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1963-64 Toronto Maple Leafs

1963–64 Toronto Maple Leafs · NHL
Stanley Cup Champions
Division 3rd NHL
1963–64 record 33–25–12
Goals for 192
Goals against 172
General Manager Punch Imlach
Coach Punch Imlach
Captain George Armstrong
Arena Maple Leaf Gardens
Team leaders
Goals Frank Mahovlich (26)
Assists Dave Keon (37)
Points Dave Keon (60)
Penalties in minutes Eddie Shack (128)
Wins Johnny Bower (24)
Goals against average Johnny Bower (2.11)

The Toronto Maple Leafs season involved winning the Stanley Cup.

OffseasonEdit

Regular seasonEdit

On November 8, 1963: Maple Leaf Gardens would be the first arena in the NHL to have separate penalty boxes. [1]

Season standingsEdit

National Hockey League
GP W L T GF GA PIM Pts
Montreal Canadiens 70 36 21 13 209 167 982 85
Chicago Black Hawks 70 36 22 12 218 169 1116 84
Toronto Maple Leafs 70 33 25 12 192 172 928 78
Detroit Red Wings 70 30 29 11 191 204 771 71
New York Rangers 70 22 38 10 186 242 715 54
Boston Bruins 70 18 40 12 170 212 858 48

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, PIM = Penalties in minutes
Teams that qualified for playoffs are highlighted in bold.

Game logEdit

No. R Date Score Opponent Record
1WOctober 12, 19635–1 Boston Bruins (1963–64) 1–0–0
2LOctober 13, 19632–4 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 1–1–0
3WOctober 16, 19634–2 @ Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 2–1–0
4WOctober 19, 19632–1 Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 3–1–0
5LOctober 20, 19632–3 @ Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 3–2–0
6WOctober 26, 19636–4 New York Rangers (1963–64) 4–2–0
7LOctober 27, 19630–2 @ Boston Bruins (1963–64) 4–3–0
8WOctober 30, 19636–3 Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 5–3–0
9LNovember 2, 19630–2 Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 5–4–0
10WNovember 7, 19634–3 @ Boston Bruins (1963–64) 6–4–0
11TNovember 9, 19633–3 Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 6–4–1
12TNovember 13, 19632–2 @ Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 6–4–2
13WNovember 14, 19635–4 @ New York Rangers (1963–64) 7–4–2
14WNovember 16, 19635–4 New York Rangers (1963–64) 8–4–2
15LNovember 17, 19630–6 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 8–5–2
16LNovember 20, 19631–3 Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 8–6–2
17WNovember 23, 19634–1 Boston Bruins (1963–64) 9–6–2
18TNovember 24, 19633–3 @ New York Rangers (1963–64) 9–6–3
19LNovember 28, 19630–2 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 9–7–3
20TNovember 30, 19631–1 Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 9–7–4
21WDecember 1, 19634–1 @ Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 10–7–4
22WDecember 4, 19633–0 Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 11–7–4
23WDecember 7, 19633–0 Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 12–7–4
24WDecember 8, 19635–3 @ Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 13–7–4
25LDecember 11, 19631–3 Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 13–8–4
26WDecember 14, 19635–3 New York Rangers (1963–64) 14–8–4
27TDecember 15, 19634–4 @ Boston Bruins (1963–64) 14–8–5
28LDecember 18, 19633–7 @ Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 14–9–5
29WDecember 21, 19632–0 Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 15–9–5
30TDecember 22, 19631–1 @ New York Rangers (1963–64) 15–9–6
31WDecember 25, 19635–1 @ Boston Bruins (1963–64) 16–9–6
32WDecember 28, 19632–0 Boston Bruins (1963–64) 17–9–6
33LDecember 29, 19630–2 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 17–10–6
34WDecember 31, 19635–4 @ Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 18–10–6
35WJanuary 4, 19643–0 Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 19–10–6
36LJanuary 5, 19642–3 @ New York Rangers (1963–64) 19–11–6
37WJanuary 8, 19646–1 Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 20–11–6
38WJanuary 11, 19643–1 Boston Bruins (1963–64) 21–11–6
39LJanuary 12, 19643–6 @ Boston Bruins (1963–64) 21–12–6
40LJanuary 15, 19644–5 New York Rangers (1963–64) 21–13–6
41LJanuary 18, 19640–11 Boston Bruins (1963–64) 21–14–6
42WJanuary 19, 19642–0 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 22–14–6
43LJanuary 22, 19640–3 Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 22–15–6
44TJanuary 25, 19641–1 New York Rangers (1963–64) 22–15–7
45LJanuary 26, 19640–2 @ Boston Bruins (1963–64) 22–16–7
46LJanuary 29, 19641–2 @ Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 22–17–7
47WFebruary 1, 19645–1 Boston Bruins (1963–64) 23–17–7
48TFebruary 2, 19642–2 @ Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 23–17–8
49LFebruary 5, 19640–2 Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 23–18–8
50TFebruary 8, 19643–3 Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 23–18–9
51LFebruary 9, 19641–2 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 23–19–9
52LFebruary 12, 19640–4 @ Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 23–20–9
53WFebruary 15, 19644–0 Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 24–20–9
54LFebruary 16, 19642–4 @ New York Rangers (1963–64) 24–21–9
55TFebruary 19, 19641–1 Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 24–21–10
56WFebruary 22, 19645–2 New York Rangers (1963–64) 25–21–10
57WFebruary 23, 19644–3 @ New York Rangers (1963–64) 26–21–10
58LFebruary 26, 19640–1 @ Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 26–22–10
59WFebruary 29, 19644–1 Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 27–22–10
60LMarch 1, 19643–5 @ Boston Bruins (1963–64) 27–23–10
61LMarch 3, 19642–3 @ Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 27–24–10
62TMarch 4, 19644–4 Boston Bruins (1963–64) 27–24–11
63WMarch 7, 19644–2 Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 28–24–11
64LMarch 8, 19643–4 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 28–25–11
65WMarch 11, 19641–0 Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 29–25–11
66WMarch 14, 19647–3 New York Rangers (1963–64) 30–25–11
67WMarch 15, 19643–1 @ New York Rangers (1963–64) 31–25–11
68TMarch 18, 19642–2 @ Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 31–25–12
69WMarch 21, 19645–3 Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 32–25–12
70WMarch 22, 19644–1 @ Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 33–25–12

