“It’s disgusting. It’s unpredictable. I can not believe it!”
Maxim Lapierre has a lot to say about the Chicago Blackhawks case on TVA Sports on Friday.
The analyst dropped his gall on the company, but was primarily aware of the situation on the 20 Hawks players and decided not to do anything to help Kyle Beach.
“We can confirm Joel Quenneville, we can judge Stan Bowman, but as a former player, I’ll judge 20 players in the locker room,” Lapierre said.
The man who wore the Montreal Canadian uniform in his career in particular pointed to the inaction of Blackhawks captain Jonathan Towes.
“He’s a man I’ve respected all my career, but it’s gone today,” the former striker said. He is the captain, he likes to take charge. Yes, these are hard things to do, but there are things to do. Do it if you are a leader. ”
“People I know around me, whether it’s Gillome Latendress, whether it’s myself, Patrice Brycebois, Francis Bouillon, Steve Begin. These guys were the ones standing up. I can guarantee. ”
When Hawks was a teenager, Beach was sexually harassed in 2010 by team video manager Brad Aldrich. The whole organization will take a look at this article to focus on winning the Stanley Cup.
Beach claimed to have been the target of ridicule and ridicule from some of the veterans at the club.
“There may be champions in the rink, but they may be far away outside the rink. What this young man experienced is unacceptable, ”Lapierre said.
“Where’s the Players ‘Association? We’m here to defend the big contracts, the salary cap, but when it’s ruining such a life, where is she? I’ m not even sure what to say about it.
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