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91-92TorML
1991–92 Toronto Maple Leafs · NHL
Division 5th Norris
Conference 10th Clarence Campbell
1991–92 record 30–43–7
Home record 21–16–3
Road record 9–27–4
Goals for 234
Goals against 294
General Manager Cliff Fletcher
Coach Tom Watt
Captain Wendel Clark
Arena Maple Leaf Gardens
Team leaders
Goals Glenn Anderson (24)
Assists Doug Gilmour (34)
Points Glenn Anderson (57)
Penalties in minutes Bob Halkidis (145)
Wins Grant Fuhr (25)
Goals against average Felix Potvin (2.29)


OffseasonEdit

NHL draftEdit

Round # Player Nationality College/junior/club team
3 47 Yanic Perreault Flag of Canada.svg Canada Trois Rivieres Draveurs (QMJHL)
  • Grant Fuhr was traded by Oilers with RW/LW Glenn Anderson and LW Craig Berube to the Toronto Maple Leafs for LW Vincent Damphousse, D Luke Richardson, G Peter Ing, C Scott Thornton and future considerations, September 19, 1991.

Regular seasonEdit

After starting the season with a 2-1 record, a loss to the Washington Capitals on October 9 began what would become a seven game losing streak. As the losses piled up, two intrepid Leafs fans from Wilfred Laurier University went so far as to camp out on their Waterloo rooftop in hopes of inspiring the team to finally win. Enduring poor weather and the scorn of non-Leafs fans across their campus, Brian Gear and Fab Antonelli became minor media celebrities during their quixotic quest. After a disheartening loss to the Detroit Red Wings on October 25, the weary pair were finally able to return to their own beds when the Leafs defeated the Red Wings 6-1 on October 26.[1]

The Doug Gilmour tradeEdit

Several months after the Toronto Maple Leafs hired Cliff Fletcher to be their new general manager, Fletcher made a blockbuster trade with Calgary (where he had previously been general manager). On January 2, 1992, the Maple Leafs acquired Doug Gilmour, along with Jamie Macoun, Ric Nattress, Kent Manderville and Rick Wamsley, in exchange for Gary Leeman, Alexander Godynyuk, Jeff Reese, Michel Petit and Craig Berube. The 10 player deal was the largest in NHL history and, statistically speaking, one of the most lopsided.

Season standingsEdit

Norris Division GP W L T Pts GF GA
Detroit Red Wings 80 43 25 12 98 320 256
Chicago Blackhawks 80 36 29 15 87 257 236
St. Louis Blues 80 36 33 11 83 279 266
Minnesota North Stars 80 32 42 6 70 246 278
Toronto Maple Leafs 80 30 43 7 67 234 294
[2]

