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The Toronto Maple Leafs: The Complete Oral History

The Toronto Maple Leafs: The Complete Oral History

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Book:The Toronto Maple Leafs: The Complete Oral History
Authors: Zweig, Eric
You can read the full book online or download it through the Seneca Online Library

Summary: 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.

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