The 1964 Maple Leafs had character

Former Toronto Maple Leafs captain George Armstrong conducts a ceremonial faceoff between Vancouver...

Former Toronto Maple Leafs captain George Armstrong conducts a ceremonial faceoff between Vancouver Canucks forward Daniel Sedin (22) and Toronto Maple Leafs defenceman Dion Phaneuf (3) as Eddie Shack, Red Kelly, Dave Keon, Frank Mahovlich, and Bob Pulford (left to right) look on Feb. 8, 2014 at the Air Canada Centre. (JOHN E. SOKOLOWSKI/USA TODAY Sports)

LANCE HORNBY, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 11:42 PM ET

TORONTO - The Leafs held the last of their three consecutive 50th-anniversary pre-game tributes to the Cup teams of the early 1960s on Saturday.

Once more, it featured a visit by Dave Keon, considered by many to be the greatest Leaf of all time, but who unfortunately shuns most functions run by Leafs ownership. But these reunions are different for him and Keon was a willing participant.

Keon had nine points in the 1964 playoffs and a team-high seven goals. The Leafs beat Montreal in a best-of-seven semifinal and Detroit in seven for the Cup.


Videos

Photos