Tim Stutzle Disrespects His Own Fan Base After Game Against the Canadiens

Published January 20, 2024 at 10:59

The rivalry between the Montreal Canadiens and the Ottawa Senators has been ongoing for years. Last Thursday, during a game at the Senators' home in Kanata, the hosts secured a decisive 6-2 victory over the Canadiens.

A noteworthy moment occurred when the Senators organization decided to broadcast images of Canadiens fans leaving the arena early, as their team was losing. This action, intended to mock the visiting fans, was met with mixed reactions.

Adding to the controversy, Tim Stutzle, a player often criticized by Senators fans for his on-ice antics, made comments in a post-game interview about enjoying seeing Canadiens fans leave before the end of the game. This interview was shared on social media and quickly sparked a backlash, prompting the Senators to remove the video.

"Their barn is half empty except when Montreal visits. And they spit on the customer. When your team is the biggest disappointment of the season. Ah well." - Greg Lanctot from BPM Sports

"When you're at the bottom of the league after claiming in the media that your rebuild was finished, I'd keep it down!" - Marc-Olivier Beaudoin

"Seeing a lot of Montreal fans leave was great." He said to an empty arena.

Despite the removal of the original video, it was still found and shared on social media:

These events have led to various reactions online, reflecting the intensity of the rivalry and the emotions it evokes among fans and players alike.
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Tim Stutzle Disrespects His Own Fan Base After Game Against the Canadiens

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