little bit awkward now.

"We don't change anything, ever", says Duchene while talking about reviewing video.

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