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Toronto's Newest Leaf From Alberta Is Turning His Fiancée 'Into A Canadian Girl'

He's showing her what Canada's all aboot. 🥰🇨🇦

There’s a new hockey couple in town and they’re too cute to handle.

The Toronto Maple Leafs recently signed Canadian-born goaltender Aaron Dell and he’s already excited to show fiancée Nicolette Cady what Canada is all "aboot." 

After signing his shiny new contract, Dell took to Instagram to say, “Ready to get started on the ice and ready to turn [Nicolette] into a Canadian girl.”

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So, we imagine it won’t be long until you see these two embracing the snowy weather and sipping on Timmies coffees together.

Cady herself owns a successful denim jacket company called Fringe With Benefits, but if Canadian winters have anything to say about it, the California girl might have to ditch the denim for something a little warmer.

Dell, who is among the 14 Canadian Leafs players, popped the question earlier this year in July in front of the Golden Gate Bridge.

“Aaron, you have made me the happiest girl in the whole world," Cady shared on Instagram. 

This Leafs love story could be the sweetest thing since Tessa Virtue and Morgan Rielly.

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