Joffrey Lupul greets fans in Collingwood after practise. The town were terrific hosts. #tmltalk pic.twitter.com/5986RSsuIx
— Paul Hendrick (@HennyTweets) October 2, 2014
The Toronto Maple Leafs are back home after three days of bonding in Collingwood.
Mayor Sandra Cooper officially welcomed head coach Randy Carlyle after Thursday’s skate and the Leaf bench boss appeared right at home in a political role alongside her worship.
Leaf lines and pairings offered a glimpse of what we might see come opening night on Wednesday, October 8th.
Stephane Robidas took a regular shift alongside Dion Phaneuf while William Nylander ...