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Name
Position
Games Played as a Leaf
Notables
Carl Voss
Centre 14 First free agent player to be signed by Conn Smythe as a Leaf, HHOF in 1974 as a Builder
Joe Primeau
Centre 310 1932 Stanley Cup as player and in 1951 as coach, coached Marlboros to Allan Cup in 1949, HHOF in 1963
Red Horner
Defence 490 Leaf Captain, won 1932 Stanley Cup, NHL leader in penalty minutes eight times, HHOF in 1965
Charlie Conacher
Right Wing 326 Won Memorial Cup with Marlboros in 1929, Leaf Captain, 1932 Stanley Cup, HHOF in 1961
Harvey Jackson
Forward 434 Led the NHL in scoring and won Stanley Cup in 1932, three-time First All-Star Team member, HHOF in 1971
Bob Gracie
Left Wing 104 1932 Stanley Cup victory with the Leafs
Alex Levinsky
Defence 150 Won 1932 Stanley Cup with Leafs, played both Junior and Senior Marlboro hockey
Fred Robertson
Defence 10 Won the 1932 Stanley Cup with the Leafs in his rookie season
Bill Thoms
Centre 279 Played Junior and Senior Marlboro hockey, played in 1934 NHL All-Star Game
Frank Boll
Left Wing 213 Played with Sr. Marlboros, first Leafs game was a 1933 playoff game
Jack Shill
Defence 42 Five years of Marlboro Junior and Senior hockey, First All-Star Team with AHL Leaf affiliate Syracuse in 1936
Art Jackson
Centre 113 Younger brother of Harvey 'Busher' Jackson, won 1945 Stanley Cup with Leafs
Bob Davidson
Forward 491 Career Leaf, won two Stanley Cups, captained the 1945 championship, scout with Leafs for over 40 years
Reg Hamilton
Defence 366 Three seasons of Jr. Marlboro hockey followed by Leaf Stanley Cups in 1942 and 1945
Norm Mann
Right Wing 31 Won Senior OHA Championship with Marlboros, his first NHL game was a Leafs playoff game
Bob Heron
Centre 83 Helped the Leafs get to the finals in 1939-40
Phil Stein
Goalie 1 Replaced an injured Turk Broda in his only Leaf and NHL game, ended in a 2-2 tie.
Hank Goldup
Left Wing 99 Won 1942 Stanley Cup with Leafs
Bob Goldham
Defence 79 Two seasons as a Marlboro Jr. before winning a Stanley Cup with 1942 Leafs
Ernie Dickens
Defence 25 1942 Stanley Cup with Leafs in his rookie year
Bob Copp
Defence 40 Marlboro Sr. before earning games with the Leafs
Gaye Stewart
Left Wing 165 Leafs Stanley Cups in 1942 and 1947, 1943 NHL rookie of the year
Ross Johnstone
Defence 42 First played for Leafs at age 18
Elwin Morris
Defence 117 1945 Stanley Cup with Leafs, known as 'Moe', played five years of Jr. and Sr. Marlboro hockey
Don Webster
Left Wing 27 Played with Leafs over the war years after one season with the Jr. Marlboros
Baz Bastien
Goalie 5 Made Leafs debut on Opening Night 1945 after 3 years in the military
John McCormack
Centre 84 Scored 166 points as a Sr. Marlboro over three seasons
Ray Timgren
Left Wing 237 Stanley Cups in 1949 and 1951 and a 1955 Calder Cup with Leafs AHL affiliate Pittsburgh
Charles Blair
Right Wing 1 Marlboros Allan Cup winner in 1950, 1952 Calder Cup with Leafs AHL affiliate Pittsburgh
Al Buchanan
Left Wing 4 Marlboros 1950 Allan Cup winner with 21 points in 16 games
Ray Hannigan
Forward 3 Marlboros 1950 Allan Cup winner, 1952 Calder Cup with Leafs AHL affiliate Pittsburgh
Bob Hassard
Centre 109 Marlboros 1950 Allan Cup winner, two Calder Cups with Leafs AHL affiliate Pittsburgh
Bill Johansen
Centre 1 Father of Trevor Johansen, the only father-son Marlboro-Leaf combination, also known as Bill Johnson
Hugh Bolton
Defence 235 Marlboros 1950 Allan Cup winner, played both senior and junior Marlboro hockey
