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4
1926

Born On This Day: Bert Olmstead

Hall of Famer Bert Olmstead helped the Leafs capture the Cup in 1962. He is a member of The One Hundred.

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4
1972

Da Da Canada, Niet Niet Soviet

Canada evens Summit Series at one game apiece at the Gardens.

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9
1936

Born On This Day: Bob Baun

Baun won four Stanley cups with the Leafs, played 14 seasons with Toronto and sits 4th in games played by a defenceman.

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10
1939

Born On This Day: Jim Pappin

In the ’67 playoffs, Pappin led Toronto in scoring while netting the cup winner in game six versus Montreal.

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13
1965

Once a Leafs Fan, Always a Leafs Fan

Don Cherry poses for his Leafs portrait at Training Camp in September, 1965.

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18
1950

Born On This Day: Darryl Sittler

Darryl Sittler lead the Leafs with poise and confidence and he was named one of The One Hundred greatest Maple Leafs of all time.

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28
Event

1972 Summit Series

Maple Leafs forward Paul Henderson scores for Canada against the Soviet Union.

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29
1963

Born On This Day: Dave Andreychuk

Dave Andreychuk was a key contributor to the back-to-back conference championship teams in the early 90s.

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29
1998

Cujo's Slap Shot

Curtis Joseph recorded the hardest slap shot at the Maple Leafs Charity Golf Tournament.

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1
Event

The Return of Olympic Hockey to Canada

The Leafs celebrated the return of Canadian Hockey ahead of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics.

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2
1987

Born On This Day: Phil Kessel

Phil Kessel won the Leafs scoring title in every one of his six seasons with Toronto. Along the way he also reached the club’s top 20 in scoring.

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2
1962

Million Dollar Man

Ballard sells Frank Mahovlich to the Blackhawks for one million dollars.

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4
2006

Maple Leafs Honour Hap Day, Borje Salming, and Red Kelly

Leafs players wore one of the three player’s jerseys during warmups and pre-game.

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5
1900

Born On This Day: Lorne Chabot

As the Leafs starting goaltender, Lorne Chabot won 20 games or more on 4 occasions and backstopped the team to their first Stanley Cup wearing the Maple Leaf sweater.

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6
1960

Dave Keon Joins the Leafs

On October 6th, 1960 Dave Keon became a Maple Leaf… he would win the Calder Trophy that year.

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10
1998

Overtime Hero

Steve Thomas makes a triumphant return to the Maple Leafs.

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10
1973

The European Invasion Begins

Swedish Star Borje Salming makes his debut on October 10, 1973.

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10
1995

The Crew

The Maple Leafs Blue Crew made its regular season debut on Oct 10, 1995.

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10
1930

King Clancy Joins the Leafs

With the help of a race horse named Rare Jewel.

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10
1985

Hound Line Debuts

Gary Leeman, Russ Courtnall and Wendel Clark.

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10
1995

Carlton the Bear Debuts

Carlton was given his name and number as a tribute to the address of Maple Leaf Gardens on 60 Carlton St.

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11
2007

Mats Sundin Becomes the Leafs Top Scorer

Mats Sundin scores against the New York Islanders to become the Leafs all-time leader in goals and points.

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13
1951

The Royal Visit

Princess Elizabeth joins Leafs Nation.

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13
2007

Yeah Baby Yeah!

Mike Myers shows up to drop the puck.

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14
2006

Mats Sundin Scores His 500th NHL Goal

and tied Dave Keon on the Leafs all-time scoring list on the same night.

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14
News

Maple Leafs Retire the Numbers of 17 Players

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14
News

"The One Hundred"

Dave Keon named the greatest Leaf in the 100-year-history of the team.

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16
1955

Born On This Day: Wilf Paiement

Playing just three seasons in Toronto, Wilf averaged over a point a game.

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21
1938

Born On This Day: Carl Brewer

Carl was an NHL First Team All-Star once, an NHL Second Team All-Star twice and a Stanley Cup champion three times.

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23
1913

Born On This Day: Gord Drillon

The Hall of Fame left-winger, Gord Drillon, was the NHL’s top goal and point scorer in 1938 and twice a NHL First Team All-Star.

