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  • 1. 

    Who was captain of the 1967 Stanley Cup winners the Toronto Maple Leafs?

    • A.

      Ted Kennedy

    • B.

      Dave Keon

    • C.

      George Armstrong

    • D.

      Doug Gilmour

    Correct Answer
    C. George Armstrong
    Explanation
    George Armstrong was the captain of the 1967 Stanley Cup winners, the Toronto Maple Leafs. He led the team to victory during that season, making him an integral part of their success. Armstrong's leadership skills and on-ice performance were key factors in the team's championship win.

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  • 2. 

    Who was the first Toronto Maple Leaf to wear # 93?

    • A.

      Sergei Berezin

    • B.

      Alexander Godynyuk

    • C.

      Wilf Paiement

    • D.

      Doug Gilmour

    Correct Answer
    B. Alexander Godynyuk
    Explanation
    Alexander Godynyuk was the first Toronto Maple Leaf to wear #93. This can be inferred from the given options as Sergei Berezin, Wilf Paiement, and Doug Gilmour are not mentioned as wearing this number. Therefore, the correct answer is Alexander Godynyuk.

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  • 3. 

    Which former Toronto Maple Leaf scored a Stanley Cup game winning goal, while playing with a broken leg?

    • A.

      Dave Keon

    • B.

      Teeder Kennedy

    • C.

      Bob Baun

    • D.

      Darryl Sittler

    Correct Answer
    C. Bob Baun
    Explanation
    Bob Baun is the correct answer because he is the former Toronto Maple Leaf who scored a Stanley Cup game winning goal while playing with a broken leg. This demonstrates his dedication and determination to help his team succeed, even while injured.

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  • 4. 

    Which Toronto player scored the 1951 Stanley Cup winning goal?

    • A.

      Fern Flaman

    • B.

      Howie Meeker

    • C.

      Bill Barilko

    • D.

      Max Bentley

    Correct Answer
    C. Bill Barilko
    Explanation
    Bill Barilko is the correct answer because he scored the winning goal for the Toronto Maple Leafs in the 1951 Stanley Cup finals. Barilko's goal in overtime secured the championship for the team, and it became a legendary moment in hockey history. Tragically, Barilko went missing during a fishing trip that summer and his body was not found until 1962, leading to the popular belief that the Maple Leafs would only win the Stanley Cup again once his body was discovered, which happened in 1967.

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  • 5. 

    What Maple Leaf legend became the subject of the 1992 song "Fifty Mission Cap" by The Tragically Hip?

    • A.

      Tim Horton

    • B.

      Syl Apps

    • C.

      Howie Meeker

    • D.

      Bill Barilko

    Correct Answer
    D. Bill Barilko
    Explanation
    Bill Barilko is the correct answer because he is the Maple Leaf legend who became the subject of the 1992 song "Fifty Mission Cap" by The Tragically Hip. The song tells the story of Barilko's disappearance and the team's subsequent Stanley Cup victory in 1951. Barilko's tragic death in a plane crash that summer added to the legend surrounding him, making him an iconic figure in Maple Leafs history.

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  • 6. 

    What Toronto Maple Leaf holds the record for most points ever recorded in an NHL game (6 goals, 4 assists)?

    • A.

      Darryl Sittler

    • B.

      Rick Vaive

    • C.

      King Clancy

    • D.

      Gary Leeman

    Correct Answer
    A. Darryl Sittler
    Explanation
    Darryl Sittler holds the record for most points ever recorded in an NHL game with a total of 10 points (6 goals and 4 assists). This achievement occurred on February 7, 1976, when Sittler played for the Toronto Maple Leafs against the Boston Bruins. Sittler's exceptional performance in this game remains a remarkable feat in NHL history.

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  • 7. 

    Which one of these goaltenders once played for the Toronto Planets of Roller Hockey International?

    • A.

      Byron Dafoe

    • B.

      Evgeni Nabokov

    • C.

      Manny Legace

    • D.

