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Hall of Famer Nels Stewart was Kennedy's coach and mentor and played a major role early in his career.
Hall of Famer Nels Stewart was Kennedy's coach and mentor and played a major role early in his career.
Frank Selke (left), shown here as GM of Montreal, signing Elmer Lach. Earlier, as GM of Toronto Selke had made one of his greatest trades acquiring Ke
Frank Selke (left), shown here as GM of Montreal, signing Elmer Lach. Earlier, as GM of Toronto Selke had made one of his greatest trades acquiring Kennedy's rights from Montreal. A dispute with President Conn Smythe over the trade caused Selke to leave the Leafs for Montreal, who he later built into a powerhouse.
Foster Hewitt's radio broadcasts made Kennedy famous across Canada
Foster Hewitt's radio broadcasts made Kennedy famous across Canada
NHL President Clarence Campbell cleared Kennedy of wrongdoing and rebuked Detroit coach Tommy Ivan for accusing Kennedy of a deliberate attempt to inj
NHL President Clarence Campbell cleared Kennedy of wrongdoing and rebuked Detroit coach Tommy Ivan for accusing Kennedy of a deliberate attempt to injure the Red Wings' Gordie Howe.
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Team photo of the Arenas from the 1917–18 season. The club won its first Stanley Cup in their inaugural season.
Team photo of the Arenas from the 1917–18 season. The club won its first Stanley Cup in their inaugural season.
The Kid Line consisted of Charlie Conacher, Joe Primeau, and Busher Jackson (left to right). They led the Leafs to win the 1932 Stanley Cup, as well a
The Kid Line consisted of Charlie Conacher, Joe Primeau, and Busher Jackson (left to right). They led the Leafs to win the 1932 Stanley Cup, as well as four more Stanley Cup finals appearances over the next six years.
First game between the Leafs and Chicago Blackhawks during the 1994 Stanley Cup playoffs.
First game between the Leafs and Chicago Blackhawks during the 1994 Stanley Cup playoffs.
Mats Sundin in October 1997, shortly after being named Leaf captain.
Mats Sundin in October 1997, shortly after being named Leaf captain.