Here's a Canadian cliche: Kids playing street hockey with their friends, dreaming of scoring that Stanley Cup-winning goal.
So it's interesting to note that in Toronto, Canada's largest city and home to the Maple Leafs, there was actually a ban on playing street hockey.
According to multiple reports, there was a $55 fine but the previous rules weren't regularly enforced.
However, on Friday, Toronto Mayor John Tory announced via Twitter that city council has finally lifted the ban on street hockey.
- John Tory (@JohnTory) July 15, 2016
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