On This Day September 10th.

September 10: On this day in 1939, Jim Pappin was born in Sudbury, Ontario. In Pappin's first year with the Leafs he got his name on the Cup as a member of the 1963-64 champions. Despite being demoted to the AHL several times during his days as a Leaf, Pappin played 223 regular season games with Toronto, recording exactly 100 points. His finest time with the blue and white was during the 1967 playoffs when he led the league in scoring with 15 points and scored the Cup-winning goal.

September 10: On this day in 1966, Joe Nieuwendyk born in Oshawa, Ontario. Nieuwendyk joined the Leafs as a free agent one day before his 37th birthday in 2003. His resume included Stanley Cup wins with Calgary in 1989, Dallas in 1999 and New Jersey in 2003. In 2003-04, his only season in Toronto, Nieuwendyk scored 22 goals and added 28 assists in 64 games. He led the team in scoring with six playoff goals that season, including two big goals against Ottawa in Game 7 of the opening round. He retired in 2006 during his 2nd season with the Florida Panthers.

September 10: On this day in 1983, the Leafs signed Bill Stewart as free agent defenseman. Stewart played 83 games for Toronto over the next two seasons before signing as a free agent with Minnesota. With the Leafs, he had 2 goals and 19 assists

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