Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Toronto Maple Leafs
New Jersey Devils. Leafs were favored.
|Which president of the Maple Leafs is well known for the award named after him?||Toronto Maple Leafs
1927. On February 14th, the Toronto St. Patricks evolved into the Maple Leafs.
13. All of these victories were over original six teams. New York Rangers, Detroit Red Wings, Chicago Blackhawks, and Montreal Canadians.
6. He's spent most of his time in Toronto (85-94, 95-98), but has also played for the Quebec Nordiques (94-95), NY Islanders (95-96), Tampa Bay (98-99), Detroit Red Wings (98-99), and the Chicago Blackhawks (99-00). He also psent 2 season in the WHL (83-85) with Saskatoon Blades.
Bob Probert. The final game was played February 13th 1999 against the Chicago Blackhawks, The same team that opened the Gardens on November 12, 1931. Both games resulted in a loss for the Toronto Maple Leafs.
2. The Maple Leafs have honoured 8 other jerseys but their numbers are still being worn. Those include, Syl Apps, Ted Kennedy, 'Turk' Broda, Johnny Bower, 'King' Clancy, Tim Horton, George Armstrong, and Charlie Conacher.
Todd Warriner. Todd Warriner's greatest achievement. This happened on 20th February 1999, as the Leafs beat the Montreal Canadiens 3-2 in overtime.
Doug Gilmour. He won the award in 1993.
Conn Symthe. Named after the great builder of Maple Leaf Gardens.
|Who did the Toronto Maple Leafs pick in the first round at the 1986 Entry Draft?||Toronto Maple Leafs
Vincent Damphousse . He also played for the Sharks.
|Which former Toronto Maple Leaf goaltender had the most points in a game in the 20th century for a goalie?||Toronto Maple Leafs
Jeff Reese. Jeff had 3 assists in one game.
|How many times have the Toronto Maple Leafs lost in the Stanley Cup Finals in the 20th Century?||Toronto Maple Leafs
8. The last loss was in 1962-1963 season.
|In the playoffs, who is the highest scoring defenseman for Toronto ending with the 2001 season?||Toronto Maple Leafs
Borje Salming. Salming had 49 points in the playoffs as a Leaf.
|When Toronto beat Montreal to win the Stanley Cup in 1967, it was the ______ time the Franchise had won the Cup?||Toronto Maple Leafs
13th. The first win by the franchise was in 1917 as The Arena, then 1922 as St. Pats, 1932 as The Leafs, then came 1942, 1945, three consecutive wins in 1947-48-49, 1951, another three in a row 1962-63-64, and 1967 was their 13th.
Andy Frost. Andy Frost is the new greeter.
|What team was the second last to play at Maple Leaf Gardens, and second to play at Air Canada Centre?||Toronto Maple Leafs
February 13th, 1999. It was against The Chicago Blackhawks. It became the last of the 'original six' arenas in the NHL to stop being used for NHL games.
|When was the last time in the 20th century that the Toronto Maple Leafs had the chance to go to the Stanley Cup finals to face the Montreal Canadians?||Toronto Maple Leafs
1992-1993. The Los Angeles Kings defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs in a heartbreaker to face the Canadians in the finals that year.
|Who was the head coach of The St. John's Maple Leafs (Farm Team) in of 1999?||Toronto Maple Leafs
Al MacAdam. Al was named the fourth coach of the team.
3. The Arenas (1917-19), The St.Patricks (1919-1926), and The Leafs (from 1926). The Toronto Blueshirts played in the NHA from 1912-1917 and then folded (it is not the same franchise).
|How many Toronto Maple Leafs players are in the Hockey Hall of Fame, ending with the 2001 season?||Toronto Maple Leafs
34. Red Horner, George Armstrong, and Johnny Bower, are some of the notables.
Superman. He played for Toronto, New York Rangers, Pittsburgh and Buffalo over 24 seasons: 1446 games, 115 goals, 403 assists and 518 points. He was killed in a car crash returning to Buffalo after a game. Founder of the Tim Horton's Donut chain. He also opened a Fastfood Restaurant in Notrh Bay Ontario Canada called Tim Horton's Charchoal Broiled Burgers.
Butch. He was also called 'Strangler'. He played 14 seasons with Vancouver, St.Louis, Quebec and Toronto: 897 games, 48 goals, 158 assists and 206 points from 1981-82 to 1994-95.
Turk. Also called 'Fatman' and 'Old Slippery' he played for 14 seasons ALL for Toronto: 629 games, 302 wins, 224 losses, 101 ties, 62 career shut-outs from 1936-37 to 1951-52.
The China Wall. 15 seasons for New York Rangers and Toronto: 552 games, 250 wins, 195 losses, 90 ties and 37 career shut-outs.
Bash. Also called 'Booter' he played 10 seasons for Toronto, Hartford and Pittsburgh: 756 games, 171 goals, 282 assists and 453 points.
Nick the Stick. Also called 'Stick' he played 6 seasons for Toronto, Calgary and Dallas for a total of 162 games, 49 goals, 74 assists, and 123 points.