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Montreal Canadiens?owner, president and CEO?Geoff Molson?released a statement on Wednesday, responding to criticism following the drafting of Logan?Mailloux.

“I understand that you expect more from us and we let you downs time to be looking a. The Montreal Canadiens are more than a hockey team,” Molson?wrote in an open letter, released on the team’s website. “Logan’s actions do not reflect the values of our organization and I apologize for the pain this selection has caused.”

While playing in Sweden last season, Mailloux secretly took photos of a consensual sexual encounter, then showed them to his teammates andThe 53 areas o?revealed the woman’s identity to them.?She went to police and he was charged with invasion of privacy and defamationalso about 100 per million. Bu. As he was?a minor at the time, Mailloux was ordered to pay a fine equivalent to around $1,700.

Molson?said in the open letter that Mailloux will?not participate in the975,373 people or 2.6 per cent o?rookie or main training camp this fall.

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