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Very Good. 8vo. 207 pp. Trade paperback format. Light wear at the corners with a faintly creased spine; no interior markings. The Contents are: Before the Building of the Gardens: Toronto's First Cup Champs; How the Leafs Got Their Name; The Great Inter-city Feud; Eddie Livingstone's Frustration; Toronto Team Scores 20 Goals in First Two NHL Tilts; Getting Rid of Herberts; Caught at the Border; Jockey Claims Credit for Clancy Trade; Clancy's Cunning Saves the Leafs from a Loss; Smythe Primeau Rejected by Rangers; Babe's Mother Taught Him Well; Smythe Dismissed for Failing to Sign Dye; No Puck No Game. Before the Original Six: First Night; The First Great Goalie; Foster's Long Climb; Little Known Facts about the Gardens; The Busher Had Everything and Lost It All; Kid Line Overrated Says Smythe; Charlie Conacher's Shot Almost a Killer; Doraty Ends Torrid Grind; Leafs Missed Boat on Mighty Milt; Lionel Conacher Was a Canny Foe; Smythe Starts Riot in Beantown; Another Smart Move; Toronto Teams Make History-Win All Three Major Championships; Toronto Player Chooses Wedding March Over Victory Parade; Leaf Goalie Sparkles on NHL's First Penalty Shot; Pass Me the Puck; Ace Bailey's Final Game; A Gift Goal for Convey; A Night for the King; Clancy Decides to Get Even; The Tackweight Kid Pulls a Frank Merriwell; An In-depth Look at the Alfie Moore Caper; The Night Clancy Suckered Shore. The Forties: Hockey's Most Incredible Comeback; Arrested in Boston; Gaye Stewart-Jimmy Orlando in Battle Royal; Billy Taylor: Suspended for Life; Bodnar's Records Still Stand; Trade Coup a Costly One for Selke; The Miracle at '45; Rebuilding the Club; Pratt Has Big Problems; Leafs Soar When Rocket Gets Sore; Trading Bentley to Toronto Called Hawks' Biggest Mistake; Two Nags and a Caddie for Max; Day Rewrites Record Book; Kennedy Blamed for Howe Injury; Don't Get Watson Mad; Father Les; Traded for a Press Box. The Fifties: Hainsworth Killed in Head-on Highway Crash; Triumphs and Troubles of the Turkey Man; Smythe Saw Hockey on TV Before Anyone Else; Brewer Was a Rebel; Free Agency: Brewer Created His Own; Punch Imlach's Greatest Thrill; Ankle Injury Leads Kelly to Leafs. The Sixties: Another Classy Captain; Ballard Wields Big Axe; Unpredictable Don Simmons; Shack Gets a Nickname; Pulford Blasts Hayes; Smythe Selected Great Captains; George Chief Armstrong the Native Son; A Raise-You've Got to Be Kidding; Bower the Penny Pincher; Sawchuk's Magnificent Stand; Spoiling Montreal's Planned Party; Moving the Big M; Nailing a Superstar; Forbes Kennedy's Last NHL Game; British Fan Witnesses First Game-and It's a Pip; Dorey's Debut; Dorey Launches Missile-Downs Golden Jet; One More Story from Jim Dorey; Ballard and Obadiac. The Seventies: The Death of a Legend; Plante Tutors Parent; Glennie Versus Mikita-Memories of Moscow; Pyramid Power; Sittler's Record Still Stands; Lop Off His Head Roared Ballard; Rocky's Debut; The Missing Gondola; McKenny's Memories. The Eighties and Nineties: Surely There Are Better Days Ahead; Coach-bashing Becomes Popular; The Woeful '80s and New-look '90s; Cruel Maple Leaf Joke: Highway 11, Maple Leafs 0; Vaive Gets Fifty; From Chicken Swede to Super Swede; Nykoluk and Maloney Bounce Reporter; Tiger Tales; Pal Hal's Most Outrageous Acts; Fletcher Gets Full Marks; Killer Trade Turns Leafs Around; and The Leafs through the Years.
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