On This Day May 25th.

May 25: On this day in 1959, goaltender Rick Wamsley was born in Simcoe Ontario. Wamsley came to the Leafs in January of 1992 along with Doug Gilmour and others in one of the biggest trades in Leafs team history. He had played an integral role in Calgary's Stanley Cup victory in 1989. Wamsley's NHL career ended in Toronto where he played in only 11 games, basically as backup to Felix Potvin. His record as a Leaf was 4-6-0 with a 4.29 GAA.

May 25: On this day in 1962, defenseman Ric Nattress was born in Hamilton, Ontario. Nattress was a member of the 1989 Stanley Cup championship Calgary Flames along with Doug Gilmour. He came to Toronto with Gilmour in January of 1992. Ric Nattress played 36 games as a Leaf, basically closing out the 1991-92 schedule in which the Leafs failed to qualify for the playoffs. He contributed 2 goals and 14 assists.

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