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23
1999

Goalie Race Debuts

The Great Canadian Goalie Race delighted fans for 15 seasons.

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25
1966

Born On This Day: Wendel Clark

Wendel Clark set a Leafs rookie record for goals scored when he joined the team in 1985, scoring 34 times. He is a member of The One Hundred.

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28
2006

Habs Killer

Tomas nets three against the bleu, blanc et rouge.

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30
1924

Born On This Day: Cal Gardner

During his four seasons with Toronto, Cal totalled 153 points in 219 games.

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1
1969

Born On This Day: Tie Domi

Tie Domi is a member of The One Hundred greatest Maple Leafs of all-time.

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4
1923

Born On This Day: Howie Meeker

Howie Meeker still holds the NHL rookie record for goals in a single game. He is a member of The One Hundred.

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5
1902

Born On This Day: Harold "Baldy" Cotton

Cotton is a member of The One Hundred greatest Leafs of all time.

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6
1922

Born On This Day: Joe Klukay

After returning from serving in the war, Joe rejoined the Leafs for their cup runs of ’47, ’48, ’49, and ’51.

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7
1960

Clear the Shack

The Leafs acquired the colourful right winger Eddie Shack, on November 7, 1960 from the Rangers.

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8
1924

Born On This Day: Johnny Bower

Johnny Bower is a four-time Stanley Cup champion, Vezina Trophy winner and was named one of The One Hundred greatest Maple Leafs of all-time.

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9
1965

Born On This Day: Todd Gill

For 12 seasons Todd manned the blue line for the Maple Leafs. In 1993 he finished 4th in scoring during the regular season.

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9
1933

All Aboard!

The Leafs embark upon the 33/34 season.

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10
1996

Potvin vs. Hextall

Leafs fans witnessed the greatest and most famous goalie fight in Leafs history when Ron Hextall engaged Felix Potvin.

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11
1926

Born On This Day: Harry Lumley

Harry Lumley set the Leafs record for most shutouts in a season.

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12
1931

Maple Leaf Gardens Opens

Home to the Toronto Maple Leafs from 1931 to 1999.

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NOV. 18 & earlier

An 'On This Day' Look at 100 Years
of Toronto Maple Leafs History

NOV. 19 & onward
21
2009

Rally Time

The Maple Leafs adopt an unusual method of wearing head protection.

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21
1995

Sevens

Tim Horton and King Clancy became the first two Leafs blueliners to have their numbers honoured.

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22
2008

Wendel Clark Night

Wendel Clark’s number 17 was raised at the ACC in 2008.

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30
1911

Born On This Day: Sweeney Schriner

Sweeney became the first Russian born player to make the NHL. The Hall of Fame recipient won Stanley Cups with the Leafs both before and after serving in the Second World War.

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30
1927

Born On This Day: Tod Sloan

Tod Sloan lead the Leafs in goal scoring twice in his career.

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1
1946

Born On This Day: Jim McKenny

McKenny is the 5th highest scoring defenceman in Maple Leafs history and is a member of The One Hundred.

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7
1929

Busher

Harvey Jackson receives the call from the Marlies.

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10
1966

"The First Hundred are the Hardest"

Terry Sawchuk became the first goalie to record 100 shutouts in a career.

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12
1925

Born On This Day: Ted Kennedy

Ted Kennedy won five Stanley Cups with the Maple Leafs and was named one of The One Hundred greatest Maple Leafs of all time.

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13
1933

"It's all part of the game."

Ace Bailey played his last game on December 13, 1933.

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17
1967

Born On This Day: Vincent Damphousse

Vincent still holds the Leafs record for assists in a single season by a winger with 61. In 394 games with Toronto, this former NHL All-Star MVP put up an impressive 329 points.

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20
1909

Born On This Day: Charlie Conacher

A member of the famous “Kid Line,” Conacher is one of The One Hundred greatest Maple Leafs of all-time, a Hall of Famer and Stanley Cup champion.

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20
News

4 Banners in 14 Days

In this, their Centennial Season, the Toronto Maple Leafs are delivering the original ACC player banners to the hometowns of their greatest players.

