I recently realized I had not yet posted my 1962/63 program which was hiding in plain sight on my Leafs goalies shelf in the Den. Issued for the game on February 16, 1963 against the Rangers, a game won 4-2 by the Leafs as Don Simmons out-dueled Gump Worsley in the nets.
I would kill for one of the T-shirts from York peanut butter.
Here's a photo of a horse kissing Eddie Shack.
Another riveting pic of The Big M, Frank Mahovlich enjoying a cup of coffee.
A new innovation at this time was the broadcasting of live road games in a local movie theatre. $2.50 for the best seat seems a tad steep to watch on a screen (the internet tells me that is equal to roughly $20 today), I suppose there were zero other options though.
Leafs trainer Bob Haggert also sold Volkswagens on the side, because he had to.
The Leafs goaltending tandem of Bower and Simmons just missed out on the Vezina Trophy by a mere two goals to Glenn Hall and the Black Hawks.
These Leafs made a tidy $20 each for appearing in this add for Hearn Pontiac. The graphic artist made at least that much for the fine cut and paste pre-photoshop job.
If you grew up in Toronto, you are familiar with Shopsy's hot dogs. They really were good.