The Most Disgusting Sports Sex Scandal Ever?

Posted by Ed 10 mths ago
Hockey Canada is on the defensive over allegations that some members of its gold-medal winning world junior team in 2018 took part in a group sexual assault. The Fifth Estate examines the national shame inside Canada’s game and the disturbing history that suggests this may not have been an isolated incident.
Hockey Canada reopening investigation into alleged 2018 sexual assault 

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Ed 10 mths ago
Picture is getting clearer on the players involved in the Hockey Canada scandal
Several players have come out and shared a public statement to clear themselves of involvement:

Brett Howden (Vegas Golden Knights)
Maxime Comtois (Anaheim Ducks)
Sam Steel (UFA)
Jordan Kyrou (St. Louis Blues)
Conor Timmins (Arizona Coyotes)
Robert Thomas (St. Louis Blues)
Taylor Raddysh (Chicago Blackhawks)

Three players shared statements via their lawyers that they had done nothing wrong. However, they did not specify whether they had been involved in the incident or not:

Dillon Dube (Calgary Flames)
Jake Bean (Columbus Blue Jackets)
Carter Hart (Philadelphia Flyers)

And five individuals have so far remained silent:

Drake Batherson  (Ottawa Senators)
Alex Formenton  (Ottawa Senators)
Tyler Steenbergen  (Liiga in Finland)
Boris Katchouk  (Chicago Blackhawks)
Michael McLeod  (New Jersey Devils) 
The results of an investigation into an alleged sexual assault involving members of the 2018 Canada World Juniors hockey team could be revealed at some point this week. 

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Ed 8 mths ago

Earlier this summer, there was a significant update about the investigation into the 2018 World Juniors scandal that has rocked Hockey Canada to its very foundations. It was then believed that results of that investigation are about to be revealed and that players currently in the NHL will be suspended as a result of that very same investigation.

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Ed 4 mths ago
Four NHL players face sexual assault charges related to an alleged group incident in 2018 in London, Ont., when they were members of Canada's World Junior hockey team.
Lawyers for Michael McLeod and Cal Foote of the New Jersey Devils, Dillon Dubé of the Calgary Flames and Carter Hart of the Philadelphia Flyers on Tuesday confirmed the charges. They come two days after 24-year-old Alex Formenton, another member of the 2018 junior team and a former NHL player, showed up at London Police Service headquarters and was charged with sexual assault. 

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