Leafs' Lupul skates for first time since shoulder injury
Toronto Maple Leafs All-Star forward Joffrey Lupul has resumed skating for the first time since suffering a separated shoulder in early March, according to the Toronto Star.
"I'm 100 percent. I've had a full summer of training. I'll be ready to go," Lupul said following a half-hour skate on Tuesday.
Lupul, 28, scored a career-high 67 points (25 goals, 42 assists) last season, despite missing the last 16 games of the season.
"It's been a long break, and I can't wait to get back and play. It should be an exciting year."