On This Day March 14th.

March 14: On this day in 1921, the Toronto St. Pats were shutout for the second consecutive game by the Ottawa Senators, this time 2-0. Ottawa won the two games, total-goals playoff series 7-0. Toronto became the first NHL team to qualify for post season play and then not score a single goal in the playoffs.

March 14: On this day in 1962, the Leafs recorded their 25th home victory of the season, a 5-2 win over the Montreal Canadiens. The Leafs won 25 out of 35 home dates in 1961-62 and as of 2008, 25 wins on home ice in one season remains a team record that was tied by the 1992-93 Leafs (42 home games) but not surpassed. The NHL record for most home wins in one season is 36, shared by the 1975-76 Flyers and the 1995-96 Red Wings.

March 14: On this day in 1984, Rick Vaive of the Leafs scored his 50th goal of the 1983-84 season and became the only Leaf in team history to record three straight 50-goal seasons. On the same night, future Leaf Mike Bullard also scored his 50th as a Pittsburgh Penguin.
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