Greatest Maple Leafs Plays Coasters

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Relive four of the greatest moments in Toronto hockey history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:

2004 Eastern Conference Quarterfinals: Game 7, Kings of Ontario
2007 Regular Season, Sundin Breaks Sittler's Record
1993 Norris Division Semifinals: Game 7, Back to Winning Ways
1967 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 6, 13th Championship

Rest your pint on history.

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2004 Eastern Conference Quarterfinals: Game 7
Kings of Ontario
Toronto vs Ottawa
4 - 1
Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ONHaving beaten Ottowa in 3 of the previous 4 postseasons, Ottawa fans were desperate to finally get one over on Toronto. The series went to game 7 and then immediately all the tension vanished. Toronto jumped up to a huge lead and crushed Ottowa. Toronto made it clear, they were the Kings of Ontario.

2007 Regular Season
Sundin Breaks Sittler's Record
Toronto vs Montreal
8 - 1
Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ONA truly special game for Toronto fans and their legend, Mats Sundin. In one single game, Sundin broke Sittler's club record for both goals and points, forever eternalizing himself in Toronto hockey history. Sundin ended his Toronto career with 420 goals and 987 points, averaging 1.006 P/GP.

1993 Norris Division Semifinals: Game 7
Back to Winning Ways
Toronto vs Detroit
4 - 3
Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, MIFinally getting back to winning ways after the Ballard era, an overtime game-winner in game 7 of the playoffs marked the beginning of a resurgence for Toronto. Finally, after so long, the Maple Leafs had something real to cheer for.

1967 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 6
13th Championship
Toronto vs Montreal
3 - 1
Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ON1967, a familiar year to Toronto fans. Bittersweet perhaps, the year should still be heralded as something important. The 13th Stanley Cup won by Toronto.