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BREAKING: Player From the 2018 WJC Scandal Breaks His Silence


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Aaron Itovitch
January 30, 2024  (6:59 PM)
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2018 Canada World Juniors Team Captain Dillon Dube
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After Alex Formenton, a second player involved and formally accused in connection with the scandal of Team Canada junior breaks the silence. Indeed, the lawyers of forward Michael McLeod have confirmed the accusations their client faces, stating that he will plead not guilty.

"The lawyers of Michael McLeod assert that the New Jersey Devils forward has been charged and that he will plead not guilty." - Rick Westhead

While fans were desperately waiting for a resolution in this story, everything is unfolding very quickly at the moment. We can expect that many details of this horrible story will be revealed in the coming days, if not weeks.
It should be noted that, for the moment, Carter Hart, Dillon Dube, and Cal Foote have not made any official announcements regarding the famous accusations made by the London police.
Moreover, the NHL has not yet commented on the situation, but it would not be surprising if it had to make a significant decision regarding the future of these five hockey players in the league.
25-year-old Michael McLeod was selected 12th overall by the New Jersey Devils in 2016. He has accumulated 29 goals and 56 assists (85 points) in 287 career games, and he was on track to have his best season since his NHL debut, having recorded 19 points in 45 games.
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