Maple Leafs' Nick Foligno: 'Might As Well Jump Right In, Right?'

Toronto Maple Leafs forward Nick Foligno makes his debut with his new club. He will play on the left side of Toronto's first line with Auston Matthews and Mitch Marner against the Winnipeg Jets on Thursday. Foligno talks about his expectations after quarantine and how he can help the team.
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Toronto Maple Leafs forward Nick Foligno makes his debut with his new club. He will play on the left side of Toronto's first line with Auston Matthews and Mitch Marner against the Winnipeg Jets on Thursday. Foligno talks about his expectations after quarantine and how he can help the team.

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