Justin Bieber takes a shot on Maple Leafs Jonas Gustavsson on Wednesday Dec. 21, 2011, in Toronto. Bieber joined the Toronto Maple Leafs to skate with the Childrens Wish Foundation Of Canada. THE CANADIAN PRESS/ HO
TORONTO - First Michael Buble, now Justin Bieber.
One day after Buble took the ice with the Vancouver Canucks, Bieber did the same with the Toronto Maple Leafs at Air Canada Centre on Wednesday.
The 17-year-old Canadian pop phenom skated with Leafs players Dion Phaneuf, Jake Gardiner, Jonas Gustavsson and Tyler Bozak before taping his Christmas special at Massey Hall.
Unlike Buble, Bieber didn't wear full equipment. He sported a tuque and Leafs track suit and took shots on Gustavsson.
Bieber has spent time around a number of sports teams during his travels. He joined a training session with Spanish football club Barcelona in April.
CTV said the skate was part of Bieber's Christmas special, and added that the singer had also stopped at a local food bank.
"Justin Bieber: Home for the Holidays" airs Thursday night on CTV and MuchMusic.