Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Maxime Comtois Responds to Cyber Bullying after Missed Penalty Shot

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Maxime Comtois Responds to Cyber Bullying after Missed Penalty Shot

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Maxime Comtois responds to online attacks

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MONTREAL - A week after being the target of trolls on social media, Quebec-born forward Maxime Comtois has spoken out publicly for the first time.

The captain of Canada's world junior championship squad took to Twitter Wednesday to thank all of those who sent encouraging messages following the attacks.

Comtois, an Anaheim Ducks prospect and current Quebec Major Junior Hockey League player with the Drummondville Voltigeurs, invited other victims of cyber bullying to talk about their experiences.

"Cyber bullying is a real threat. No one should go through that," he wrote. "Let's prevent it. If you are getting bullied or ever had been please speak up."

He attached a message saying he and his teammates "gave their hearts and souls, both on and off the ice, to represent our country to the best of our abilities. …

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