Yes. Yes you are. And your'e not seeming to take the right message from that, though I'm probably a bit more sympathetic to your POV on this than some.
People are fired from non-public jobs all the time for this kind of thing. On the non-public side I understand the argument, except that it's usually because it has become a viral marketing/image thing for the company.
The standard NHL contract, like a broadcasting job or any other super-public job, has a personal
This suggests that Brendan Leipsic, who my family happens to know through hockey, has mind to begin with. He's an idiot. Dumb as a post. And a terrible human being by the looks of it.
Be a better man, be a better human being, then engage your mind to see what you might like to say to the world.
He doesn't have to play hockey in the NHL.
If he has violated the league's/team's code of conduct which he most likely would have signed when he signed his contract he is subject to that policy.
It's pretty simple, the privilege of playing in the NHL comes with responsibilities .
I don't understand why you don't understand this.
If you had a business, would you want one of your employes insulting his co-workers and their wives on social media? How do you think that would go over in the workplace? In a team sport, that kind of cancer is even worse. It'll divide a team, and good luck winning with that.