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22
1953

Born On This Day: Ian Turnbull

Ian Turnbull is the 4th highest scoring defenceman in Maple Leafs history and holds the club record for points in a single season by a defenceman.

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23
1919

New Name, New Star

Babe Dye made his debut with the newly named St. Pats on Dec 23, 1919.

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26
1935

Born On This Day: Norm Ullman

Norm Ullman won three team scoring championships for the Leafs.

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28
1929

Born On This Day: Terry Sawchuck

Hall of Famer and Vezina Trophy winner, Terry Sawchuk, was the first Maple Leafs goalie to record 100 career shutouts.

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30
2013

Old Friends

Saskatchewan natives Johnny Bower and Gordie Howe pose for this iconic photo.

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31
2016

Legends

Leafs greats, past and present, gather prior to the Centennial Classic Alumni Game.

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31
2016

Photo Bomb

Lanny McDonald steals the show before the show even began.

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31
2016

What a Save By Palmateer!

62 year old netminder turns back the clock.

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31
2013

McDonald, Nieuwendyk, Roberts at the Winter Classic Alumni Game

Calgary Flames teammates Lanny McDonald, Joe Nieuwendyk and Gary Roberts.

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1
2014

Tyler Bozak Scores the Game Winning Goal in the 2014 Winter Classic

Tyler Bozak won the Winter Classic for the Leafs with his shootout goal.

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1
Event

NHL CENTENNIAL CLASSIC

Toronto hosted the 2017 NHL Centennial Classic on New Year’s Day at Exhibition Stadium against the Detroit Red Wings.

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2
1992

The Biggest Trade in NHL History

Ten players on the move to start 1992.

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3
1945

Born On This Day: Mike Walton

Mike played six seasons in Toronto and as a rookie, he was a member of 1967 cup champions. He totalled 191 points in his 257 games.

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7
1916

Born On This Day: Babe Pratt

In 1944, Hall of Famer Babe Pratt became the first Leafs player to win the Hart Trophy as the league’s most valuable player.

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8
1945

Born On This Day: Ron Ellis

Ron Ellis had eleven 20-goal seasons with the Leafs and is named a member of The One Hundred greatest Maple Leafs of all time.

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8
1947

Howie Meeker Scores 5 Goals

Howie Meeker set an NHL record that still stands.

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10
1938

Born On This Day: Frank Mahovlich

The Big M won four Stanley Cups with Toronto and was named to The One Hundred greatest Maple Leafs of all-time list.

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12
1930

Born On This Day: Tim Horton

Tim Horton played 20 Hall of Fame seasons in Toronto and won four Stanley Cups along the way. He was named one of The One Hundred greatest Maple Leafs of all time.

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13
1954

Born On This Day: Mike Palmateer

Mike Palmateer has the fifth most wins for a Maple Leafs goalie and is a member of The One Hundred.

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13
2004

Tom Fitzgerald and Gary Roberts Play Their 1,000th NHL Games

On the same night.

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17
1911

Born On This Day: Busher Jackson

Jackson is the only Leaf to be named a NHL First Team All-Star four times. He is a member of The One Hundred.

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18
1915

Born On This Day: Syl Apps

Syl Apps won three Stanley Cups with the Maple Leafs and was named one of The One Hundred greatest Maple Leafs of all time.

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19
1991

1991 NHL All Star Game MVP

Vincent Damphousse scored 4 goals in the 1991 NHL All Star Game.

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21
2009

Ace Bailey Night

The Leafs celebrated the 75th Anniversary of the Ace Bailey Benefit Game.

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22
1928

Red

Tough Toronto kid, Red Horner gets the call.

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22
1994

First Maple Leaf Voted In to Start an All Star Game

Felix Potvin started in the 1994 NHL All Star Game.

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24
1925

Born On This Day: Gus Mortson

Gus was a NHL First Team All-Star in defence and in his rookie season he was the NHL’s leader in penalty minutes.

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25
1894

Born On This Day: Corb Denneny

Corb Denneny is only player in franchise history to wear a Toronto Arenas, Toronto St Pats and Toronto Maple Leafs sweater.

