On This Day November 16th.

November 16: On this day in 1950, the Leafs and the Bruins conducted a major six player deal that saw the Leafs acquire Leo Boivin, Fern Flaman, Phil Maloney and Ken Smith in exchange for Bill Ezinicki and Vic Lynn. In Ezinicki and Lynn, the Bruins were getting strong Stanley Cup winning experience. Boivin and Flaman would eventually end up back in Boston where they played for several years. Leo Boivin was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1986 and Flaman was inducted in 1990.

November 16: On this day in 1988, the Leafs set a team record by scoring 3 short-handed goals in one game. The goals scorers were Dan Daoust at 12:37 of the first period, Ed Olczyk at 5:03 of the 2nd and Al Iafrate at 13:21 of the 2nd. The Leafs defeated Pittsburgh 8-5.

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