Despite his team's struggles this season, Oilers captain Connor McDavid is not letting a few bad apples in Edmonton get under his skin.

A group of teenagers shot a video over the weekend of themselves heckling McDavid and his family as they were leaving a restaurant and posted it online. "You’ve gotta start winning games man," one of the teenagers yelled at McDavid. "You're going to get traded!"

“I’m not even going to talk about it, it’s nothing," he told reporters on Monday. "It's so not a big deal, I’m not even going to say anything about it."

Oiler head coach Todd McLellan, who did not see the video, had a far more direct response. "He would be the last one I would heckle if I was a fan," he told reporters on Monday. "He gives the community everything he has.

"And I'm not just talking about on-ice. I often sit in the lunch room and I ask him, 'What are you guys doing today?' And about every second day Connor says, 'I’m going to a hospital. I got to go see these kids. I’m going to go do that.' So the individuals that choose to heckle him, look in the mirror."

McDavid has 30 goals and 79 points in 65 games this season for the Oilers, who are set to miss the postseason for the 11th time in 12 years after reaching the second round in last spring's Stanley Cup playoffs.