The Weeknd is going for the hat trick.

Over the weekend, the Ottawa Sun reported that the Canadian artist has joined a bit to purchase the NHL’s Ottawa Senators.

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The singer, whose real name is Abel Tesfaye, has partnered on the bid with Toronto billionaires Jeffrey and Michael Kimel of the Harlo Capital Group .

According to the report, The Weeknd has committed to being financially involved in the Kimels’ pitch to buy the team.

But The Weeknd is only the latest celebrity to make a play to become an owner of the hockey team.

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Ryan Reynolds and the Remington Group have reportedly been preparing a roughly $1 billion bid to buy the Senators.

Also getting in on the frenzy surrounding the Senators is rapper Snoop Dogg, who recently joined in on a bid by producer Neko Sparks to buy the team.

As yet, there has been no date announced for when a bid will be selected.