“This what happened was unacceptable. There were bad decisions made by some people, hammered David Savard. It was a tricky situation for Hockey-Canada. They should have been stricter and not allowed such things to happen in their organization. »
Bad image for hockey
By trying to sweep the stories under the rug and defending their positions tooth and nail, Hockey Canada's senior leaders have shown that they couldn't care less about the victims of the alleged assaults.
They also demonstrated that they valued their prestige more than the health and integrity of the sport they say they cherish so much.
Because for several weeks, hockey has been dragged through the mud. He is said to be plagued by a culture and a toxic masculinity.
“It is unfortunate, because the actions of a small group of individuals reflect on each of us, said Jake Allen sorry . There's a lot more good in hockey than bad. »
« It’s a bit like society. Nowadays, the negative side of things is brought to the fore much more easily than the positive side, continued the goalkeeper who represented the nation on the international stage on three occasions. Everyone should be responsible for their actions. And that's not just for hockey. It is in life in general. »