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Leafs Play Some Three-On-Three Wednesday

by Staff Writer / Toronto Maple Leafs
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The Leafs took to the ice in Richmond Hill at the National Training Rink on Wednesday to play some three-on-three hockey.

The rink is owned by former Maple Leaf Mike Gartner. The two pads are three-quarters the size of a regulation NHL rink, and used mainly for children just learning to play. The arena is also popular for men's 3-on-3 hockey.

With six-days between games, Ron Wilson decided to change things up. Here were the way the teams were divided:

Grey: Mike Komisarek, Matt Stajan, Jay Rosehill, Niklas Hagman, Viktor Stalberg

White: Ian White, Phil Kessel, Tomas Kaberle, Wayne Primeau, Colton Orr, Jamal Mayers

Red: Jason Blake, Jeff Finger, Nikolai Kulemin, Mikhail Grabovski, Alexei Ponikarovsky

Blue: Francois Beauchemin, John Mitchell, Lee Stempniak, Garnet Exelby, Luke Scehnn

Goalies: James Reimer, Joey MacDonald

Team Blue – Beauchemin, Mitchell, Stempniak, Exelby and Schenn – won the tournament, a come-from-behind win over Team Red, which got an automatic berth in the 3-on-3 final.

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