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The Story of the Toronto Maple Leafs

Author : Bill McAuliffe
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Presents the history, players, and accomplishments of the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Toronto Maple Leafs

Author : John Nichols
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Presents the history, players, and accomplishments of the Toronto Maple Leafs.

The Toronto Maple Leafs

Author : Toronto Maple Leafs (Hockey team)
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Toronto Maple Leafs

Author : Kevin Shea
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Toronto Maple Leafs: Diary of a Dynasty, 1957-1967 chronicles those wonderful seasons when the Toronto Maple Leafs skyrocketed from last place in the NHL to become the powerhouse team of the decade. During the 1950s and 60s the Leafs were always a contender and won the Stanley Cup in three consecutive years (1962-1964), along with an improbable Stanley Cup victory over their archrival, the Montreal Canadiens, in 1967 to close out the era of the original six NHL teams. Of the many books written on the Leafs, this one is unique: Kevin Shea and his writing partners revisit all the important games and moments from each season with astonishing detail based on the broadcasts of Hockey Night in Canada from that decade. There are authentic calls from the broadcast booth, Hot Stove Lounge conversations and detailed descriptions of game-changing goals and late-game heroics that have been obscured by the passage of time -- and the performance of the weaker teams that have followed. Along with unearthed, never-before released interviews from dynasty players, such as Johnny Bower, Dave Keon and George Armstrong to name only a few, the authors reconstruct Toronto's dynasty years with professional accuracy, authenticity and care. This big book will be dear to the heart of every Maple Leaf fan -- a nostalgic journey through hockey history and thus into the history of modern Canada itself.

Heart and Spirit

Author : Doug Magwood
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This is a great gift for any hockey fan. Follow the Leafs as they strive for the Stanley Cup. ALL author proceeds from sales will be donated directly to the Renal Department at the Credit Valley Hospital in Mississauga, Ontario

Toronto Maple Leafs

Author : Don Cruickshank
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Tales from the Toronto Maple Leafs

Author : David Shoalts
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Former players, coaches, and reporters who have covered the Maple Leafs, from the 1950s to the present, offer their best stories, including new takes on team legends. What the team lacks in recent accomplishments is made up for by their history, which is rich in drama, pathos, and most of all, humor. Photos.

Toronto Maple Leafs

Author : Ross Rennie
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Presents, in text and illustrations., the history of the Toronto Maple Leafs hockey team.

Toronto Maple Leafs

Author : Chrys Goyens
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The story of the Maple Leafs from their beginning in 1926.

The Best of the Toronto Maple Leafs

Author : Todd Kortemeier
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The Official NHL Toronto Maple Leafs Quiz Book

Author : Dan Diamond
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The Official NHL Toronto Maple Leafs Quiz Book is crammed with intriguing questions, information-packed answers, fascinating picture puzzles, and clever quizzes.

