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1932-33 Leafs
1932–33 Toronto Maple Leafs · NHL
O'Brien Trophy Winners
Division 1st Canadian
1932–33 record 24-18-6
Goals for 119
Goals against 111
General Manager Conn Smythe
Coach Dick Irvin
Captain Hap Day
Alternate captains None
Arena Maple Leaf Gardens
Team Leaders
Goals Busher Jackson (27)
Assists Joe Primeau (21)
Points Busher Jackson (44)
Wins Lorne Chabot (24)
Goals against average Lorne Chabot (2.26)
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1931–32 1933–34

The 1932–33 Toronto Maple Leafs season was Toronto's sixteenth season in the NHL. The Maple Leafs finished first in the Canadian Division and lost the 1933 Stanley Cup Finals to the New York Rangers, three games to one.

Regular SeasonEdit

Final StandingsEdit

Canadian Division
GP W L T GF GA Pts
Toronto Maple Leafs 48 24 18 6 119 111 54
Montreal Maroons 48 22 20 6 135 119 50
Montreal Canadiens 48 18 25 5 92 115 41
New York Americans 48 15 22 11 91 118 41
Ottawa Senators 48 11 27 10 88 131 32

Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, GF = Goals For, GA = Goals Against, Pts = Points
Teams that qualified for the playoffs are highlighted in bold.

Game LogEdit

No. R Date Score Opponent Record
1TNovember 10, 19321–1 OT Boston Bruins (1932–33) 0–0–1
2WNovember 12, 19324–2 New York Rangers (1932–33) 1–0–1
3LNovember 17, 19321–3 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1932–33) 1–1–1
4LNovember 20, 19320–7 @ New York Rangers (1932–33) 1–2–1
5WNovember 24, 19322–0 Montreal Canadiens (1932–33) 2–2–1
6WNovember 26, 19323–2 Montreal Maroons (1932–33) 3–2–1
7WNovember 27, 19322–1 @ Detroit Red Wings (1932–33) 4–2–1
8WDecember 3, 19324–1 Ottawa Senators (1932–33) 5–2–1
9LDecember 8, 19320–1 @ Montreal Maroons (1932–33) 5–3–1
10TDecember 10, 19322–2 OT New York Americans (1932–33) 5–3–2
11LDecember 13, 19321–5 @ Boston Bruins (1932–33) 5–4–2
12WDecember 15, 19324–1 Ottawa Senators (1932–33) 6–4–2
13WDecember 17, 19323–0 Detroit Red Wings (1932–33) 7–4–2
14WDecember 20, 19322–1 @ Montreal Canadiens (1932–33) 8–4–2
15LDecember 22, 19320–1 @ New York Americans (1932–33) 8–5–2
16LDecember 24, 19321–2 Chicago Black Hawks (1932–33) 8–6–2
17WDecember 27, 19324–3 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1932–33) 9–6–2
18WDecember 29, 19321–0 Montreal Maroons (1932–33) 10–6–2
19TJanuary 1, 19332–2 OT @ Detroit Red Wings (1932–33) 10–6–3
20LJanuary 3, 19332–4 @ New York Rangers (1932–33) 10–7–3
21TJanuary 5, 19332–2 OT @ Montreal Maroons (1932–33) 10–7–4
22LJanuary 7, 19331–6 Detroit Red Wings (1932–33) 10–8–4
23WJanuary 10, 19333–2 New York Rangers (1932–33) 11–8–4
24WJanuary 14, 19335–3 OT @ Ottawa Senators (1932–33) 12–8–4
25LJanuary 17, 19331–3 @ New York Americans (1932–33) 12–9–4
26WJanuary 19, 19333–0 Boston Bruins (1932–33) 13–9–4
27WJanuary 24, 19334–2 @ Ottawa Senators (1932–33) 14–9–4
28LJanuary 26, 19332–4 @ Boston Bruins (1932–33) 14–10–4
29WJanuary 28, 19334–2 Montreal Canadiens (1932–33) 15–10–4
30WJanuary 31, 19337–1 New York Americans (1932–33) 16–10–4
31TFebruary 4, 19332–2 OT Chicago Black Hawks (1932–33) 16–10–5
32LFebruary 7, 19330–2 @ Montreal Canadiens (1932–33) 16–11–5
33WFebruary 11, 19332–1 New York Rangers (1932–33) 17–11–5
34LFebruary 14, 19332–7 @ Boston Bruins (1932–33) 17–12–5
35WFebruary 16, 19335–2 @ New York Rangers (1932–33) 18–12–5
36WFebruary 18, 19334–1 Detroit Red Wings (1932–33) 19–12–5
37WFebruary 23, 19333–0 @ Ottawa Senators (1932–33) 20–12–5
38WFebruary 25, 19335–1 New York Americans (1932–33) 21–12–5
39LFebruary 28, 19331–2 Montreal Canadiens (1932–33) 21–13–5
40LMarch 2, 19333–4 @ Montreal Canadiens (1932–33) 21–14–5
41WMarch 4, 19334–2 Montreal Maroons (1932–33) 22–14–5
42WMarch 5, 19332–1 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1932–33) 23–14–5
43LMarch 7, 19332–7 @ Montreal Maroons (1932–33) 23–15–5
44LMarch 11, 19332–6 Boston Bruins (1932–33) 23–16–5
45LMarch 16, 19330–1 @ Detroit Red Wings (1932–33) 23–17–5
46WMarch 18, 19336–2 Ottawa Senators (1932–33) 24–17–5
47LMarch 21, 19333–4 @ New York Americans (1932–33) 24–18–5
48TMarch 23, 19332–2 OT Chicago Black Hawks (1932–33) 24–18–6


