One can purchase a Japanese maple by one of two ways. The first way involves visiting a local furniture store or visiting shops like Target, Argos or Bestbuy that sell furniture like Japanese maple. The second way is to go online and check out Ebay and Amazon and order Japanese Maple from there.
Sidney Crosby and Team Canada won the World Junior's Gold in 2005.
Yes, Darryl remarried 5-6 years after losing his first wife to cancer. He and his current wife are just about to move into a new home in North Toronto.
Yes, Matt Sundin is married. Matt is married to Josephine Johansson. The couple have been married to each other since 2009.
i think it was aroud 2000-1999 not sure but im prety sure that's when they did i just went to one nof there games too :)
Les Maple Leafs de Toronto.
It's a sports team, so you wouldn't do a full translation (les feuilles d'erables de Toronto).
Ottawa Sens all the way. How are they bad. They have amazing statistics (exept for 2008-09 season), great players and great fans!WOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!
Well that depends on what time frame you want to look at. Last year (2008-2009) the Leafs scored 250 goals in 82 games. This averages out to about 3.05 goals per game. So far this year, they have scored 12 goals in 5 games, working out to 2.4 goals per game on average. However, since it's still early in the season, this number may not accurately represent the "real" goal average.
The Leafs don't keep a season ticket waiting list beyond what the 2000 names or so that are on the list now because simply put; the list wasn't moving. The team operates at a 99% renewal rate with only 24 tickets not being renewed in 2008 (Don't know about the last two years).
The cost of the tickets obviously ranges. From my brief viewpoint it ranges from $8000 for nosebleeds to upwards of $20000 for Platinums. The problem isn't just the tickets though. While you can buy a pair through a third party, to buy them directly from MLSE you must own a Personal Seat License or PSL.
Essentially these give the owner of the PSL the right to first refusal for every event at the Air Canada Centre. There are three types:
- Raptors Only (Doesn't Affect you)
- Raptors and Leafs -- These go for approximately $50,000 depending on the section. You MUST buy BOTH Leafs and Raptors tickets or neither. You must also purchase these from a third party.
- Leafs Only -- These exist but are VERY rare. The only people that have these are people who were season ticket holders at Maple Leaf Gardens. You don't need to buy Raptors tickets with this as well, so it becomes especially valuable. They go for upwards of $70,000, once again depending on where you sit.
mostley the stuff hockey players wear today except less protective. They also used wooden sticks [of course] and they didn't wear helmets or mouthgards.
The new York Rangers beat the Leafs 3-0
green when its on a tree and brown when it dies
The first goalie of the Ducks was Guy Hebert. Although an American from Troy, New York, here in Canada we always used the French pronunciation for his name. I remember reading somewhere that Guy himself preferred the French pronunciation .
the silver maple leaf pattern Pinnate palmate is parallel. It is palmate.
The New England Patriots have played at the following stadiums: 1960-1962: Nickerson Field, aka Boston University Field. It should be noted that in 1960 the Patriots played some preseason home games at Harvard University. 1963- 1968: Fenway Park (Yes, that Fenway Park) 1969: Alumni Stadium (Boston College) 1970: Harvard Stadium (Harvard University) 1971-2002: Foxboro Stadium, (formerly known as Schaefer Stadium and Sullivan Stadium) 2002 - Present: Gillette Stadium (formerly known as CMGI Field)
They are usually around 190-230 pounds, and 5'11 - 6'5 feet tall.
The Leafs last won the cup in 1967, this was also the last year in which they appeared in the finals... prior to that they won it 12 other times in 1918, 1922, 1932, 1942, 1945, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1951, 1962, 1963 and 1964
The 1940s are considered the club's golden age with stars like Syl Apps, Turk Broda, and Ted Kennedy among others
The 1960s squad included standouts like Dave Keon, Tim Horton, Red Kelly, Johnny Bower and Frank Mahovlich to name but a few
SInce 1967, the team has had several promising eras in the mid 70s with Darryl Sittler, Borje Salming and Lanny MacDonald and again in the mid 90s with Doug Gilmour and a strong supporting cast... since then, the team has had only a few good seasons and in recent years has struggled mightily... they remain one of the most popular NHL teams regardless with a fervent fan following, largely in Ontario
Both are from same genus but the leaf circuference is different with the cuts in the edge.
The Toronto Blue jays have a good team every year. A well balanced team with pitching, hitting, and fielding. The biggest problem they have is the are in the American League East, and have to deal Red Sox, and Yankees. The Orioles have a good team, and the Rays are a great young team. In another division the Blue Jays would make the play offs more often. I completely agree with you. 100%
The last time the Maple Leafs won the Stanley cup was in 1968
George Armstrong was the captain of the Leafs during that time period.
Canadiens play in the Bell Centre, (or Centre-Bell in French).