The Montreal Canadiens are hoping the smell of the Tyga only fans leak is behind a player that was traded to the Buffalo Sabres last year.
The NHL was informed Wednesday night that the league received a report about the leak from a source who is connected to the Tygas.
The league is also waiting for Tygas owner John Tyga’s response.
“There was a report of a leak in the Tygas fan base.
We are investigating it,” NHL vice president of communications Jamie Gagliardi said.
“We are awaiting word from John Tygais.
We will follow up with John Tygas to get his side of the story.” “
As far as we know, the leak is not related to any player on the team.
We will follow up with John Tygas to get his side of the story.”
Tyga says he was not involved with the leak report The Tygas fan base has been plagued by leaks since the team moved to St. Louis from Montreal.
Tyga is the owner of Tygas, which is owned by St. Catharines, Ont.-based First Capital Partners LP.
The team announced on Dec. 1 it was moving to St Louis and was given an extension through June 2018.
Tygas fans have been complaining about the smell since then, including the fact that the team has not made a public announcement about the move.
It was the worst-kept secret in hockey.
The Tyga fans had to keep their noses clean during games, as they could not breathe through their nose, Gagliai said.
Fans are also complaining about Tygas equipment being worn on the ice.
“They’re wearing Tygas jerseys on the bench,” Gagaliis said.
Tygals players have also been vocal about the odor.
“I know they’re trying to hide it,” forward Maxime Talbot told reporters on Jan. 2.
“That’s not good.
It’s not fair.
It makes you feel uncomfortable, it makes you scared.”
Talbot was traded from the Buffalo Bills to the Sabres last season.
It smells horrible,” he said. “
If you’re the owner, you have to get rid of it.
It smells horrible,” he said.
Talbot said he has noticed the smell on the road, especially at the start of games.
“Sometimes, you can smell it for a while and you go, ‘OK, this is it,'” Talbot, 22, told reporters.
“But if you smell it at the end of a game, you know what it is?
It’s probably not the same smell.”
Talbots teammates are also trying to get Tygas out of their league.
“It’s not right, it’s wrong, and it’s definitely going to hurt,” winger Max Pacioretty told reporters last week.
“When I see it on the street, I just want to leave it alone.
I don’t care how dirty it is.
I just don’t want it to be in my house.”
Tygas supporters are protesting in Toronto and Montreal The Tygasses team has played in the United States for most of its existence.
They also play in Europe, where the team was once a team owned by the Swedish manufacturer PPG.
The Montreal team was acquired by the Toronto Maple Leafs in 2012.
The Toronto Maple Knights are owned by PepsiCo Inc. The Canadiens are the last team to play in Montreal.
The hockey team had not been in the NHL since the 1997-98 season, when the Montreal Canadiens played in Canada for the first time.