Toronto Maple Leafs

Author : Source Wikipedia
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 158. Chapters: Toronto Maple Leafs (International League) players, Toronto Maple Leafs (minor league baseball) managers, Burleigh Grimes, Sparky Anderson, Stan Lopata, Charlie Gehringer, Dick Williams, Lionel Conacher, Luke Sewell, Carl Lundgren, Elston Howard, Chuck Dressen, Jack Kent Cooke, Sparky Lyle, Carl Hubbell, Billy Rogell, Ralph Kiner, Babe Dye, Ed Blake, Rico Carty, Dixie Walker, Hal Woodeshick, Gene Desautels, Hugh Duffy, Jimmy Ripple, Nap Lajoie, Chuck Tanner, Benny Kauff, Earl Battey, Willie Keeler, Rip Sewell, Larry Doyle, George Gibson, Frank Colman, Mike Andrews, Lu Blue, Dolf Luque, Sam Jethroe, Hank Erickson, Bob Elliott, Cal Abrams, Dale Alexander, Goody Rosen, Tony Lazzeri, Joe Altobelli, Russ Nixon, Steve O'Neill, Pop Williams, Hank Biasatti, Gee Walker, Rocky Nelson, Heinie Manush, Arthur Irwin, Oscar Stanage, Frank Barnes, Doc Newton, Reggie Smith, Lloyd Brown, Eddie Sawyer, Red Kress, Joe Foy, Del Bissonette, Lena Blackburne, Joe Kelley, Sad Sam Jones, Freddie Maguire, Ed Killian, Red Barrett, Bill Regan, Ed Barrow, Paul Zahniser, Galen Cisco, George Murray, Ted Kazanski, Nick Altrock, Jim Konstanty, Bill Fischer, Ownie Carroll, Billy DeMars, George Selkirk, Jim Cockman, Ozzie Virgil, Sr., Eddie Kasko, Mel McGaha, Marv Owen, Frank Schulte, Lee Fohl, Johnny Lipon, Neil Chrisley, Bill Norman, Jackie Moore, Dave Morehead, Earl Caldwell, Johnny Allen, Andy Kyle, Claude Raymond, Johnny Cooney, Rip Coleman, Tony Horton, Frank McCormick, Dick Harley, Lou Jackson, Harry Bemis, Herman Long, Ike Boone, Urban Shocker, Harry Chiti, Fred Mitchell, Ed Holly, Rip Collins, Willie Jones, Jerry Stephenson, Jeff Tesreau, Bob Chakales, Joe Birmingham, Syd O'Brien, Morrie Rath, Mike Ryan, Neal Ball, Red Murray, Chet Laabs, Jack Burns, Bill Bradley, Butts Wagner, George McQuinn, Humberto Robinson, Oscar Judd, Johnny...

The Ultimate Road Trip

Author : Mike Wilson
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The Ultimate Leafs Fan makes it his mission to figure out what makes fans bleed blue Mike Wilson, the man ESPN called the “Ultimate Leafs Fan,” attended every Leaf contest of the 2018–19 NHL season. With a foreword from club president Brendan Shanahan and colourful souvenir photos, The Ultimate Road Trip allows fans to vicariously experience the journey of a lifetime, and explores the passion of the sign-waving, fully costumed diehards who fill arenas from Alberta to Anaheim. Who are these people? How did they get there? What motivates them to follow a franchise that hasn’t won a Stanley Cup in a half century? Through 89 games, from October to April, the retired Bay Street trader explored all 31 rinks to document stories of Leafs love. Mike took every conceivable mode of transport, stayed in team hotels and on the couches of family and friends, then went into the cheap seats, private suites, the streets, sports bars, hotel lobbies, and many other unique locations where Leafs Nation gets together, to gather tales both hilarious and heart-wrenching. Media personalities, former players, and NHL celebrities gave Wilson their thoughts on what fuels the Leafs passion.

The Leafs

Author : Jack Batten
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In a story that is rich with insider anecdotes, tales and portraits of the colourful characters who have banged around the boards and boardrooms of Maple Leaf Gardens, Jack Batten gives an account that is nostalgic, funny and entertaining. First published in 1994, The Leafs is back with sixteen new pages of text, eight new pages of colour photographs. The Leafs is a must-have book for both long-time Leaf defenders and the newer generation. This is a dazzling tribute to the showcase of aggressive play, hard work, heart and dedication of a revered team, its coaches and its managers. (1999)

If These Walls Could Talk Toronto Maple Leafs

Author : Lance Hornby
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Chronicling the Maple Leafs for 35 years, longtime Toronto Sun beat reporter Lance Hornby provides access into the Maple Leafs' inner sanctum as only he can. From the heyday of the 1940s when Toronto won five Stanley Cups in Maple Leaf Gardens to the current star-laden era with Auston Matthews and John Tavares, this book provides a one-of-a-kind, insider's look into the great moments and interesting anecdotes from the Leafs' storied history. Read about how a lifetime pass to Leafs games was lost in a poker game; why Charlie Conacher dangled King Clancy by his feet from an open hotel window; how Mike Babcock learned he was related to Dave Keon; the wild times of the historic Gardens during the chaotic Harold Ballard era; and the legendary pranks of Doug Gilmour, whose sense of humour only was rivaled by his skill on the ice.

