The Maple Leafs are Alex Galchenyuk’s seventh NHL stop. It’s slowly starting to feel like home


If the 27-year-old forward settles in as a bottom-six forward — battling the likes of Nic Petan for playing time — he could reinvent himself. The Leafs aren’t rushing him, though, and that’s probably a good thing.
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