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Sports The mystery of Joffrey Lupul .... resolved

06:36  07 february  2018
06:36  07 february  2018 Source:   thestar.com

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Joffrey Lupul says he coming to terms with the fact he "is not playing" hockey and "probably won't be going forward."

The Maple Leafs forward on long-term injured reserve described himself as a "retired hockey player" in a podcast he posted on his Instagram account.

"Now that I'm not playing, I tell myself I miss certain things, but I'm thinking about the best moments," said Lupul. "I'm not thinking about multiple surgeries and breaking bones and the bad parts, or the tough parts. Injuries and things like that are all part of it.

"Missing hockey, I'm missing those great moments, and not thinking about that day-to-day stuff, especially injuries when you're putting your body through things like that.

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"When I think about things like that, it's easier to let go and he the fact your body is not in good shape, and probably not meant to play hockey any more.

"It's very easy to focus on the great moments, like playoff games or big goals. That's one thing I find myself dealing with now that I'm not playing, and probably won't be playing going forward."

Lupul was a guest on Episode Four of the podcast member-guest.com, devoted to "golf, music and less important things."

It's hosted by Linkin Park bass player Dave Farrell, PGA golfer Brendan Steele and videographer Mark Fiore.

Lupul says he's opened a new restaurant in Manhattan -- Due West -- to occupy his post-hockey days.

The end of his playing days have never been fully explained either by Lupul or Maple Leafs GM Lou Lamoriello. Lupul played his last game two years ago, undergoing a sports hernia surgery and never returning.

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His placement on long-term injured reserve -- which opened up $5.25 million in cap space for the Maple Leafs -- was greeted with some suspicion in September after Lupul suggested on his Instagram account he was healthy enough to play. The post was deleted. The NHL investigated and the status quo remained. He is an unrestricted free agent on July 1.

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