On an average day, you can assume most NHL players are probably loading up on boring chicken and veggies. But, when cheat day rolls around, the Toronto Maple Leafs' diets go straight out the window. From double cheeseburgers to bowls of ice cream soup (yep), these guilty pleasures are about to make your mouth water.\nWhen they’re not enjoying their at-home chefs, the chances of you running into your favourite Leafs player dining out in the 6ix are actually pretty good.\nBetween noted favourite restaurants like Sugo and Sotto Sotto, the city's hockey stars have several suggestions for how you can treat (or punish) your stomach.\nAnd, with several players choosing to reside in Etobicoke over downtown Toronto, you could realistically spot your favourite player indulging nearly anywhere in the GTA.\nEven your local McDonalds could be filled with Nylander and his squad at any time.\nWho wants a McWilly?\nSome players enjoy junk food more than others, of course.\nTake Morgan Rielly and his Doritos obsession, for example. One thing’s for sure, he’s not sharing them with BFF Auston Matthews this year.\nSo take a look below and get ready for some serious cravings to take over.\nWe'll Take A McWilly, No Pickles Please\nSport Bladet\nNylander repping Sugo, makers of one of Toronto’s most underrated veal parms. pic.twitter.com/ZuXjp1TuhI— Joshua Kloke (@joshuakloke) July 2, 2019\nAccording to a Sportsnet interview, Nylander's favourite cheat meal is some classic McDonalds. We feel you Willy. Though, it seems every day is cheat day, according to The Athletic.\n"I eat everything anyway. There’s nothing really that I don’t eat. I don’t really have a diet and keep myself away from stuff," Nylander admits.\nBut, if his fashion choices are any indication, odds are you might run into him at Sugo on Bloor.\nHow About A Kappy Meal Instead?\nView this post on Instagram Skipping the line (f)all PSL season long. Thanks @StarbucksCanada and @ubereats_canada #ad A post shared by Kasperi Kapanen (@kasperikapanen1) on Sep 11, 2019 at 12:00pm PDT\nIt turns out you might see Kasperi Kapanen rolling up to McD's with his pal Nylander, too. In the same Athletic article, Kappy reveals he keeps it pretty clean... most of the time.\n"But if I have a cheat day I’ll probably go to McDonald’s. Something quick like a burger. You’ve got to be ready for the whole season. I try to eat as much as chicken and salad as I can." Fair play.\nThe Matthews Mix\nView this post on Instagram I have to confess this has been one of the hardest secrets we had to keep! I want to thank Auston Matthews for coming to Xola; you genuinely are a superstar, Ema, his mom and Brian, his dad, who are all beautiful people. Gracias de corazón! We had such a great time during the filming, especially this family weekend, it is truly a great time to celebrate the Maple Leaf family too! Thank you, SportsNET! Los Quiero! Go Leafs Go https://youtu.be/nygEpFjyH3U A post shared by XOLA RESTAURANT (@xolamexicanresto) on Feb 18, 2020 at 6:01pm PST\nWhen it comes to this fashion icon, variety is the spice of life. On a cheat day, you might spot AM34 at Toronto's Sotto Sotto, Jacobs Steakhouse, or Lee, his favourite Asian-fusion restaurant in the city, according to a previous interview with GQ.\n"I'll go (to Lee) with my parents or, maybe, if I find a lucky girl I'll take her there on a date or something," Matthews revealed in the magazine.\nThough, if he's craving a taste of his heritage, you might spot him at XOLA munching on some Mexican eats.\nIce Cream, But Make It Soup\nTwo goals for @Marner93 last night, must've been the pregame ice cream! 😂 #StanleyCup Confidential pic.twitter.com/v3rcc6rHSN— NHL (@NHL) April 12, 2019\nWhen it comes to cheat day for Magic Mitch Marner, you can bet there won't be any veggies on the table.\nWhen asked in a Q&A with The Athletic, the hockey player exclaimed: "Pfffff. Vegetables — don’t really like vegetables. Mostly all of them."\nSo, it looks like it's ice cream soup or bust for this winger.\nCaptain John "I'll-Take-A-Salad" Tavares\nView this post on Instagram 2 BIG ANNOUNCEMENTS: In order to celebrate John Tavares being named the 25th captain of our @mapleleafs … Starting tomorrow, Oct 7, until holiday Monday, Oct. 14... Our very popular #tavares Bowl(Chia pudding, coconut whip, blueberries, walnuts, hemp hearts and almond butter) will be HALF PRICE! 100% of the proceeds will go to the John Tavares Foundation... which brings healthy food education to elementary school children. The second announcement will come very soon... stay tuned!! #tavares #paleo #keto #paleotoronto #ketotoronto #jerf #whole30 #wholefoods #glutenfree #dairyfree #refinedsugarfree A post shared by The Simple Kitchen (@simplekitchento) on Oct 6, 2019 at 10:50am PDT\nIt turns out Tavares is a bit of a health nut. In fact, Toronto's The Simple Kitchen even named one of their chia bowls after the Leafs captain.\nHowever, on days when he does indulge, you might find him mowing down on some chicken parm, according to a Q&A on NHLPA.\nMo' Rielly, Mo' Chips\nIn a video posted on NHL.com, long-standing Leaf Morgan Rielly revealed he can't go to the grocery store without stopping for some Sweet Chili Heat Doritos.\nHe goes on to admit that he also has to force himself to stay out of the ice cream aisle.\nWe wonder if Mo ever shares that Doritos addiction with rumoured bae Tessa Virtue?