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27
1988

Borje 1000

Eleven games after reaching the 1,000 game plateau, the Leafs celebrate Borje Salming.

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28
1943

Born On This Day: Paul Henderson

A consummate professional who rose to the upper echelon of left wingers, Henderson sits in 33rd place on the Leafs All-Time scoring list.

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29
1906

Born On This Day: Joe Primeau

Stanley Cup champion, Lady Byng winner and Hall of Fame member, Joe Primeau, lead the NHL in assists on three occasions.

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1
1971

Leafs Send Gamble to Philly

The Leafs packaged Mike Walton and Bruce Gamble to the Flyers.

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1
2014

Canadian Forces Night

Darryl Sittler, Tiger Williams and Lanny MacDonald on Armed Forces night.

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2
2010

Getting Jiggy With It

New Leafs netminder impresses in his debut.

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2
1977

Ian Turnbull Scores 5 Goals

A feat never before accomplished by an NHL defenceman.

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3
1954

Born On This Day: Tiger Williams

Tiger Williams is a member of The One Hundred.

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5
1937

Born On This Day: Larry Hillman

His captain, George Armstrong, described Larry as “100% a team player.” Out of six championships Larry won, four were with the Maple Leafs.

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5
Event

50th NHL All Star Game in Toronto

Fans and players watch as the flag is raised in honour of the leagues retirement of Wayne Gretzky’s number, #99.

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6
1890

Born On This Day: Harry Cameron

Harry Cameron averaged nearly a point a game during his career with the Arenas and St. Pats with 99 points in 104 matchups.

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7
1976

Darryl Sittler's 10-point game

His record still stands to this day.

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10
1912

Born On This Day: Bob Davidson

Bob Davidson played 12 seasons with Toronto and captained the team to a Stanley Cup victory in 1945.

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11
1937

Born On This Day: Eddie Shack

“The Entertainer” played nine seasons with the Leafs and helped them capture their four titles in the 60s.

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13
1971

Born On This Day: Mats Sundin

Mats wore the “C” for the Leafs for twelve seasons and was named one of The One Hundred greatest Maple Leafs of all time.

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13
1999

Leafs Play Last Game at Maple Leaf Gardens

Maple Leaf Gardens was home to the Leafs for 68 seasons.

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14
1934

Ace Bailey's #6 Retired

On February 14th, 1934, Ace Bailey’s number 6 would be retired.

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16
1914

Born On This Day: Nick Metz

Nick played 12 seasons in Toronto, winning one cup before serving in World War II and capturing three more following his return. He is the 17th highest scorer in Maple Leafs playoff history.

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16
1953

Born On This Day: Lanny McDonald

Lanny McDonald was a three-time 40-goal scorer for the Leafs. In 2016, he was named to The One Hundred greatest Maple Leafs of all-time.

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17
2007

40 Year Anniversary

Old Friends reunite in a moving ceremony featuring the 1967 Stanley Cup Team.

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18
2017

Clark, Conacher, Kelly and Mahovlich Named to Legends Row

Wendel Clark, Frank Mahovlich, Red Kelly and Charlie Conacher were announced as members of Legends Row in a pre-game ceremony.

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18
1969

Born On This Day: Alex Mogilny

Mogilny averaged nearly a point per game in his three seasons in Toronto. He is a member of The One Hundred.

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18
1936

Born On This Day: Dick Duff

Dick Duff lead the Leafs in scoring on 3 different occasions.

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18
1980

Farewell Tiger, Hello Squid and Billy D

The Leafs acquire Bill Derlago and Rick Vaive

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19
1964

Born On This Day: Gary Leeman

Gary Leeman is the highest scoring Leaf who was actually born in Toronto.

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20
1999

ACC Opening Night

Air Canada Centre opened on Feb 20, 1999.

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23
1927

Born On This Day: Jimmy Thomson

Jimmy Thomson was twice named to the NHL Second Team All-Star and a 4 Time Stanley Cup winner with the Maple Leafs.

