Toronto Maple Leafs

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TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS

Prepared for:

Mrs. Johnena Quirke
Communications Instructor

Prepared by:

Michael Kenny
BM/HRM 106A

October 13, 2014

24 Heatherton Place
St. John’s, NL A1E 4P5

October 6, 2015

Mrs. Johnena Quirke
Communications Instructor
Keyin College
44 Austin Street
P.O. Box 13609, Stn. A
St. John’s, NL A1B 4G1

Dear Mrs. Quirke:

Enclosed is my term paper, which was a requirement for my Communications-English 1 course. I chose the topic Toronto Maple Leafs because I have been a fan of the Toronto Maple Leafs since I was a very young boy and wanted to share information with my classmates because they have such a great history.

In researching my paper, I was able to find great amount of information from the internet. I had no restrictions in the gathering of information, which was updated information, on this specific hockey team. A major section of this report that may interest you is about a former player, Doug Gilmore, who was captain of the Toronto Maple Leafs; and my favorite player to ever lace up the skates.

I certainly hope you enjoy reading this paper as I thoroughly enjoyed researching the information found in the contents of the report. If you have any questions or concerns, I may be contacted and day at 764-7560 or by email (mike1_kenny@outlook.com).

Sincerely,

MICHAEL KENNY
BM/HRM 106A

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Letter of Transmittal iii Executive Summary v Introduction 1 History of the Toronto Maple Leafs 2 Who are the Toronto Maple Leafs 2 The Beginning 3 Late 1920s 3 The 1930s 4 The 1940s and 1950s 4 The Last Dynasty in Toronto 6 The 1960s 6 The Famous Year: 1967 7 The Drought 8 The Never Ending Drought 9…...

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