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Toronto Maple Leafs 2016 training camp roster, schedule, and more

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The Leafs are in Halifax to prepare for the season, and unlike the Sabres, it’s only a charity donation to watch!

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The Toronto Maple Leafs open training camp today with off ice physicals and meetings before flying out to Halifax for the next four days.

After a successful and popular camp in the area last year, the Maple Leafs return to the east coast for another training camp and this time they've brought some friends along for the trip.

Camp kicks off with physicals and meetings at the Mastercard Centre for Hockey Excellence, and last night we found out the Joffrey Lupul already had his physical and failed to be cleared to play. Lou will hold a press conference at 10am today to talk about the situation.

After today on ice sessions will run from 10am to 2pm at the BMO Centre in Halifax. All sessions are open to the public and the admission is a donation to KidSport Nova Scotia. If you plan to attend be sure to arrive early, last year fans were camped out at 5AM for a chance to see the Leafs. Tickets each day go on sale at 8:30AM.

With coach Mike Babcock running Canada at the World Championships, assistant coach Jim Hiller will handle camp. Other players that may be missing are Auston Matthews and Morgan Rielly (NA), Roman Polak (EUR), and Nikita Zaitsev (RUS).

Throughout the day Maple Leafs alumni and players who aren't working on ice will meet with fans in and outside the arena, for autographs and photos. There will also be a charity BBQ on site over the weekend.

Keep your eyes open around town this weekend as the team sent players on field trips around Halifax last year, so you never know who you'll bump into.

Camp ends Sunday afternoon and in Sunday evening at the Scotiabank Centre the Maple Leafs alumni team will face off against the Halifax Mariners, a team comorised of Canadian Forces stationed in the area. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased here, The Team just announced that they are all free! So if you bought tickets, a refund is coming. Wendel Clark, Doug Gilmour, J.S. Gigure, and Darryl Sittler are already confirmed to play.

On Monday night the Maple Leafs host the Ottawa Senators at the Scotiabank Centre in the first preseason game of the year.

TL;DR version (all times local):

September 22nd: Physicals, media day, meetings - Toronto, Mastercard Centre
September 23rd: On ice workouts/scrimmages - 9AM-2PM - Halifax, BMO Centre
September 24th: On ice workouts/scrimmages - 9AM-2PM - Halifax, BMO Centre
September 25th: On ice workouts/scrimmages - 9AM-2PM - Halifax, BMO Centre
September 25th: Maple Leafs Alumni vs Halifax Mariners - 7PM - Halifax, Scotiabank Centre
September 26th: Pre-season game #1 vs Ottawa Senators - 7PM - Halifax, Scotiabank Centre

Below you can find the camp roster. It’s going to be a good year. Not a cup winning year, but oh man let’s see us Matthews and Nylander destroy other teams third lines.

If there are names missing below, it's because my old eyes couldn't read the tiny PDF we were given. It's here if you want it.

Note: Any players who played in the world cup will not attend any practices or games in Halifax.

