Leafs play Miley Cyrus song after each victory

Leafs' Phil Kessel (left) celebrates Tyler Bozak's (right) goal against the Wild in Toronto on Oct....

Leafs' Phil Kessel (left) celebrates Tyler Bozak's (right) goal against the Wild in Toronto on Oct. 15, 2013. (Abelimages/Getty Images/AFP)

MIKE ZEISBERGER, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 12:17 PM ET

TORONTO - Who changed the victory song?

After starting the season 6-1, We Can't Stop by Miley Cyrus has become the Maple Leafs' post-victory anthem that is played after each win.

But who is responsible? Especially since it doesn't sem to be a popular choice among most of the players.

"It's not my idea, I can tell you that," Leafs forward Joffrey Lupul said.

It's a mystery some Leafs would like to see solved.

"I don't know whose idea that is," defenceman Carl Gunnarsson said. "I hate that song."

Phil Kessel has his suspicions.

"It's probably my buddy's fault," he said, referring to roommate Tyler Bozak. "But you can ask him about it, OK?"

Bozak took to Twitter Wednesday to spread the word about the song.

"Hey @MileyCyrus. You're getting lots of attention here in Toronto! #goodjob #wecantstop"


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