Video: Leafs' Morgan Rielly to be investigated by the NHL over using a homophobic slur

According to multiple reports, the NHL will be investigating Maple Leafs' Morgan Rielly for his potential use of a homophobic slur during Monday's game against Tampa Bay.

The news comes after the league suspended Andrew Shaw back in 2016 for one game after he uttered an ant-gay slur while heading to the penalty box.

This morning, Leafs GM Kyle Dubas had this to say about the matter:
The club is aware of the reports surrounding a homophobic slur used during the Maple Leafs vs Lightning game on Monday night. The issue of homophobia is one the Toronto Maple Leafs Hockey Club strongly condemns and takes very seriously. We are in communication with the NHL and are cooperating full with their office.
Yes, indeed, the league has cleared Rielly and all is good in the world. Here is the video that stirred up the controversy:

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