Player 15/16 Team Stats (GP-G-A-P-PM) (combined)
Forwads
Tyler Bozak Toronto (NHL) 57-12-23-35-18
Jeremy Bracco Boston (HE)/Kitchener (OHL) 54-21-46-67-19
Adam Brooks Regina (WHL) 72-38-82-120-30
Connor Brown Toronto (NHL/AHL) 41-12-23-35-8
Tony Cameranesi UMD (NCHC)/Toronto (AHL) 42-13-28-41-14
Marc-Andre Cliché San Antonia/Bridgeport (AHL) 44-7-13-20-40
Martins Dzierkals Rouyn-Noranda (QMJHL) 59-24-43-67-42
Eric Faille Toronto (AHL)/Orlando (ECHL) 71-31-39-70-12
Tye Felhaber Saginaw (OHL) 64-18-20-38-16
Brett Findlay Toronto (AHL)/Orlando (ECHL) 61-16-22-38-44
TJ Foster Toronto (AHL)/Orlando (ECHL) 66-25-29-54-19
Frederik Gauthier Toronto (NHL/AHL) 63-6-13-19-10
Colin Greening Toronto/Ottawa (NHL) / Binghampton (AHL) 82-14-14-28-65
Peter Holland Toronto (NHL) 65-9-18-27-28
Nathan Horton** Toronto (NHL) LTIR
Zach Hyman Toronto (NHL/AHL) 75-19-24-43-42
Andreas Johnsson Toronto (AHL)/Frolunda (SHL) 52-19-25-44-20
Nazem Kadri Toronto (NHL) 76-17-28-45-73
Kasperi Kapanen Toronto (NHL/AHL) 53-9-16-25-8
Leo Komarov Toronto (NHL) 53-23-19-42-15
Nikita Korostelev Sarnia (OHL) 53-23-19-42-15
Brooks Laich Toronto/Washington (NHL) 81-2-12-14-18
Josh Leivo Toronto (NHL/AHL) 63-12-31-53-20
Brendan Leipsic Toronto (NHL/AHL) 71-21-36-57-57
Tobias Lindberg Toronto (NHL) / Toronto/Binghampton (AHL) 62-11-23-34-24
Joffrey Lupul** Toronto (NHL) 46-11-3-14-12
Daniel Maggio San Antonio (AHL) 36-1-2-3-116
Mason Marchment Toronto (AHL)/Mississauga (OHL) 30-10-8-18-22
Mitch Marner London (OHL) 57-39-77-116-68
Matt Martin NY Islanders (NHL) 80-10-9-19-119
Auston Matthews Zurich (NLA) 36-24-22-46-6
Milan Michalek Toronto/Ottawa (NHL) 47-7-9-16-20
Trevor Moore Denver (NCHC) 40-11-33-44-8
William Nylander Toronto (NHL/AHL) 60-24-34-58-14
JJ Piccinich London (OHL) 66-30-36-66-19
Brandun Prust Vancouver (NHL)/Utica (AHL) 41-2-12-14-64
Kerby Rychel Columbus (NHL)/Lake Erie (AHL) 69 (nice)-8-29-37-68
Colin Smith Toronto/San Antonio (AHL) 77-20-36-56-37
Nikita Soshnikov Toronto (NHL/AHL) 63-20-13-33-24
Dmytro Timashov Shawinigan/Quebec (QMJHL) 57-22-63-85-79
James van Reimsdyk Toronto (NHL) 40-14-15-29-6
Jack Walker Victoria (WHL) 72-36-48-84-85
Ethan Werek Charlotte (AHL)/Florida (ECHL) 65-21-21-42-40
Chase Witala Toronto (AHL)/Prince George (WHL) 74-40-41-81-81
Tyler Wong Toronto (AHL)/Lethbridge (WHL) 75-43-46-89-42
Defense
Nikolas Brouillard Rouyn-Noranda/Quebec (QMJHL) 54-17-42-59-63
Andrew Campbell Toronto (NHL/AHL) 72-9-16-25-72
Connor Carrick Toronto/Washington (NHL) /Hershey/Toronto (AHL) 71-13-20-33-67
Frank Corrado Toronto (NHL/AHL) 46-1-8-9-28
William Corrin UMD (NCHC) / Toronto (AHL) 43-1-11-12-22
Travis Dermott Toronto (AHL) / Erie (OHL) 51-6-37-43-65
Stephen Desrocher Kingston/Oshawa (OHL) 69-12-66-78-39
Taylor Doherty Toronto (AHL)/Rapid City (ECHL) 68-8-19-27-52
Jake Gardiner Toronto (NHL) 79-7-31-31-32
Justin Holl Toronto (AHL) 60-5-16-21-15
Raman Hrabarenka Albany (AHL) 47-5-4-9-42
Jon Jutzi Maintoba (AHL)/Minn. State (WCHA) 47-5-10-15-12
Viktor Loov Toronto (NHL/AHL) 59-3-14-17-40
Martin Marincin Toronto (NHL) 65-1-6-7-34
Nicolas Mattinen London (OHL) 39-4-6-10-24
Keaton Middleton Saginaw (OHL) 66-1-6-7-66
Brenden Miller Orlando (ECHL) 57-5-16-21-56
Andrew Nielsen Lethbridge (WHL)/Toronto (AHL) 76-18-54-72-122
Roman Polak Toronto/San Jose (NHL) 79-1-15-16-72
Morgan Rielly Toronto (NHL) 82-9-27-36-28
Stephane Robidas** Toronto (NHL) LTIR
Ty Stanton Toronto (AHL)/Medicine Hat (WHL) 71-5-33-38-66
Rinat Valiev Toronto (NHL/AHL) 70-4-19-23-30
Nikita Zaitsev CKSA (KHL) 46-8-18-26-20
Goaltenders
Frederik Andersen Anaheim (NHL) 43GP-2.30GAA-3SO
Antoine Bibeau Toronto (AHL) 40GP-2.70GAA-3SO
Jhonas Enroth Los Angeles (NHL) 16GP 2.17GAA 2SO
Jeff Glass Dynamo Misnk (KHL) 31GP-2.40GAA-0SO
Kasimir Kaskisuo Toronto (AHL)/UMD (NCHC) 39GP-1.92GAA-5SO
Ryan Massa Toronto (AHL)/Orlando (ECHL) 37GP-2.91GAA-2SO
Garret Sparks Toronto (NHL)/Toronto (AHL)/Orlando (ECHL) 17/27/1GP-3.02/2.33/1 GAA - 1/3/0SO

** Will not attend camp/play in pre-season due to injury