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  • Published in complete partnership with the Toronto Maple Leafs and scheduled to release as the Leafs enter their 100th season, this official centennial publication includes contributions from many of the biggest names in Leaf history. This is the definitive and must have book for fans of the Blue and White.

  • The only player to have won eight Stanley Cups without playing for Montreal, Red began his life in hockey on the cedar swamps near Port Dover, Ontario, and went on to win accolades and championships as a Detroit Red Wing and Toronto Maple Leaf. This is a fascinating biography of a life well lived — on and off the ice.

  • Funny, fierce, and gritty, Bleeding Blue recounts every struggle and success of Wendel Clark’s rough-and-tumble journey to becoming one of hockey’s greatest heroes. Emotional and uplifting, Bleeding Blue is the story of a man who refused to say no, who wore his heart on his sleeve, and who would do anything to keep going, even when everything told him to...

  • The incredible story of the life and phenomenal career of one of the greatest players to ever wear a Maple Leafs uniform, told through stories and never-before-seen photographs. Now, #27 looks back at his incredible career and greatest moments on and off the ice.

  • As the NHL's youngest-ever General Manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs at the age 30 and with his enviable career in broadcasting and television, Gord Stellick has brought his own inimitable style to the game. Stellicktricity is a celebration of what makes hockey great, the heart and passion of it, and the fun stuff too. 278 pp.

  • This beautifully designed compendium contains a wealth of information and unique stats - including a complete register of every player to have worn the famous Maple Leafs sweater - as well as entertaining stories, fascinating trivia, and striking photographs. This is the ultimate book for true blue & white fans. Written by Andrew Podnieks. 339 pp.

  • Defining Moments is a book that celebrates the Toronto Maple Leafs. 100 moments are profiled, highlighting a great moment that defined, started or rejuvenated a career. You'll also get the story behind each amazing player. Packed full of Hall of Famers and other great stars of the past and present, and even forgotten favourites that will ignite cherished...

  • A stint with the Leafs, no matter how short, carries a certain cachet; the names and sweater numbers, and the compelling stories behind them, live on as trivia talk for years. Featuring 256 players, Cup of Coffee tells those stories with full-colour action pictures.

  • With M is For Maple Leafs, children will discover the alphabet while being introduced to interesting and memorable Leafs history. From hockey heroes to terminology and places and things, the world of hockey is revealed in this fun and lively picture book. 32 pp.

  • Toronto Maple Leafs - Diary of a Dynasty 1957-1967 chronicles those wonderful seasons from 1957-1967 when the Maple Leafs skyrocketed from last place to become a powerhouse team that won the Stanley Cup in three consecutive years - 1962, 1963 and 1964 - and went on to enjoy an outstanding victory over their archrival, the Montreal Canadiens, to win the...

  • Written in Blue & White chronicles Allan Stitt's impressive collection of historically important hockey-related documents, unearthing gem after gem that details the stories of the Toronto Maple Leafs through the past century. The documents that breathe life into Written in Blue & White are complemented by a wide variety of stunning and rare photos...

  • With complete access access to the Gardens, from the catwalks to the roof to the dressing room, the Ballard bunker, the HNIC studio and the cubby holes that made the Carlton St. Cashbox run, Graig Abel documented many highlights from Canada's multi-purpose venue. Together with columnist Lance Hornsby, he takes readers from Maple Leaf Gardens' unlikely...

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