On This Day November 11th.

November 11: On this day in 1926, Hall-of-Fame goaltender and ex-Leaf Harry Lumley was born in Owen Sound, Ontario. "Apple Cheeks" Lumley won the Vezina trophy for the first and only time in his great career as a Leaf in 1954. His NHL playing days ended in 1960 after he had accumulated 71 shutouts, including 34 as a Leaf. As of 2007, Harry Lumley still holds the Leafs single season team record for shutouts in a single season (13).

November 11: On this day in 1967, the Minnesota North Stars and the Maple Leafs faced each other for the first time ever. Minnesota bested Toronto 2-1 to win for the 5th time in their short NHL history. The North Stars franchise moved to Dallas for the 1993-94 season and became the Dallas Stars. They won a Cup in 1999. As at the end of the 2007-08 season, Toronto has an all-time losing record against the North Stars/Stars of W-85, L-87, T-28, OL-0 in 200 games played.

November 11: On this day in 1981, Leaf defenseman Ian Turnbull was traded to the Los Angeles Kings for Billy Harris and John Gibson. One month and one day later, Turnbull scored four goals in one game for the Kings and to this day remains the only L.A. King defenseman to score four goals in a single game. Turnbull still holds the NHL record which he set as a Leaf in 1977 for the most goals (5) by a defenseman in one game.

November 11: On this day in 1984, the Leafs began the longest consecutive game losing streak at home in their history. Between November 11 and December 5, 1984, the Leafs lost 7 games in a row on home ice. One of those losses was to the Edmonton Oilers who clobbered the Leafs 7-1. Gretzky had 3 goals and 2 assists.

November 11: On this day in 2011,The Toronto Maple Leafs conducted a Hockey Hall of Fame Ceremony for Doug Gilmour, Joe Nieuwendyk, Ed Belfour, and Mark Howe at the ACC prior to their induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame taking place on Monday.
Below is their induction.

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