The Toronto Maple Leafs announced today that the team will travel to Niagara Falls, Ontario for three days at the start of their 2017-18 training camp.
"Following two successful training camps in Halifax, we're excited to open this upcoming season in Niagara Falls," said Maple Leafs President & Alternate Governor Brendan Shanahan. "We're continually looking to take our camps to different places to provide memorable experiences for both our fans and players. We'd like to thank the people of Halifax as well as the great number of volunteers for a wonderful experience. We look forward to a similar experience in Niagara Falls."
Fans will have an opportunity to engage in training camp as the team hosts practices and scrimmages, contests, outdoor activations, and a Toronto Maple Leafs Alumni Game. Current Maple Leafs players and Maple Leafs Alumni will also be taking part in community appearances over the weekend while the Maple Leafs Hockey Development staff will be onsite conducting clinics and other development related programming for select minor hockey groups. Full details on the weekend schedule and how fans can get involved in training camp will be shared in the coming weeks.