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Maple Leafs are heading to Paradise for training camp

Details of the training camp in Newfoundland, home of the Kelly Cup champions, have been released.

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Expect this former Growler to be back in St. John’s
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Today, the Toronto Maple Leafs have released details of their training camp to be held in Paradise and St. John’s Newfoundland.

Most of the events are free but require a ticket. As in past preseason events, the tickets are first-come, first-serve the morning of the event outside the arena.

The preseason game against the Ottawa Senators is a paid ticketed event. As of today, that game is not available from Ticketmaster, although the rest of the Leafs preseason games are.

Schedule of Events

Date Public Access Timing Details
Date Public Access Timing Details
Friday, Sept. 13 Yes (free ticket required) Doors: 10 am, Timing: 10:30 am-1:00 pm Practice and scrimmage (Paradise Double Ice Complex)
Saturday, Sept. 14 Yes (free ticket required) Doors: 10 am, Timing: 10:30 am-1:00 pm Practice and scrimmage (Paradise Double Ice Complex)
Sunday, Sept. 15 Yes (free ticket required) Doors: 10 am, Timing: 10:30 am-1:00 pm Practice and scrimmage (Paradise Double Ice Complex)
Sunday, Sept. 15 Yes Timing: 12:00 pm-3:00 pm Sobeys Community BBQ (Paradise Double Ice Complex)
Sunday, Sept. 15 Yes (free ticket required) Doors: 6:00 pm, Game Start: 7:00 pm Leafs Alumni Game (Mile One Centre)
Tuesday, Sept. 17 Yes (purchased ticket required) Doors: 6:00 pm, Game Start: 7:00 pm Toronto Maple Leafs vs Ottawa Senators preseason game (Mile One Centre)

On Sunday evening, the Leafs Alumni will face off against Canadian Forces Station St. John’s at the Mile One Centre. The Leafs Alumni roster heading to St. John’s includes Wendel Clark, Doug Gilmour, Rick Vaive, Darcy Tucker and many more former members of the Maple Leafs.

Monetary donations are encouraged and being collected at all events throughout the weekend with proceeds benefitting the Janeway Children’s Hospital Foundation and the healthcare of NL children.

Where is Paradise, you ask? Just to the west of St. John’s.

There is no official schedule yet of when the minor league and junior players will be split off from the main camp, but the chances are high that former Growler Semyon Der-Arguchintsev will be around for this part of camp.