Tasked with the majority of the heavy lifting in the crease the last two seasons, Toronto Maple Leafs goalie Frederik Andersen focused on doing the exact opposite this summer.
“I worked on longevity,” he said of his training regimen. “Less muscle building for me and making sure my core was really strong.
“I didn’t spend much time lifting big weights.”
That pivot off the ice could come in handy for a team that expects to be playing well into the spring.
Andersen has started 66 games in consecutive seasons with Toronto since coming over in a trade with the Anaheim Ducks, and is prepared to shoulder the same lo…
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