Owners Set To Approve Raiders' Vegas Move? U.S. NHLers Could Boycott Worlds Mayor Makes Last-Ditch Effort To Keep Raiders Golden Knights' Practice Facility To Be Top-Flight Woody Johnson May Be Closer To U.K. Ambassador Role Bettman Continues To Be Wary On Olympics NHL's Failed Guardian Project Back In Headlines Redskins President Makes First Comments On Fired GM Rams Top Contributor In Shared Ticket Revenue NHL Players Won't Compromise For Olympics
SBD/February 18, 2013/Franchises
Maple Leafs Have First Super Jackpot; Typical $10K Giveaway Trails Other Teams
Published February 18, 2013
SUBDUED CELEBRATION: In Toronto, Dave Feschuk wrote honoring the 10 members of the Maple Leafs’ ’63 Stanley Cup champions during the Senators-Maple Leafs game on Saturday was “a decent idea in theory.” But it “would have been far better if the gaping empty rows of platinum and gold seats that greeted the greats were actually filled with respectful throngs,” and it would have been “nice if those throngs offered a rousing and lasting ovation.” The significance of Saturday’s ceremony, whether “because of bad messaging or short notice, seemed mostly lost on those who made the snowy trip.” The pregame crowd was "sparse,” and the ovation was “friendly, but it was far from frenetic” (TORONTO STAR, 2/17).