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Keon, Dave
Toronto Maple Leafs

Chicago ran away with the NHL regular season in 1966-67, earning 94 points. Second place Montreal ended the regular season with 77, while Toronto totalled 75 to grab third place. In the semi-finals, Montreal swept the New York Rangers in four straight games, while Toronto stunned the Black Hawks, knocking them out of the playoffs in six games. Nineteen sixty seven was Canada's Centennial Year, having been incorporated as a country in 1867. It therefore seemed appropriate that Canada's two NHL franchises should meet for the 1966-67 Stanley Cup. DAVID KEON was relentless in his pursuit of the Cup, playing exceptional defensive hockey while adding three goals and five assists for eight points in the 12 playoff games the Leafs played. Playing beside an aging Toronto team that included future Hall of Famers Johnny Bower, Terry Sawchuk, George Armstrong, Marcel Pronovost, Red Kelly, Tim Horton, Allan Stanley, Frank Mahovlich and Bob Pulford, KEON and the Toronto Maple Leafs beat the favoured Montreal Canadiens four games to two to win the Stanley Cup. DAVE KEON was awarded the CONN SMYTHE TROPHY as the NHL's best performer in the 1966-67 playoffs.

Keon, Dave