Game logEdit

No. R Date Score Opponent Record
1LOctober 3, 19913–4 @ Montreal Canadiens (1991–92) 0–1–0
2WOctober 5, 19918–5 Detroit Red Wings (1991–92) 1–1–0
3WOctober 7, 19913–0 St. Louis Blues (1991–92) 2–1–0
4LOctober 9, 19914–5 Washington Capitals (1991–92) 2–2–0
5LOctober 12, 19911–2 Vancouver Canucks (1991–92) 2–3–0
6LOctober 15, 19911–5 @ St. Louis Blues (1991–92) 2–4–0
7LOctober 17, 19914–6 @ Calgary Flames (1991–92) 2–5–0
8LOctober 19, 19912–4 @ Winnipeg Jets (1991–92) 2–6–0
9LOctober 21, 19911–4 @ Vancouver Canucks (1991–92) 2–7–0
10LOctober 25, 19910–4 @ Detroit Red Wings (1991–92) 2–8–0
11WOctober 26, 19916–1 Detroit Red Wings (1991–92) 3–8–0
12TOctober 28, 19911–1 OT St. Louis Blues (1991–92) 3–8–1
13LNovember 1, 19910–4 @ Washington Capitals (1991–92) 3–9–1
14LNovember 2, 19912–5 Los Angeles Kings (1991–92) 3–10–1
15WNovember 4, 19914–1 San Jose Sharks (1991–92) 4–10–1
16WNovember 6, 19914–3 Minnesota North Stars (1991–92) 5–10–1
17TNovember 8, 19913–3 OT @ New York Rangers (1991–92) 5–10–2
18LNovember 9, 19911–6 Calgary Flames (1991–92) 5–11–2
19LNovember 12, 19910–7 @ Minnesota North Stars (1991–92) 5–12–2
20LNovember 14, 19910–3 @ Chicago Blackhawks (1991–92) 5–13–2
21TNovember 16, 19912–2 OT Chicago Blackhawks (1991–92) 5–13–3
22LNovember 17, 19911–3 Hartford Whalers (1991–92) 5–14–3
23LNovember 20, 19912–5 @ St. Louis Blues (1991–92) 5–15–3
24WNovember 22, 19913–1 @ San Jose Sharks (1991–92) 6–15–3
25TNovember 26, 19914–4 OT @ Los Angeles Kings (1991–92) 6–15–4
26WNovember 29, 19913–2 @ Minnesota North Stars (1991–92) 7–15–4
27LNovember 30, 19913–4 Minnesota North Stars (1991–92) 7–16–4
28WDecember 4, 19913–0 @ Hartford Whalers (1991–92) 8–16–4
29WDecember 7, 19916–3 Vancouver Canucks (1991–92) 9–16–4
30LDecember 9, 19911–4 Montreal Canadiens (1991–92) 9–17–4
31LDecember 11, 19914–5 New York Islanders (1991–92) 9–18–4
32TDecember 12, 19911–1 OT @ Philadelphia Flyers (1991–92) 9–18–5
33LDecember 14, 19913–4 @ Boston Bruins (1991–92) 9–19–5
34LDecember 18, 19915–7 Edmonton Oilers (1991–92) 9–20–5
35LDecember 20, 19913–4 @ Washington Capitals (1991–92) 9–21–5
36LDecember 21, 19911–4 Buffalo Sabres (1991–92) 9–22–5
37WDecember 23, 19913–1 Winnipeg Jets (1991–92) 10–22–5
38LDecember 26, 19911–12 @ Pittsburgh Penguins (1991–92) 10–23–5
39LDecember 28, 19914–5 Detroit Red Wings (1991–92) 10–24–5
40LDecember 30, 19912–5 @ Quebec Nordiques (1991–92) 10–25–5
41LJanuary 3, 19924–6 @ Detroit Red Wings (1991–92) 10–26–5
42LJanuary 4, 19922–4 Chicago Blackhawks (1991–92) 10–27–5
43WJanuary 6, 19923–2 OT St. Louis Blues (1991–92) 11–27–5
44LJanuary 9, 19920–2 @ Chicago Blackhawks (1991–92) 11–28–5
45WJanuary 11, 19924–3 @ New Jersey Devils (1991–92) 12–28–5
46LJanuary 16, 19920–4 @ Chicago Blackhawks (1991–92) 12–29–5
47LJanuary 22, 19922–5 Boston Bruins (1991–92) 12–30–5
48WJanuary 23, 19924–3 @ New York Islanders (1991–92) 13–30–5
49WJanuary 25, 19926–4 Philadelphia Flyers (1991–92) 14–30–5
50WJanuary 29, 19925–2 Quebec Nordiques (1991–92) 15–30–5
51WFebruary 1, 19926–4 New Jersey Devils (1991–92) 16–30–5
52LFebruary 3, 19922–4 @ Minnesota North Stars (1991–92) 16–31–5
53WFebruary 5, 19923–2 OT Minnesota North Stars (1991–92) 17–31–5
54WFebruary 7, 19924–3 @ Detroit Red Wings (1991–92) 18–31–5
55WFebruary 8, 19926–4 Montreal Canadiens (1991–92) 19–31–5
56WFebruary 11, 19924–3 Detroit Red Wings (1991–92) 20–31–5
57LFebruary 15, 19921–3 Winnipeg Jets (1991–92) 20–32–5
58WFebruary 16, 19927–5 Edmonton Oilers (1991–92) 21–32–5
59LFebruary 18, 19921–7 @ Pittsburgh Penguins (1991–92) 21–33–5
60LFebruary 20, 19922–3 @ Detroit Red Wings (1991–92) 21–34–5
61LFebruary 22, 19923–4 @ St. Louis Blues (1991–92) 21–35–5
62TFebruary 25, 19925–5 OT New Jersey Devils (1991–92) 21–35–6
63LFebruary 27, 19922–4 @ Boston Bruins (1991–92) 21–36–6
64WFebruary 29, 19926–5 OT Chicago Blackhawks (1991–92) 22–36–6
65WMarch 1, 19926–2 Minnesota North Stars (1991–92) 23–36–6
66WMarch 4, 19925–2 @ Edmonton Oilers (1991–92) 24–36–6
67TMarch 5, 19925–5 OT @ Calgary Flames (1991–92) 24–36–7
68LMarch 8, 19921–4 @ San Jose Sharks (1991–92) 24–37–7
69LMarch 9, 19921–4 @ Los Angeles Kings (1991–92) 24–38–7
70WMarch 11, 19923–0 @ Minnesota North Stars (1991–92) 25–38–7
71WMarch 14, 19926–3 Pittsburgh Penguins (1991–92) 26–38–7
72WMarch 17, 19924–3 OT Quebec Nordiques (1991–92) 27–38–7
73LMarch 21, 19921–3 Chicago Blackhawks (1991–92) 27–39–7
74WMarch 23, 19923–2 St. Louis Blues (1991–92) 28–39–7
75LMarch 25, 19922–5 @ Buffalo Sabres (1991–92) 28–40–7
76WMarch 28, 19923–2 @ St. Louis Blues (1991–92) 29–40–7
77LMarch 29, 19921–5 @ Chicago Blackhawks (1991–92) 29–41–7
78LApril 12, 19922–6 New York Islanders (1991–92) 29–42–7
79LApril 13, 19922–6 @ Philadelphia Flyers (1991–92) 29–43–7
80WApril 15, 19924–2 New York Rangers (1991–92) 30–43–7

