The Toronto Maple Leafs hit the ice for practice in anticipation of Wednesday's game in Detroit against the Red Wings.
While the team is still getting comfortable with new head coach Sheldon Keefe's systems, one Leafs' forward was just looking to get comfortable on the ice again.
Mitch Marner was back on the ice today before the regular group skating with Trevor Moore.
Marner has of course been sidelined with a high ankle sprain.
The Leafs' forward was on the ice working on his shot and it's a good sign just to have Marner back on the ice again.
Mitch Marner said he’d use this forced time away to work on his shot. Doing a lot of that with skills coach Darryl Belfry this morning pic.twitter.com/xVfM34Aplr
— Kristen Shilton (@kristen_shilton) November 25, 2019