Robin Legault

What is your coaching background and what made you want to coach?

Growing up both of my parents were educators and dedicated time to coaching multiple sports. I saw the impact it had on myself and other youth and always knew coaching would be something I invest my time and energy into after my playing career came to a close. I’ve coached both rugby and football for 15 years at various levels, including high school, provincial, and national.

What is your coaching philosophy or style?

My responsibility as a coach is to create a sense of family both on and off the field. Hopefully, they can take the lessons they've learned on the field and bring it with them into their own lives going forward: hard work, dedication, and professionalism. A program that fosters lifelong bonds and friendships will help us win on and off the field.

What is the biggest lesson you’ve learned as a coach and how does it shape the way you will run the Wolfpack?

In order to get the best out of an athlete, you have to get to know them on a personal level and build a relationship. This will shape the way I run the team by understanding what a Wolfpack represents: Friendship, Family, and Loyalty.

If you could have dinner with any legendary player or coach, from any sport, who would it be and why?

Billy Slater - he is one of the greatest to ever play the game and is someone who I tried to style my play after.

What's your go-to game day tune?

Problems by A$AP Rocky, Drake, 2 Chainz and Kendrick Lamar.

What is your message to the fans?

I can’t wait to see all of you back at the Den cheering on a Wolfpack team that is loaded with talent and ready to go.


Toronto Wolfpack Thank Fans for Incredible Journey

While we will not erase any of the fantastic, historic and positive achievements of Wolfpack, Team Wolfpack promises that together we will make new great memories on our journey together.