Former Quebec Remparts goaltender and now singer-songwriter Jonathan Roy has commented on the junior hockey start-up scandal, which is a pretty hot topic lately.
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It runs through the parade on Thursdays the tower, He claimed to have experienced this era of humiliating overtures during his coaching tenure in the Quebec Major League Hockey League (LHJMQ).
“I did not recieve [des initiations] And it was part of hockey culture and sports. […] “There are very arbitrary initiatives,” said the main interested party.
The 33-year-old has indicated that these initiatives must stop and that there is simply no point in keeping them in place.
“There are other ways to connect with your friends. Whoops, we’re not here anymore, we’re in 2023.”
Jonathan Roy also called for dialogue so that such situations do not happen again.
“I hope we can more and more talk to each other so that there will be a better development. I think the new generation is great. [Voyez] How young people express themselves and understand a lot of things.
The former janitor played three seasons at the behest of his father, Patrick, from 2006 to 2009.
The topic has received a lot of media attention in recent weeks. After testifying before the Parliamentary Committee to answer questions from elected officials regarding disparaging initiatives that may have taken place within the league, QMJHL Commissioner Gil Corto tendered his resignation.
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