George Armstrong
Right Wing 1187 1950 Allan Cup, four Stanley Cups, coached two Marlboro Memorial Cups, coached Leafs, HHOF in 1975
Danny Lewicki
Left Wing 123 Won 1950 Allan Cup with Marlboro Seniors and the 1951 Stanley Cup with Leafs
Frank Sullivan
Defence 6 Won 1950 Allan Cup with Marlboro Seniors and the 1952 Calder Cup with Leafs AHL affiliate Pittsburgh
John McLellan
Centre 2 Won Allan Cup with Marlboro Seniors under Coach Joe Primeau, coached Leafs for four seasons
Earl Balfour
Left Wing 80 Played Marlboro Junior, 300 NHL games and returned to the Marlboros as a Senior
Eric Nesterenko
Right Wing 206 Scored 53 goals for Marlboros in 1951-52, played over 1,300 NHL games
Gord Hannigan
Centre 161 Won two AHL Calder Cups with the Leafs AHL affiliate Pittsburgh Hornets
Ron Stewart
Right Wing 838 Won three consecutive Stanley Cups with Toronto in his 13 year career with the Leafs
David Reid
Centre 7 Played his first game as a Leaf while still a junior with the Marlboros and a student at U of T
Parker MacDonald
Left Wing 63 Scored 202 points over three Jr. Marlboro seasons, elected to Cape Breton Sports Hall of Fame in 1987
Wally Maxwell
Forward 2 Scored 110 goals for the Marlboros over four seasons and played with the Leafs while still a junior
Gerry James
Right Wing 149 Won a Memorial Cup with the Marlboros in 1955 and was an award-winning CFL player
Billy Harris
Centre 610 Won a Memorial Cup with the Marlboros in 1955 and three consecutive Stanley Cups with the Leafs
Jack Bionda
Defence 13 A lacrosse superstar while playing 12 seasons of pro hockey
Ron Hurst
Right Wing 64 Played over 100 games with the Jr. Marlboros
Al MacNeil
Defence 71 Back-to-back Memorial Cups with the Marlboros, 1955 and 1956
Gary Aldcorn
Forward 86 Won a Memorial Cup with the Marlboros in 1955
Bob Pulford
Left Wing 947 Two consecutive Memorial Cups and four Stanley Cups, HHOF in 1991
Mike Nykoluk
Right Wing 32 Captained Marlboros to 1955 Memorial Cup victory, coached the Leafs for three and a half seasons 
Bob Baun
Defence 739 Two consecutive Memorial Cups with Marlboros and four Stanley Cups including three consecutive wins
Kenny Girard
Right Wing 7 Won back-to-back Memorial Cups with Marlboros in 1955 and 1956
Bob Nevin
Right Wing 250 Led Marlboros with 65 points on way to 1956 Memorial Cup, won Stanley Cups, 1962 and 1963
Carl Brewer
Defence 473 Won 1956 Memorial Cup with Marlboros, won Stanley Cups with the Leafs in 1962, 1963 and 1964
Larry Regan
Right Wing 116 Averaged well over a point a game over two seasons with the Jr. Marlboros
Gary Jarrett
Left Wing 1 Averaged over a point a game over two seasons with the Jr. Marlboros
Jack Martin
Forward 1 Averaged a point a game over two seasons with the Jr. Marlboros
Arnie Brown
Defence 6 Finished junior career with Marlboros, began NHL career with Leafs and finished with over 700 NHL games
Brian Conacher
Left Wing 133 Four seasons with Jr. Marlboros, averaging a point a game from 1958 to 1962, won 1967 Stanley Cup
Jim Pappin
Right Wing 223 Scored Stanley Cup winning goal for Leafs in 1967, one of 15 points in 12 playoff games
Pete Stemkowski
Centre 221 Won 1964 Memorial Cup with Marlboros scoring 29 points in 12 games, won 1967 Stanley Cup
Ron Ellis
Right Wing 1034 Won 1964 Memorial Cup with Marlboros, a Stanley Cup in 1967 and a member of Team Canada in 1972
Brit Selby
Left Wing 169 Won 1964 Memorial Cup with Marlboros and selected NHL rookie of the year in 1965-66.