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24
2002

Leafs Coach Wins Gold

Canada ends 50 year gold medal drought at the Olympics with Leafs skipper at the helm.

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25
1902

Born On This Day: King Clancy

Hall of Fame member King Clancy played seven seasons in Toronto, helping them win a Stanley Cup along the way

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1
1926

Born On This Day: Allan Stanley

Allan Stanley won four Stanley Cups during his 10 season run with the Leafs. He was also named a Second Team NHL All-Star three times with Toronto.

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1
1920

Born On This Day: Max Bentley

In separate seasons, Hall of Fame recipient Max Bentley lead the Leafs in goals, assists, and points which helped the team secure three Stanley Cups.

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2
1978

Born On This Day: Tomas Kaberle

Tomas Kaberle is 11th all-time in points for the Maple Leafs, second amongst defencemen.

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11
1924

Born On This Day: Bill Eznicki

Bill Ezinicki, who led the NHL in penalty minutes twice in his six seasons with the Leafs, is a member of The One Hundred.

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15
1975

Born On This Day: Darcy Tucker

A member of The One Hundred greatest Leafs of all time, Darcy Tucker was born this day in 1975.

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15
2004

Mogilny Joins the 1,000th Point Club

Alex Mogilny, Joe Nieuwendyk, Ron Francis and Mats Sundin – members of the 1,000 Point Club.

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16
1957

Ted Kennedy's Final Game

Played on March 16, 1957.

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18
1938

Born On This Day: Bob Nevin

Rookie of the Year runner-up in 1961, Bob Nevin, scored the tying goal in the deciding game of the ’62 cup and was a part of the ’63 championship team the following season.

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19
1970

Bower Retires

The oldest player ever to wear a Maple Leafs uniform, calls it a career.

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20
1955

Kennedy Gets the Hart

Leafs Captain, Ted Kennedy retires (for the first time).

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21
1966

Born On This Day: Al Iafrate

Al Iafrate was known for having the hardest shot in the league, and is in the top ten for points for a Leafs defenseman.

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22
1940

Born On This Day: Dave Keon

Dave Keon won the Calder, the Conn Smythe, four Stanley Cups and served as captain for 6 seasons. He was named one of The One Hundred greatest Maple Leafs of all time.

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25
1927

Born On This Day: Bill Barilko

Bill Barilko scored an over-time game winning goal against Montreal, one of the best goals in Maple Leafs’ history, to claim his 4th Stanley cup in five seasons.

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28
1957

Born On This Day: John Anderson

John Anderson played 8 seasons, winning 1 team scoring titles and registering 30+ goals on 4 occasions as well as setting the record for most consecutive games with a goal at 10.

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28
1931

The Legend of Shrimp McPherson

Was Alex Shrimp MacPherson a Maple Leaf… you decide.

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30
1964

Born On This Day: Dave Ellett

Dave Ellett was a key contributor to the conference final teams in the early 90s and is a member of The One Hundred greatest Leafs of all time.

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30
1933

1933 Playoffs - Leafs Host Bruins in Round One

Toronto’s Alexandra Studio produce memorable piece of artwork to hype series.

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31
1936

Born On This Day: Bob Pulford

Bob Pulford won four Stanley Cups with the Leafs in the sixties and could be classed as one of hockey’s greatest forecheckers.

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6
1945

"Ulcers"

Rookie goalie steals the show and the 1945 Cup.

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7
1985

John Anderson's Record

John Anderson set the record for goals in consecutive games by a Leaf with 10.

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8
1971

Missing Mask

Leafs have the last laugh after Rangers sipose of Bernie Parent’s mask.

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9
1932

Leafs Win Third Stanley Cup

And capture their first Cup at the Gardens.

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10
1985

Born On This Day: Dion Phaneuf

Dion played seven seasons with the Maple Leafs and his final six as captain.

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11
2009

Boyd Devereaux records a hat trick in his final NHL game

What a way to go out!

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14
2003

The Masters Champion

Mike Weir kicks off the Leafs 2003 home Playoff schedule.

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14
1948

"He was one of us. What a man." - Howie Meeker on Syl Apps

A friend pays tribute to his leader.

