It’s the 20th of April 2004. On the back of Ed Belfour, the Toronto Maple Leafs have beaten the Ottawa Senators in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Conference Quarterfinals. But this is a baseball story, why is that relevant? Because that was the last time a professional team in Toronto won a playoff round. Rewind further to October 20th, 1993, the last memory of the playoffs for Toronto...
(Photo courtesy of Getty Images) The Flyers were playing in the Eastern Conference Finals against the Toronto Maple Leafs. Down two games to one, a Game Four win was pivotal for the Flyers’ playoff hopes. Playing in Toronto against Mats Sundin and Ed Belfour, this was not going to be an easy task at all. The Flyers knew they had to throw everything at Belfour to have a chance...
Despite being a Stanley Cup-wining goalie and first-ballot Hall of Famer, Ed Belfour is an under-the-radar hockey hero. From 1988 to 2007,…
The Winter Olympics are now officially in the books, but a return to normalcy will be brief for the Chicago Blackhawks. The defending NHL champs have just one game (Thursday against the Rangers in New York) before they bundle up and head to Soldier Field on Saturday for the final Stadium Series tilt of the season. As is typical for these showcase games, the Blackhawks’ goalies...
Marty St. Louis tied the team record for most goals in a game with four in the Lightning's 5-4 loss to the San Jose Sharks on Saturday at Tampa Bay Times Forum. The feat matched Kontos' output in a 7-3 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks at Expo Hall against Ed Belfour on Oct. 7, 1992, the first game in Lightning history.
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