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Leafs vs. Sens
In which I experience a Torontonian right of passage
I have two tickets to the Leafs vs Senators game tonight. This is my first live-action NHL game, despite the fact I grew up in a hockey family
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My seat: off centre, behind the net
Leafs To Honour 1963 Stanley Cup Champions
The Toronto Maple Leafs announced Friday that the hockey club will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the 1963 Stanley Cup championship team in a ceremony prior to Saturday’s home game against the Ottawa Senators at Air Canada Centre.
Several players from the Leafs’ 1963 team will be honoured at Saturday’s game and will participate in the pregame ceremonial faceoff. Players expected to be in attendance include: George Armstrong, Johnny Bower,Dick Duff, Larry Hillman, Red Kelly, Dave Keon, John MacMillan, Bob Nevin, Bob Pulford and Eddie Shack.
Many hockey historians consider the 1963 Leafs and 11th Stanley Cup championship club, as arguably the greatest team in franchise history. Players from this team won a combined 65 Stanley Cups with the Leafs throughout their respective careers. As well, a total of nine players from this Stanley Cup championship club have been inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
The 1963 Leafs, who won their second of three consecutive Stanley Cups and second of four championships in the 1960’s, finished first overall in the regular season for the first time since 1947-48. In the playoffs, the Leafs won the Semi-Final series in five games (4-1) over the Montreal Canadiens and then clinched the title at Maple Leaf Gardens by defeating the Detroit Red Wings in Game 5 by a 3-1 score. Read more at the official Maple Leafs site.
Mandatory pre-game listening inspired by the mysterious disappearance of Leafs player Bill Barilko in 1950 (the last goal he ever scored won the Leafs the cup)
Game preview: Senators trying to move on without Karlsson
Season series: This is the first of five matchups this season between these Northeast Division rivals, who will play each other twice in the next week. The teams tied the Battle of Ontario last season, splitting the six-game season series with the road team winning four of the six games.
Big story: The Maple Leafs are looking to get back on the winning track after having their four-game win streak snapped Thursday in Carolina. But the prevailing story of this game no doubt will be how the Senators move on without defending Norris Trophy winner Erik Karlsson, who is done for the season after sustaining a cut to his Achilles tendon against the Penguins on Wednesday.
Injury reportimage by USA Today Sportsby dana on Feb 16, 2013 at 11:19 AMOutside of Karlsson and star centre Jason Spezza, the Senators also are missing All-Star Milan Michalek (sprained knee), as well as Jared Cowan (hip surgery), Peter Regin (upper body) and Guillaume Latendresse (upper body).
Along with scoring forward Matt Frattin and goaltender James Reimer (lower body injury), the Leafs are without Joffrey Lupul (broken arm) and Carl Gunnarsson (strained hip).
It's a tough blow. Obviously, the way he's playing and how much he means to our team, it feels terrible and I feel really bad for him.-Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson on All-Star Erik Karlsson's season-ending injury
Senators to fans: Don't sell tickets to Leafs loversThe so-called battle for Ontario came to a head earlier this week when Sens season ticket holders received an e-mail. A CTV reporter writes:
The Senators have sent an email to season ticket holders, telling them not to resell their seats to fans of rival teams -- meaning, it seems, the Leafs.
In its "Take Back the Bank" promotion, the Senators are offering season ticket holders a chance to buy extra tickets to home games against the Leafs at a 20 per cent discount -- provided the seats are filled by Senators fans only.
Air Canada Centre rules for fansCan I bring my camera to an event?
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it's been 50 years since the 1963 #leafs won the stanley cup: email your favourite memories to email@example.com http://reporterly.scribblelive.com/Event/Leafs_vs_Sensby dana lacey via twitter 2/16/2013 9:29:24 PM
My first leafs game
My earliest Leaf memory was watching the game at home with my dad. He grew
up in a Leafs home too.
Ashleigh in Weston
Several households of my family are watching the game tonight. Here's my nieces, Emma and Kayla. I'm publishing this to display the obvious bias my coverage will have tonight.by dana on Feb 16, 2013 at 5:12 PMKayla and Emmaby Shanna Searle on Feb 16, 2013 at 5:17 PM via emailPreviousNext
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My dad is coming to the game with me. He's a hardcore leafs fan, he grew up in Weston and remembers the players that'll be honoured at tonight's Stanley Cup ceremony. He also knows a surpassingly large amount of gossip about all things hockey. I'll take notes here.
Liveblogger rule number one
Liveblogger rule number two
Snow is coming down strong. The Gardiner is closed. Good night to stay in and watch the game.
Sens without Karlsson and Spezza tonight. At least we still have #Alfie.by Sarah Millar via twitter 2/17/2013 12:03:41 AM
We have arrived, despite the storm
First things first
Even a non-Leafs fan can enjoy a Leafs tribute when it includes a Fun song.by Sarah Millar via twitter 2/17/2013 12:08:38 AM
“I clapped for you. You didn’t clap for me?” Ha! Awesome!
The 1963 all stats roll in
The Sens arrive. Typical Toronto greeting
The home team
Let the battle of Ontario commence
Rolling Stones tunes between plays
Booing the ref now...
Pretty awesome view
My beer has a plastic lid #genius
Sweepers sweep and triumph
My dad is in his element
The electronic billboard lining the ACC was just filled with giant M&Ms.
Standing ovation for a Canadian troop
By the way..I have no intention of providing a play by play. If I did, it would look like this:
sen does something crowd doesn't like, crowd boos...
Nice save by the leaf's goalie, crowd whistles
This Leaf had a hit song. Here it is
Well the first period could have gone much worse than it did.by Sarah Millar via twitter 2/17/2013 12:54:05 AM
The Timbits take the ice after the first period. Adorable
There's a lot of falling