In today's NHL, pre-game rituals have become a staple for players before puck drop. Whether they have a different handshake with every teammate before leaving the locker room, superstitiously dress from left-to-right or right-to-left, need to be the final player to leave the ice following warm-ups, or just grow really, really, ridiculously long beards, every player seems to have something.
Toronto Maple Leafs' centre Tyler Bozak appears to have the most adorable pre-game ritual in the NHL right now, heading over to the corner during warm-ups and sharing a moment with his son Kanon Bozak. Little Kanon commonly rocks a No. 42 jersey reading "Daddy" on the back, and is held up to the glass by his mother, Molly Robinson. It doesn't get much cuter than that!
Baby Bozak has become quite the star around the Air Canada Centre this season...
Tyler Bozak was out of the lineup on Monday night with a lower body injury, and is currently listed as day-to-day.