Mike Walton
Centre 257 Won 1964 Memorial Cup with Marlboros scoring 26 points in 12 games, won 1967 Stanley Cup with Leafs
Wally Boyer
Centre 46 Won 1956 Memorial Cup with Marlboros, won Calder Cup in 1965 with Leafs AHL affiliate, Rochester
Wayne Carleton
Left Wing 91 Won 1964 Memorial Cup with Marlboros scoring 25 points in 12 games
Brent Imlach
Forward 3 Two seasons with Marlboro Juniors, son of Punch Imlach
Gary Smith
Goalie 10 Backstopped Marlboros to 1964 Memorial Cup winning 11 of 12 games 
Al Smith
Goalie 58 Moved from Jr. Marlboros directly to Leafs in 1966, played in the 1968 NHL All-Star Game
Jim McKenny
Defence 594 Won 1964 Memorial Cup with the Marlboros, started with the Leafs at age 19, 327 points on the Leafs blueline
Mike Byers
Right Wing 15 Played parts of five seasons with Jr. Marlboros including Memorial Cups in 1964 and 1967
Gerry Meehan
Centre 25 Played with Marlboro Jr.'s in Memorial Cup winning seasons, 1964 and 1967.
Mike Pelyk
Defence 441 Won 1967 Memorial Cup with Marlboros, past president of Leafs Alumni Association
Brian Glennie
Defence 554 Captained Marlboros to 1967 Memorial Cup victory, was coached as a Pee-Wee by Roger Neilson
Chris Evans
Defence 2 Won 1967 Memorial Cup with Marlboros, signed as free agent by the Leafs
Doug Acomb
Centre 2 Won 1967 Memorial Cup with Marlboros, led the OHA in goals in 1968-69 with 55
George Ferguson
Centre 359 First round draft pick of the Leafs in 1972, scored three goals in a playoff game for the Leafs in 1978
Mike Palmateer
Goalie 296 Won 1973 Memorial Cup with Marlboros, backstopped Leafs in stunning playoff win over Islanders in 1978
Bruce Boudreau
Centre 134 Captain of Marlboros 1975 Memorial Cup, led OHA in points & goals
Trevor Johansen
Defence 132 First round draft pick of the Leafs, won a silver medal at 1977 World Junior Championships
John Anderson
Right Wing 534 Four consecutive 30-goal Leaf seasons, Marlboros captain, won Memorial Cup in 1975
Lorne Stamler
Left Wing 45 Played U.S. college hockey after two seasons with Jr. Marlboros
Mike Kaszycki
Centre 53 Won 1975 Memorial Cup with Marlboros, led AHL with 118 points with Leafs affiliate New Brunswick in 1981-82
Stew Gavin
Forward 268 Played 834 NHL games including playoffs after three seasons with the Jr. Marlboros
Billy Harris
Right Wing 146 Tied Marlboro linemate Dave Gardner for the OHL points lead in 1971-72 with 129 points
Fred Perlini
Centre 8 Earned 111 points for the Jr. Marlboros over three seasons, played in seven Leaf games in 1981-82
Darwin McCutcheon
Defence 1 Only Leaf game - New Year's Eve, 1981 while still a Junior
Paul Higgins
Right Wing 26 A consistent penalty leader and tough competitor, a 10th round draft pick of the Leafs
Pat Graham
Left Wing 41 After parts of three seasons with the Jr. Marlboros, played with Penguins and Leafs
Bruce Dowie
Goalie 2 Played 184 games in net for the Marlboro Jr.'s winning 94 games
Steve Thomas
Left Wing 377 Signed as a free agent by the Leafs from Marlboro Jr.'s, had ten 20 goal NHL seasons, over 1,200 NHL games
Jerome Dupont
Defence 13 Joined Marlboro Jr.'s at 16 and drafted 9th overall in 1991 NHL Entry Draft
Tim Armstrong
Centre 11 Averaged 83 points a year in three seasons with Marlboros including 104 pts in 1985-86
Peter Zezel
Centre 207 Helped Leafs resurgence in early 1990's, played over 1,000 NHL games including playoffs
Rob Cimetta
Left Wing 49 Led OHL in goals with 55 in 1988-89, the last season of the Jr. Marlboros
Greg Johnston
Right Wing 4 Won Gold with Canada in 1985 World Junior Championships
Bill Berg
Centre 196 Joined Zezel & Osbourne to create popular and effective checking line for the Leafs
Chris Govedaris
Left Wing 12 Member of last Marlboros Jr. team - 1988-89, drafted 11th overall in 1988
Tom Martin Right Wing 3 Played 2 games for the Stanley Cup winning Toronto Maple Leafs in 1966-1967.


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