Canadian Prime Minister Criticizes Canadians for Draft Picks

Montreal, July 28 (AP) Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Tuesday that he was not happy with the Montreal Canadiens’ decision to draft an 18-year-old who was fined for sharing an explicit photo of a woman in Sweden. was imposed. Agreement.

The Canadiens picked Logan Meloux in the first round of the draft on Friday night. Swedish authorities fined him in December after admitting to two charges related to sharing a photo of a woman having sex. This picture was taken last year when he was playing in Sweden.

Mailloux was charged with defamation and objectionable photography and was fined approximately USD 1,650.

“As a lifelong Hubs fan, I must say that I am deeply disappointed by this decision. I think it was a lack of decision by the Canadian organization,” Trudeau said.

“I think he has a lot to do for the Montrealers and fans around the country.” Maalox, a defender for the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League, was asked that no NHL team would draft him this year and said that sharing photos with teammates was “stupid” and “irresponsible”. He said he did not believe he had demonstrated sufficient maturity or character to earn the privilege of being elected.

Canadiens general manager Mark Bergevin told reporters that the gap between Miloux and the next best player the team could have selected was too large to ignore and that he believed that if the Canadiens could make him the 31st selection. Would not have chosen for the first round. (AP) CPS

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