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From left to right, Dillon Dubé, Cal Foote, Carter Hart, Michael McLeod, and Alex Formenton are all facing charges related to a rumored sexual assault that occurred in 2018 while they were playing for Canada at the World Junior Ice Hockey Championships in London, Ontario. (Getty Images; The Associated Press; Getty Images; USA Today Sports/Reuters; Getty Images)

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Regarding an alleged group incident in 2018 in London, Ontario, while they were playing for Canada’s World Junior hockey team, four NHL players are charged with sexual assault.
The accusations were confirmed on Tuesday by the attorneys for Carter Hart of the Philadelphia Flyers, Dillon Dubé of the Calgary Flames, and Michael McLeod and Cal Foote of the New Jersey Devils. These occur two days after Alex Formenton, a former NHL player and another member of the 2018 junior team, 24, appeared at London Police Service (LPS) headquarters and was accused of sexual assault.

The 25-year-olds McLeod, Dubé, Foote, and Hart are not playing for their NHL teams.
In a statement to CBC News, David Humphrey and Seth Weinstein said, “Mr. McLeod denies any criminal wrongdoing.”
The statement said, “He will be pleading not guilty and will vigorously defend the case.” “None of the evidence has been tested in court or even presented. We kindly request that the public respect the privacy of Mr. McLeod and his family. We won’t be making any more comments at this time because the case is currently before the court.”


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