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 Thurs, Jan 9
 Leafs Outdoor Practice Event Starts @ 11AM
 Player 3-on-3 Tournament @ 12PM
 Public Skating @ 2:30PM

 Fri, Jan 10 - Sun, Jan 12 (Weekend of Events)
 Nathan Phillips Square
 Free admission

JOIN US FOR A WEEKEND FULL OF OUTDOOR AND ON-ICE ACTIVITIES

Cheer on your Maple Leafs as they take to the ice at one of Toronto's most iconic outdoor rinks and spend the weekend celebrating the game of hockey at all levels.

GIVEAWAYS

PRIZES

FREE WARM BEVERAGES

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ALL WEEKEND LONG:

  • FREE Skate Rentals courtesy of Sport Chek
  • FREE Public Skating
  • Giveaways & Prizes
  • Special Activations
  • Music & Entertainment

  • Ann-Sophie Bettez
  • Lauriane Rougeau
  • Melodie Daoust
  • Hilary Knight
  • Laura Fortino
  • Renata Fast
  • Shiann Darkangelo
  • Loren Gabel
  • Elaine Chuli
  • Marie-Philip Poulin
  • Jill Saulnier
  • Emily Clark
  • Karell Emard
  • Sarah Nurse
  • Natalie Spooner
  • Carolyne Prevost
  • Brittany Howard
  • Emerance Maschmeyer

  • Doug Gilmour
  • Wendel Clark
  • Dave Reid
  • Ric Nattress
  • Greg Hotham
  • Kevin Maguire
  • Peter Ing
  • Tom Fergus
  • Dave McLlwain
  • Dan Daoust
  • Rick Vaive
  • Bob McGill
  • Al Iafrate
  • Wayne Primeau
  • Mike Zigomanis
  • Steve Thomas
  • Shayne Corson
  • Mike Johnson
  • Dmitri Mironov
  • Nik Antropov

OUA ALL-STAR SKILLS COMPETITION
Puck Drop at 10:30AM

FAQ

Yes, the Toronto Maple Leafs Sportchek Outdoor Practice is a free event at Nathan Phillips Square on the outdoor skating rink.

Yes, all fans are welcome to join us on January 9. 

The event is scheduled to start at 11AM and viewing access is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Yes, there will be public skating during select hours each day but Nathan Phillips Square ice will not be available for public skate during programming hours, see other City of Toronto rink locations here.

Yes, fans planning to attend the events are encouraged to dress warmly. For those wishing to participate in skating activities, we recommend covering as much skin as possible to protect from frostbite and windburn.

Click here to access Google Maps and directions to Nathan Phillips Square.

Queen and Osgoode is the closest TTC stop.

Yes, this event is weather permitting. Stay tuned to the Maple Leafs on Twitter for any updates on the morning of Jan. 9. 

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