On This Day October 11th.

October 11: On this day in 1930, The Leafs acquired Hall-of-Famer King Clancy from the Ottawa Senators in exchange for Art Smith, Eric Pettinger and the whopping sum at the time of $35,000. As a Leaf, Clancy was a first team All-Star in 1931 and 1934 as well as a 2nd team All-Star in 1932 and 1933. He won three Stanley Cups in his NHL Career, 2 with the Senators and 1 with the Leafs. King Clancy was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1958.

October 11: On this day in 1952, the Leafs lost their home opening game to the Chicago Black Hawks for the third consecutive season . This time the score was 6-2. 

October 11: On this day in 1967, former Leaf defenseman Kent Douglas scored the first goal in the history of the Oakland Seals. The goal was assisted by ex-Leaf defenseman, Bobby Baun, the Seals' first captain. Kent Douglas had won the Calder trophy as rookie of the year with the Leafs in 1963. 

October 11: On this day in 1985, the Leafs acquired centerman Tom Fergus from the Bruins in exchange for Bill Derlago. Between 1985 and 1991, Fergus recorded 297 points in 357 games as a Leaf. Derlago played only 39 games in a Bruins uniform. 

October 11: On this day in 2007, Leafs captain Mats Sundin banked a shot off defenseman Brendan Witt of the New York Islanders in the third period and became the top goal-scorer and points producer in the history of the Toronto franchise with one shot. It was his 390th goal and 917th point as a Leaf, passing Darryl Sittler into first place all-time. It came in Sundin's 912th game in a Leafs uniform. The Leafs won the game 8-1.

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