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Leafs and Children's Wish Foundation sign superstar

The Leafs worked with Children's Wish Foundation to sign a young fan from Saskatchewan to a one-day contract.

Aaron Streck

The Leafs did something right, something great.

Amid the chaos, as reports surfaced that Phil Kessel and David Booth got into a scuffle at Leafs practice, some brighter news broke, this time out of Saskatchewan, courtesy of Global News.

Garrett Gamble Jr., 11, was born with a rare disease called Morquio Syndrome, which affects his bones, his heart and his hearing.

His dream - to meet the Toronto Maple Leafs - was granted in the form of the chance to sign a one-day contract.

This Saturday he will visit Toronto with his family to meet Brendan Shanahan and the team at their morning skate and drop the puck for the ceremonial face-off before flying home next week.

Check out a touching video on the big wish, courtesy of Aaron Streck, below.

And Gamble isn't playing around, he wants Bozak's number.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>Kid, who signs one-day contract with <a href="">#Leafs</a>, wants No. 42. Horacheck said it&#39;s taken. Kid says Bozak can switch to 32 <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; Michael Traikos (@Michael_Traikos) <a href="">March 28, 2015</a></blockquote> <script async src="//" charset="utf-8"></script>

And donate to the Children's Wish Foundation of Canada.