More and more NHL players are speaking out amid protests against racial injustice and police brutality in response to the death of George Floyd.
Some of the game's biggest stars have shared responses over the past few days and on Monday night, another three released statements of their own. Alex Ovechkin, Tyler Seguin and John Tavares all took to their social pages to respond to Floyd's death and shared messages of anti-racism.
Here's what they each had to say:
Steven Stamkos also released a statement to his Twitter account on Tuesday morning.
Mark Scheifele, Morgan Reilly and Anders Lee also released videos and messages of their own, along with Jonathan Toews, who shared a long and thorough caption with a video to his Instagram account.
Teams have also released statements of their own. Athletes from all sports are realizing that now more than ever is the time to speak out.