Defining Moments The Toronto Maple Leafs

Author : Mike Leonetti
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More inspirational hockey stories from the author of Defining Moments centred around one of the Original Six NHL teams: The Toronto Maple Leafs

The Toronto Maple Leafs

Author : Eric Zweig
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A complete history of the Toronto Maple Leafs, as told by the players, coaches, and reporters. On December 19, 1917, the Toronto Arenas took to the ice for the first NHL game ever played. Over the next hundred years, the franchise changed names twice, home rinks twice, and won 13 Stanley Cups on its way to becoming one of the most successful and storied franchises in NHL history. The Toronto Maple Leafs: The Complete Oral History gives the most comprehensive record of the team from its formation to the present day. With first-hand accounts of some of the biggest names ever to play the game — Syl Apps, Darryl Sittler, Mats Sundin — as well as coaches, managers, and commentators, Eric Zweig gives readers the full insider history of Canada’s most iconic team.

The Ghosts in Maple Leaf Gardens

Author : Rick Ferguson
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The Toronto Maple Leafs have not won a Stanley cup since 1967—a burden that long-suffering fans have regrettably had to bear. Ron Bailey, the new director of player personnel for the Leafs, is more than frustrated with his beloved team, who last won the prestigious title when he was just three. Unfortunately, Ron worries that the cynical Canadian fans and media who fear it may be another forty years before the Leafs win another one might be right. Just as he is about to give up hope, Bailey accidentally uncovers a possible reason for the Leafs’ long drought—a curse that has been supposedly placed on the team by the father of Dale McCaine, a former player who, due to tragic circumstances, never had the opportunity to play for a cup. As Bailey’s curiosity peaks, he asks for a meeting with the feisty and feeble Doug McCaine—who asks for a second chance for his deceased son to play for the Stanley Cup in Maple Leaf Gardens. Only then will he lift his curse. In this sports adventure, a young hockey director must orchestrate the game of the century as the spirits of former Leafs’ greats to band together to help a player’s dreams come true.

The Toronto Maple Leaf Hockey Club

Author : Kevin Shea
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Published in partnership with the Toronto Maple Leafs and officially licensed by the NHL, this is the one and only official Toronto Maple Leafs Centennial publication! The Toronto Maple Leafs are one of the most storied franchises in all of sport and without question -- the most recognized team in all of hockey. Through this journey of a hundred years of Maple Leaf hockey, fans will read of ups and downs, triumphs and tears, laughter and laments. This publication tells the Leafs' complete history and introduces fans to coaches, as well as such legends as: Apps and Armstrong, Kennedy and Keon, Broda and Bower, Salming and Sundin, but also players who wore the Blue and White and left far more modest legacies. It takes fans to Toronto's first game, the construction of Maple Leaf Gardens and subsequent move to the Air Canada Centre. It celebrates Toronto's Stanley Cups and Hall of Fame players and demonstrates that through each exciting season, the Toronto Maple Leafs have forever remained our team and enjoyed the incredibly loyal support of a nation of fans. Published in complete partnership with the Toronto Maple Leafs and scheduled to release as the Leafs enter their 100th season, this official centennial publication includes contributions from many of the biggest names in Leaf history. Author Kevin Shea gained unprecedented access to players -- past and present -- as well as team executives to offer this book the most compelling, informed, and accurate portrayal of Toronto's historic hockey team and their important place in both the world of hockey and the culture of Canada. Combined with incredible archival photographs and a truly incredible design, this is the definitive and must have book for fans of the Blue and White.

The Toronto Maple Leafs Stanley Cup Champions 1961 1962

Author : John Morrison
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