      Dan Cloutier

    Correct Answer
    C. Manny Legace
    Explanation
    Manny Legace is the correct answer because he once played for the Toronto Planets of Roller Hockey International.

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  • 8. 

    What year did the Toronto Maple Leafs join the NHL?

    • A.

      1996

    • B.

      1926

    • C.

      1979

    • D.

      1917

    Correct Answer
    B. 1926
    Explanation
    In 1926, the Toronto Maple Leafs joined the NHL.

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  • 9. 

    Who was the losing coach in the 1933 Stanley Cup finals for Toronto Maple Leafs?

    • A.

      Dick Irvin

    • B.

      Scotty Bowman

    • C.

      Jimmy Skinner

    • D.

      G. "Punch" Imlach

    Correct Answer
    A. Dick Irvin
    Explanation
    Dick Irvin was the losing coach in the 1933 Stanley Cup finals for Toronto Maple Leafs.

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  • 10. 

    Who was the losing coach in the 1935 Stanley Cup finals for Toronto Maple Leafs?

    • A.

      Glen Sather

    • B.

      Fred Shero

    • C.

      Pat Quinn

    • D.

      Dick Irvin

    Correct Answer
    D. Dick Irvin
    Explanation
    Dick Irvin was the losing coach in the 1935 Stanley Cup finals for the Toronto Maple Leafs.

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  • 11. 

    Who was the losing coach in the 1939 Stanley Cup finals for Toronto Maple Leafs?

    • A.

      Dick Irvin

    • B.

      Jack Adams

    • C.

      Scotty Bowman

    • D.

      Terry Murray

    Correct Answer
    A. Dick Irvin
    Explanation
    Dick Irvin was the losing coach in the 1939 Stanley Cup finals for the Toronto Maple Leafs.

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  • 12. 

    Who coached the Toronto Maple Leafs during the 1938 NHL season?

    • A.

      Sid Abel

    • B.

      Mike Keenan

    • C.

      Dick Irvin

    • D.

      Ebbie Goodfellow

    Correct Answer
    C. Dick Irvin
    Explanation
    Dick Irvin coached the Toronto Maple Leafs during the 1938 NHL season.

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  • 13. 

    Who coached the Toronto Maple Leafs during the 1960 NHL season?

    • A.

      Dick Irvin

    • B.

      Emile Francis

    • C.

      G. "Punch" Imlach

    • D.

      Don Cherry

    Correct Answer
    C. G. "Punch" Imlach
    Explanation
    During the 1960 NHL season, G. "Punch" Imlach coached the Toronto Maple Leafs.

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  • 14. 

    Who was the losing coach in the 1959 Stanley Cup finals for Toronto Maple Leafs?

    • A.

      Glen Sonmor

    • B.

      G. "Punch" Imlach

    • C.

      Paul Thompson

    • D.

      Fred Shero

    Correct Answer
    B. G. "Punch" Imlach
    Explanation
    In the 1959 Stanley Cup finals, G. "Punch" Imlach was the losing coach for the Toronto Maple Leafs.

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  • 15. 

    Who was the coach of the Stanley Cup Champion Toronto Maple Leafs of 1942?

    • A.

      Clarence "Hap" Day

    • B.

      Larry Robinson

    • C.

      Cecil Hart

    • D.

      Dick Irvin

    Correct Answer
    A. Clarence "Hap" Day
    Explanation
    Clarence "Hap" Day was the coach of the Stanley Cup Champion Toronto Maple Leafs of 1942.

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  • 16. 

    Who was the coach of the Stanley Cup Champion Toronto Maple Leafs of 1948?

    • A.

      Clarence "Hap" Day

    • B.

      John Muckler

    • C.

      Dick Irvin

    • D.

      Scotty Bowman

    Correct Answer
    A. Clarence "Hap" Day
    Explanation
    Clarence "Hap" Day was the coach of the Stanley Cup Champion Toronto Maple Leafs of 1948.

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