Player statsEdit

Regular seasonEdit

Scoring
Player GP G A Pts PIM
Dave Keon 70 23 37 60 6
Frank Mahovlich 70 26 29 55 66
Bob Pulford 70 18 30 48 73
Red Kelly 70 11 34 45 16
George Armstrong 66 20 17 37 14
Tim Horton 70 9 20 29 71
Allan Stanley 70 6 21 27 60
Eddie Shack 64 11 10 21 128
Ron Stewart 65 14 5 19 46
Jim Pappin 50 11 8 19 33
Bob Nevin 49 7 12 19 26
Billy Harris 63 6 12 18 17
Bob Baun 52 4 14 18 113
Andy Bathgate 15 3 15 18 8
Dick Duff 52 7 10 17 59
Don McKenney 15 9 6 15 2
Carl Brewer 57 4 9 13 114
Larry Hillman 33 0 4 4 31
Ed Litzenberger 19 2 0 2 0
Gerry Ehman 4 1 1 2 0
Al Arbour 6 0 1 1 0
Kent Douglas 43 0 1 1 29
Johnny Bower 51 0 0 0 4
Arnie Brown 4 0 0 0 6
Ron Ellis 1 0 0 0 0
John MacMillan 13 0 0 0 4
Don Simmons 21 0 0 0 0
Pete Stemkowski 1 0 0 0 2
Goaltending
Player MIN GP W L T GA GAA SA SV SV% SO
Johnny Bower 3009 51 24 16 11 106 2.11 5
Don Simmons 1191 21 9 9 1 63 3.17 3
Team: 4200 70 33 25 12 169 2.41 8

PlayoffsEdit

Scoring
Player GP G A Pts PIM
Frank Mahovlich 14 4 11 15 20
George Armstrong 14 5 8 13 10
Red Kelly 14 4 9 13 4
Don McKenney 12 4 8 12 0
Dave Keon 14 7 2 9 2
Andy Bathgate 14 5 4 9 25
Bob Pulford 14 5 3 8 20
Allan Stanley 14 1 6 7 20
Bob Baun 14 2 3 5 42
Tim Horton 14 0 4 4 20
Ron Stewart 14 0 4 4 24
Billy Harris 9 1 1 2 4
Gerry Ehman 9 1 0 1 4
Carl Brewer 12 0 1 1 30
Eddie Shack 13 0 1 1 25
Al Arbour 1 0 0 0 0
Johnny Bower 14 0 0 0 0
Larry Hillman 11 0 0 0 2
Ed Litzenberger 1 0 0 0 10
Jim Pappin 11 0 0 0 0
Goaltending
Player MIN GP W L T GA GAA SA SV SV% SO
Johnny Bower 850 14 8 6 30 2.12 2
Team: 850 14 8 6 30 2.12 2

[2]

PlayoffsEdit

Stanley Cup FinalsEdit

This series is famous for the courageous play of Bob Baun. In game six of the Finals, he took a Gordie Howe slapshot on his ankle and had to leave play. He returned in overtime and scored the winning goal. He also played in game seven despite the pain and only after the series was over, was it revealed that he had broken the ankle.

Detroit Red Wings vs. Toronto Maple Leafs

Date Visitors Score Home Score Notes
April 11 Detroit 2 Toronto 3
April 14 Detroit 4 Toronto 3 OT
April 16 Toronto 3 Detroit 4
April 18 Toronto 4 Detroit 2
April 21 Detroit 2 Toronto 1
April 23 Toronto 4 Detroit 3 OT
April 25 Detroit 0 Toronto 4

Toronto wins Stanley Cup four games to three

1964 Toronto Maple Leafs Stanley Cup ChampionsEdit

Johnny Bower, Don Simmons, Carl Brewer, Tim Horton, Bob Baun, Allan Stanley, Al Arbour, Larry Hillman, Red Kelly, Gerry Ehman, George Armstrong (captain), Frank Mahovlich, Andy Bathgate, Ron Stewart, Billy Harris, Bob Pulford, Eddie Shack, Dave Keon, Ed Litzenberger, Jim Pappin, Punch Imlach (manager-coach), Bob Haggert (trainer)

Awards and recordsEdit

Notable GamesEdit

Boston 11 Toronto 0: Jan 18,1964

Farm TeamsEdit

Game AdsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Hockey’s Book of Firsts, p.72, James Duplacey, JG Press, ISBN 978-1-57215-037-9
  2. 1963-64 Toronto Maple Leafs Statistics - Hockey-Reference.com. hockey-reference.com. Retrieved on 2009-05-26.

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