PlayoffsEdit

Toronto Maple Leafs 3, Boston Bruins 2 Edit

The league's two best teams met in the second round of the playoffs, both teams having received byes in the first round. The series was one of the closest in NHL history with four of the five games being decided in overtime.

Game 1 after Dit Clapper tied the game at 1-1 in the second period, overtime was needed to decide the game. The Bruins leading scorer Marty Barry potted the winner at 14:14 of the first OT period.

Game 2 was a close checking affair with the only goal scored by Busher Jackson at 15:03 of the first OT period to tie the series at 1-1. Lorne Chabot registered the shutout.

Game 3 saw the Bruins lead on a goal by Nels Stewart at 4:47 of the second period until Ken Doraty tied it up with less than six minutes left in the game. To no avail as Eddie Shore scored at 4:23 of the first OT period.

Game 4 was the only wide-open affair of the series. A pair of goals by Busher Jackson and Charlie Sands (who would later play for the Bruins and become one of their top ten scorers of the 1930's) led the Leafs to a 5-3 victory and tied the series 2-2.

Game 5 was the second longest game in NHL history requiring six overtime periods before Ken Doraty scored at 4:46 on Tiny Thompson to win the series for the Leafs. Eddie Shore didn't leave the ice for the 60 minutes of regulation time, except for two penalties he took, and played nearly all of overtime. After four OT periods, the two GMs, Art Ross and Conn Smythe agreed the game be decided by a coin toss. But the players wouldn't have it and NHL president Frank Calder, who was in attendance, agreed with the players, so the game continued. Lorne Chabot picked up his second shutout of the playoffs. The Leafs would lose to the Rangers in the finals.

# Date Visitor Score Home Record
1 March 25 Toronto 1-2 (OT) Boston Bruins 0-1
2 March 28 Toronto 1-0 (OT) Boston Bruins 1-1
3 March 30 Boston Bruins 2-1 (OT) Toronto 2-1
4 April 1 Boston Bruins 3-5 Toronto 2-2
5 April 3 Boston Bruins 0-1 (6OT) Toronto 2-3

New York Rangers 3, Toronto Maple Leafs 1Edit

See also: 1933 Stanley Cup Final
Date Away Score Home Score Notes
April 4Toronto 1 New York 5
April 8New York 3 Toronto 1
April 11New York 2 Toronto 3
April 13New York 1 Toronto 0 OT

