Tucker Tynan has been very good between the pipes for the Hounds during his early stint in Sault Ste. Marie, but social media rumors and speculation are screaming that something is not right in his personal camp.
Revelations made by @JoeyKnish22 on Twitter suggest he is involved in some sort of gambling operation or one of his friends is. It is very unclear right now.
Tucker has not only blocked correspondence with the above mentioned twitter player but he has deleted his account. That normally would suggest there is something wrong, but quite honestly he may have been instructed to do so by the Hounds organization, his lawyer, his agent, or all three.
The Soo Greyhound organization are aware of the suggestions via Twitter and so is the Ontario Hockey League. At this time, the Media Relations department for the Hounds have issued that they will not comment at this time.
Interestingly though; a quick search for Tucker Tynan via Facebook, reveals at least 4 different accounts to his name. We’ll just have to wait and see what unfolds.
Let’s hope there isn’t any truth to this story. The last thing the Hounds need is a suspension to one of the major pieces of the puzzle to compete for the top prize in junior hockey.
I will keep you updated on this developing story.
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