Player statsEdit

ForwardsEdit

Note: GP= Games played; G= Goals; A= Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalties in minutes

Player GP G A Pts PIM
Glenn Anderson 72 24 33 57 100
Doug Gilmour 40 15 34 49 32
Peter Zezel 64 16 33 49 26
Wendel Clark 43 19 21 40 123
Brian Bradley 59 10 21 31 48
Mike Bullard 65 14 14 28 40
Daniel Marois 63 15 11 26 76
Mike Krushelnyski 72 9 15 24 72
Rob Pearson 47 14 10 24 58
Gary Leeman 34 7 13 20 44
Lucien DeBlois 54 8 11 19 39
Claude Loiselle 64 6 9 15 102
Mike Foligno 33 6 8 14 50

DefencemenEdit

Note: GP= Games played; G= Goals; A= Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalties in minutes

Player GP G A Pts PIM
Dave Ellett 79 18 33 51 95
Bob Rouse 79 3 19 22 97
Todd Gill 74 2 15 17 91
Ric Nattress 36 2 14 16 32
Jamie Macoun 39 3 13 16 18
Michel Petit 34 1 13 14 85
Darryl Shannon 48 2 8 10 23
Alexander Godynyuk 31 3 6 9 59
Bob Halkidis 46 3 3 6 145
Dmitri Mironov 7 1 0 1 0
Drake Berehowsky 1 0 0 0 0
Len Esau 2 0 0 0 0

GoaltendingEdit

Note: GP= Games played; W= Wins; L= Losses; T = Ties; SO = Shutouts; GAA = Goals Against Average

Player GP W L T SO GAA
Grant Fuhr 66 25 33 5 2 2.66

RosterEdit

1991-92 Toronto Maple Leafs
Goaltenders

Defensemen

Wingers

Centres


TransactionsEdit

The Maple Leafs have been involved in the following transactions during the 1991-92 season.

