46 years ago, the Leafs won it all. These are the people who did it, as seen through their cards.
Back in the summer of 1923, the Ottawa Senators awarded King Clancy what was probably the first no-movement clause in the history of professional hockey.
"The King Clancy Memorial Trophy is awarded annually to the player who best exemplifies leadership qualities on and off the ice and who has made a significant humanitarian contribution to his community."
On Thursday, Oiler Captain Ethan Moreau will be honoured. Moreau does loads of charity work with the Stollery and the Inner City High project with the Oilers. We can critique his play on the ice all we want, but off the ice Moreau gives more to the community than any other Oiler.
Toronto Maple Leafs expense sheet dated April 22, 1959. It relates to a trip made to Montreal by Leafs G.M. Frank "King" Clancy in order to attend what would be the final game of the 1959 Stanley Cup finals. It outlines expenses that Clancy incurred from April 17 to 19. Game five of the best of seven series was played on the 18th and saw the Leafs lose 5 - 3 to the Canadiens thus losing the series four games to one. Larger image here