Player StatsEdit

Regular SeasonEdit

Scoring
Player Pos GP G A Pts PIM
Jackson, BusherBusher Jackson LW 48 27 17 44 43
Conacher, CharlieCharlie Conacher RW 40 14 19 33 64
Primeau, JoeJoe Primeau C 48 11 21 32 4
Clancy, KingKing Clancy D 48 13 12 25 79
Gracie, BobBob Gracie C/LW 48 9 13 22 27
Cotton, BaldyBaldy Cotton LW 48 10 11 21 29
Day, HapHap Day D 47 6 14 20 46
Bailey, AceAce Bailey RW 47 10 8 18 52
Doraty, KenKen Doraty F 38 5 11 16 16
Blair, AndyAndy Blair C 43 6 9 15 38
Thoms, BillBill Thoms C 29 3 9 12 15
Horner, RedRed Horner D 48 3 8 11 144
Levinsky, AlexAlex Levinsky D 48 1 4 5 61
Darragh, HaroldHarold Darragh LW 19 1 2 3 0
Sands, CharlieCharlie Sands C/RW 3 0 3 3 0
Adams, StewStew Adams LW 8 0 2 2 0
Downie, DaveDave Downie C/RW 11 0 1 1 2
Chabot, LorneLorne Chabot G 48 0 0 0 4
Goaltending
Player MIN GP W L T GA GAA SO
Chabot, LorneLorne Chabot 2946 48 24 18 6 111 2.26 5
Conacher, CharlieCharlie Conacher 4 2 0 0 0 0 0.00 0
Team: 2950 48 24 18 6 111 2.26 5

PlayoffsEdit

Scoring
Player Pos GP G A Pts PIM
Doraty, KenKen Doraty F 9 5 0 5 2
Jackson, BusherBusher Jackson LW 9 3 1 4 2
Sands, CharlieCharlie Sands C/RW 9 2 2 4 2
Clancy, KingKing Clancy D 9 0 3 3 14
Cotton, BaldyBaldy Cotton LW 9 0 3 3 6
Conacher, CharlieCharlie Conacher RW 9 1 1 2 10
Thoms, BillBill Thoms C 9 1 1 2 4
Blair, AndyAndy Blair C 9 0 2 2 4
Horner, RedRed Horner D 9 1 0 1 10
Levinsky, AlexAlex Levinsky D 9 1 0 1 14
Bailey, AceAce Bailey RW 8 0 1 1 4
Day, HapHap Day D 9 0 1 1 21
Gracie, BobBob Gracie C/LW 9 0 1 1 0
Primeau, JoeJoe Primeau C 8 0 1 1 4
Boll, BuzzBuzz Boll LW 1 0 0 0 0
Chabot, LorneLorne Chabot G 9 0 0 0 0
Goaltending
Player MIN GP W L GA GAA SO
Chabot, LorneLorne Chabot 686 9 4 5 18 1.57 2
Team: 686 9 4 5 18 1.57 2

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Note: Pos = Position; GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty minutes; PPG = Power-play goals; SHG = Short-handed goals; GWG = Game-winning goals

MIN = Minutes played; W = Wins; L = Losses; T = Ties; GA = Goals-against; GAA = Goals-against average; SO = Shutouts

Awards and RecordsEdit

GalleryEdit

VideoEdit

Arguably the most interesting NHL video of the 1930's. 1933 Finals Game 4 highlights of all periods of play including the Cup winning goal by Bill Cook in overtime. Foster Hewitt provides the play-by-play and interviews Conn Smythe, Dick Irvin, Busher Jackson, Charlie Conacher, King Clancy and Red Horner in the dressing room during the first intermission. Horner played with a broken right hand and shows Hewitt his cast and how he was able to grip his stick. Hewitt then interviews the Rangers in their dressing room in the second intermission.

See AlsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1932-33 Toronto Maple Leafs Statistics - Hockey-Reference.com. hockey-reference.com. Retrieved on 2009-06-11.
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