TradesEdit

July 26, 1991 To Philadelphia Flyers
3rd round pick in 1993 - Vaclav Prospal
To Toronto Maple Leafs
Mike Bullard
September 19, 1991 To Edmonton Oilers
Vincent Damphousse
Peter Ing
Scott Thornton
Luke Richardson
Cash
To Toronto Maple Leafs
Glenn Anderson
Grant Fuhr
Craig Berube
October 7, 1991 To Edmonton Oilers
Cash
To Toronto Maple Leafs
Ken Linseman
December 18, 1991 To Vancouver Canucks
Tom Fergus
To Toronto Maple Leafs
Cash
December 26, 1991 To New York Rangers
Mike Stevens
To Toronto Maple Leafs
Guy Larose
January 2, 1992 To Calgary Flames
Craig Berube
Alexander Godynyuk
Gary Leeman
Michel Petit
Jeff Reese
To Toronto Maple Leafs
Doug Gilmour
Jamie Macoun
Ric Nattress
Rick Wamsley
Kent Manderville
February 27, 1992 To Washington Capitals
Cash
To Toronto Maple Leafs
Mark Ferner
March 10, 1992 To Buffalo Sabres
Dave Hannan
To Toronto Maple Leafs
5th round pick in 1992 - Chris DeRuiter
March 10, 1992 To New York Islanders
Daniel Marois
Claude Loiselle
To Toronto Maple Leafs
Ken Baumgartner
Dave McLlwain
March 10, 1992 To Winnipeg Jets
Lucien DeBlois
To Toronto Maple Leafs
Mark Osborne
June 2, 1992 To Calgary Flames
Todd Gillingham
To Toronto Maple Leafs
Cash
June 5, 1992 To Detroit Red Wings
Future Considerations
To Toronto Maple Leafs
Brad Marsh
June 15, 1992 To San Jose Sharks
Cash
To Toronto Maple Leafs
Jarmo Myllys
June 20, 1992 To New York Islanders
1st round pick in 1992 - Darius Kasparaitis
To Toronto Maple Leafs
1st round pick in 1992 - Brandon Convery
2nd round pick in 1992 - Jim Carey
June 20, 1992 To Washington Capitals
2nd round pick in 1992 - Jim Carey
3rd round pick in 1992 - Stefan Ustorf
4th round pick in 1993 - John Jakopin
To Toronto Maple Leafs
1st round pick in 1992 - Grant Marshall
4th round pick in 1992 - Mike Raitar

Expansion DraftEdit

June 18, 1992 To Tampa Bay Lightning
Brian Bradley
June 18, 1992 To Tampa Bay Lightning
Keith Osborne

Free agentsEdit

Player Former Team
Bob Halkidis Los Angeles Kings
Brad Aitken Edmonton Oilers
Mike MacWilliam Undrafted Free Agent
Kevin McClelland Detroit Red Wings
Andrew McKim Calgary Flames
Player New Team
Aaron Broten Winnipeg Jets
Dave Reid Boston Bruins

Awards and recordsEdit

  • Grant Fuhr, Molson Cup (Most game star selections for Toronto Maple Leafs)

Farm teamsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. http://thecord.ca/articles/21611
  2. NHL Official Guide and Record Book 2006, Senior Managing Editor: Ralph Dinger, Published in Canada by Dan Diamond & Associates, Toronto, ON, ISBN in Canada 0-920445-98-5, p. 166.


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