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NHL probes homophobic slur allegedly uttered during Toronto Maple Leafs-Tampa Bay Lightning game



The National Hockey League (NHL) is a probing and homophobic slur that was allegedly uttered at a game between Albania Arena on Monday night.

It has been uttered, nor where.

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The laying and Investigation is nonetheless.

It hasn't been finished.

In a statement, Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Kyle Dubas in this matter.

“The issue of homophobia is the great Toronto map and takes very seriously,” he said.

The slur allegedly happened in the light, 6-2.

Cedric Paquette and Tyler Johnson.

Auston Matthews and Connor Brown scored for Toronto.

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Anaheim Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf was fined $ 10,000 after he uttered a remark in 2017 playoff game against the Nashville Predators.

“There was obviously some words in particular,” Getzlaf said at the time.

“I have got to be a little bit more responsible for the words I choose. It 's tough to see someone referring to it [homophobic]. In no way in that way. ”

And in 2011, then-Philadelphia Flyers player Wayne Simmonds forwarding forwardly directing a homophobic remark toward then-New York Rangers player Sean Avery.

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