What’s the deal with the cleaning of the Toronto Maple Leafs locker room?
The cleaning of one locker room, one kitchen and one bathroom of the Leafs locker rooms is getting a lot of attention, but there is no specific date or timeframe for when it will happen.
“I think we are going to have to do some things and I think it will be in the spring of next year,” said Mike Babcock, the head coach of the Maple Leafs.
“That’s going to be the earliest that it can happen.
We have got to figure out how to get it done and get this thing done in a way that makes sense for everybody.”
Babcock said he is not sure when the cleaning will start.
The Maple Leafs are expected to have their season opener on April 13, and they are hoping to have it done by May 1, but Babcock said it could be sometime in the middle of next season.
The Toronto Maple Leaf’s locker room was cleaned after the team won the Stanley Cup in 2016.
(Submitted by Jason Miller)”I don’t know,” he said.
It will be something to look forward to.
I think there will be a lot more work, a lot less time, and we’ll get to that as soon as possible.
I mean, we’re excited about it.”
Babies said the team has been in touch with the Toronto Public Health department and that the team is working on the plan to have the room cleaned before the season begins.
“We’ve been talking to them for a couple of months,” Babcock told reporters.
“We know that they want to do something, and I’m sure they’re doing it, so we’ll see.”
Babs said the plan is to clean the room before the start of training camp, which starts on July 1.
The Maple Leafs won the 2017 Stanley Cup after beating the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 7.
The cleaning of Leafs locker area after the 2016 Stanley Cup Final is scheduled for April 13.
(CBC)Babber said he did not know if the cleaning would be for the season opener, but he expects it will occur during the season.
“It will be sometime between April and May,” he told reporters on Thursday.
“When it happens, it’s going be great for everybody.
We’re excited, we’ll do whatever we can to get this done.”
Bubs said the locker room cleaning is expected to take two or three days.
“You don’t have to worry about anything else,” he added.
“The idea is to get everything cleaned up and we’re just going to do that.”
Bubbers said it is a huge task to clean all the equipment and equipment areas before the Leafs take the ice for their season.”(The plan) is to have them ready to go before the [2015-16] playoffs, so that’s a big part of it,” he noted.
“But we’ll have a good idea about the dates and the timeframe of when it’s gonna happen.”
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