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16
1987

Motor City Smitty

Unlikely heroes helps Leafs eliminate St. Louis.

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16
2001

Cory Cross, Scores in Overtime

Cory Cross displays the winning puck from Game 3.

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17
1951

Born On This Day: Borje Salming

Named one of The One Hundred greatest Maple Leafs of all-time, Borje Salming scored 767 points with the blue and white.

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18
1942

Comeback

The Leafs accomplish something never done before… or since.

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18
1963

"No Practice Tomorrow"

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19
1993

Gilmour's Playoff Run

Doug Gilmour had a historic Playoff run during the 1992-93 season.

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20
2004

Battle of Ontario Part IV

The Leafs eliminate the Senators for the fourth time in as many chances.

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21
1965

Born On This Day: Ed Belfour

Ed Belfour still holds the Leafs record for wins in a single season and is a member of The One Hundred.

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21
1999

ACC, The Early Days

A view of Air Canada Centre in the spring of 1999.

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21
1951

Bill Barilko Scores Overtime Winner To Win the Stanley Cup

Bill Barilko scored the greatest goal in Maple Leafs history on April 21st, 1951, in overtime, against the Habs, at Maple Leafs Gardens, to win the Leafs the Cup.

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22
1962

10 Stanley Cups

Bob Nevin and Dick Duff led the Leafs to their tenth Championship.

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24
1923

Born On This Day: Gus Bodnar

Gus was named the NHL Rookie of the Year in 1944 and the following year he would win his first of two cups with the Maple Leafs.

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25
1964

Andy Bathgate Seals the Leafs Third Championship in a Row

The Leafs traded for Andy Bathgate during the 1963/64 season.

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28
1919

Born On This Day: Wally Stanowski

This NHL First Team All-Star manned the blue line for the Leafs as they captured the Stanley Cup in 1942.

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29
1967

Born On This Day: Curtis Joseph

In his first year, Curtis Joseph broke Johnny Bower’s single season wins record.

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29
1978

And he wins it... McDonald!

April 29, 1978 Leafs Eliminate Favoured Islanders – Potvin Congratulates McDonald.

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1
1993

Game Seven Hero

Nikolai Borschevsky becomes only the second Leaf to score a Game 7 winner in OT.

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1
1944

Most Valuable Player

Babe Pratt was the first Leaf to win the Hart Trophy as the League’s most valuable players.

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3
1967

The Chief

George Armstrong hoists the Leafs 13th Stanley Cup at City Hall.

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4
1989

Born On This Day: James van Riemsdyk

Twice runner-up in goal scoring, JVR led the Maple Leafs in scoring in 2014-15

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6
1923

Born On This Day: Harry Watson

Hall of Fame forward, Harry Watson, played nine seasons with the Maple Leafs, winning one team scoring title.

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9
1999

Lonny Bohonos

Called up to fill in on the top line, Lonny Bohonos had a spring to remember in 1999.

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13
1897

Born On This Day: Babe Dye

Babe Dye lead the Toronto St Pats in scoring for five straight seasons. In 177 games, the St Pats captain scored 174 goals for the best goals per game average in Leafs history.

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14
1959

Born On This Day: Rick Vaive

Rick Vaive sits 5th all-time in goals for the Leafs.

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15
1914

Born On This Day: Turk Broda

Broda won multiple Vezinas in his Hall of Fame career and is the Leafs all-time leader in both wins and shutouts

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23
1966

Born On This Day: Gary Roberts

In only four seasons in Toronto, Gary Roberts climbed his way to sixteenth in Leafs all time playoff scoring and is a member of The One Hundred.

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28
1950

Born On This Day: Errol Thompson

In 1967, Errol became one of only three Leafs to record a 40-goal season. Playing on a line with Darryl Sittler and Lanny McDonald, the three of them combined for 121 goals and 273 points.

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28
1909

Born On This Day: Red Horner

Stanley Cup winner and Leafs captain, Red Horner, lead the NHL in penalty minutes for eight seasons and is described as one of the most courageous men to have ever played in the NHL.

