DENVER — The next time the Toronto Maple Leafs are scheduled to play a game at Scotiabank Arena, their hope is that fans will be back in the rink to cheer them on.

In the meantime, a six-game road trip, beginning Saturday against the Colorado Avalanche, should provide the club with a much-needed change of pace, or a return to normal, if you will. 

“We hope it’s a temporary thing and something that next time we’re at home we have people in the building,” Jason Spezza said. “We can definitely use the juice from the crowd, even if it is the visiting team.”



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