Senators players caught on tape ripping team, coaches

Senators players caught on tape ripping team, coaches

It it unknown who leaked the video, which was posted to Twitter and YouTube and then taken down, but the players involved, Duchene, Wideman, Chabot, Tierney, Dylan DeMelo, Alex Formenton, and Colin White apologized for their behavior late Monday night.

Raymond, who is in his third season with the Senators, was responsible for the power play for much of last season and is in charge of the team's penalty-killing this year.

Passengers have an expectation of privacy while riding in a taxi or an Uber, Cavoukian said.

And as we learn more about this story, the Ottawa Senators have already begun to take action. "We are now treating this as a team matter, and will be making no further comment to the media". The state only requires one side to consent to recording conversations, but it's not clear if any privacy laws have been breached by posting the video online.

Ottawa's penalty killing ranks 30th in the league.

Defenceman Chris Wideman, sitting in the front passenger seat, chirps in: "Do you notice that when (Raymond) runs the video, if you actually do pay attention, he doesn't ever teach you anything?"

"From the bottom of my heart, expressing my apologies to Marty Raymond for my role and for what happened that night", Wideman said.

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"We're all totally aware that any time someone says to you this is off the record. nothing is off the record in your life. So why do we even have a meeting?" he said.

"Duchene later adds that he "(hasn't) paid attention in three weeks" during Raymond's meetings.

My first reaction to the Ottawa Senators' Uber video: there by the grace of God go I.

Ottawa forward Mark Stone says the latest bit of drama in the ongoing saga of the Senators is a "hiccup", and that the team has already done work to fix the frayed relationship between players and coaches that was laid bare in a viral video.

As bad as the recording looks for the players, it doesn't look much better for Uber as filming passengers without their consent is clearly a violation - as is subsequently releasing the video on the web. And in May, the wife of former captain Erik Karlsson filed an order of protection against Mike Hoffman's fiancée, claiming she had posted over 1,000 "negative and derogatory" comments about her on social media.

Either way, both the players and head coach Guy Boucher released a statement in response to the video.

The video, which has since been taken down, was recorded by a camera that was mounted by the rear-view mirror of a vehicle, according to a report by the Ottawa Citzen.

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