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2
1965

Born On This Day: Russ Courtnall

Russ made an impression on Leafs fans with 218 points in 309 career games. He is a member of The One Hundred.

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8
1975

Born On This Day: Bryan McCabe

Bryan McCabe finished his career as the sixth highest scorer as a defenceman in Leafs history.

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14
1894

Born On This Day: Jack Adams

Jack Adams was an original member of the Toronto Arenas and was a part of their Cup Championship team that year.

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14
1901

Born On This Day: Hap Day

Day served as captain of the Maple Leafs for 10 seasons and won the cup in 1932.

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15
1930

Born On This Day: Marcel Pronovost

Hall of Famer Marcel Pronovost joined the Leafs for the final push of their sixties dynasty, helping them win the cup in 1967.

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15
1985

Wendel Clark Drafted #1 Overall

Wendel Clark was the #1 overall pick in the 1985 NHL Draft.

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18
1962

Moonlighting

June 18, 2016 Red Kelly Elected to Federal Parliament.

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23
1896

Born On This Day: Reg Noble

Reg Noble scored 184 points in 160 games with Toronto and is a member of The One Hundred.

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23
1971

Born On This Day: Felix Potvin

In his eight seasons, Felix worked his way up to third place on the Leafs all time wins list.

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25
1963

Born On This Day: Doug Gilmour

Gilmour broke the Leafs single season scoring record in his first full year and was named one of The One Hundred greatest Leafs of all-time.

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26
1893

Born On This Day: George Hainsworth

Despite only playing four seasons with the Maple Leafs, Hall of Fame inductee George Hainsworth still sits 5th on the team’s all-time shutout list.

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28
1923

Born On This Day: Gaye Stewart

In the 1942-1943 season, Gaye was granted Rookie of the Year honours. He is a member of The One Hundred.

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29
2000

Wendel Retires

Wendel Clark tearfully announced that he would be leaving the Leafs for a third and final time.

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2
1910

Born On This Day: Lorne Carr

In his five years as a Maple Leaf, Carr totalled 226 points in 236 games.

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3
1903

Born On This Day: Ace Bailey

Twice, Ace Bailey was the Leafs scoring champion and in 1929 he lead the NHL in both goals and points. Ace was the first player in North American sports to have his number retired.

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4
2000

Leafs Add Some Grit

Leafs sign free agents Shayne Corson and Gary Roberts.

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6
1930

Born On This Day: George Armstrong

In his Hall of Fame career, Armstrong captained the Leafs for 12 consecutive seasons, more than any other player. He is a member of The One Hundred.

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1927

Born On This Day: Red Kelly

Named to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1969, Kelly is one of The One Hundred greatest Maple Leafs of all-time.

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10
1980

Fox and Sittler

Two of Canada’s most beloved athletes meet on the streets of Toronto as tens of thousands join in.

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1932

Born On This Day: Ron Stewart

Ron played 13 seasons with the Maple Leafs and his 838 games still places him in the top 10 in Leafs history. He’s 15th all-time in goals and 4th in short-handed goals.

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11
1925

Born On This Day: Sid Smith

Sid Smith served as the team’s captain and won three Stanley Cups with the Leafs. He was a three time member of the NHL’s First and Second All-Star Teams.

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15
1963

Born On This Day: Steve Thomas

Steve is remembered for his timely scoring touch and lead the Leafs in playoff scoring twice.

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1935

Born On This Day: Billy Harris

In his 10 seasons with the Maple Leafs, Billy helped the team win three Stanley Cups which landed him at 38th in all-time scoring.

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10
Event

Fifty Mission Cap

Bill Barilko’s banner was raised one final time for the Tragically Hip’s final shows in Toronto.

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16
1966

Born On This Day: Ed Olczyk

Ed Olczyk was the winner of two team scoring titles and registered a 90 point season in 88-89.

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1958

Born On This Day: Bill Derlago

Derlago remains one of only a dozen Leafs to score 40 goals in a season with the blue and white.

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1946

Born On This Day: Brian Glennie

Toronto-born Brian first played with the Marlies before manning the blue line for nine seasons with the Maple Leafs. His 599 penalty minutes place him 27th on the all-time list.

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