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Canadian hockey is rife with tales of the odd, the strange, the funny and, occasionally, the disturbing side of the game: 

  • In 1976, Maple Leafs coach Red Kelly installed pyramids in the players’ dressing room and under the bench in an attempt to harness “pyramid power” 
  • The Cusimano brothers started the tradition of “octopus hurling” during the 1952 playoff games 
  • In 1930, Toronto Maple Leafs’ general manager Conn Smythe placed a winning bet on a longshot horse to pay the cash-strapped Ottawa Senators for star player Frank “King” Clancy 
  • After a hard-fought win in the 1972 NHL playoffs, goaltender Bruce Gamble discovered after the fact that he had suffered a heart attack while minding the net
  • After winning the Stanley Cup in 1924, the Montreal Canadiens left the precious trophy sitting in the snow by the side of the road!
  • And many more....
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