Sport: Stanley Cup: Apr. 18, 1932

The Toronto Maple Leafs have the youngest forward line in the National Hockey League—Conacher, Primeau and Harvey Jackson, youngest player in the league and its leading scorer. In the league season, they lost most of their games away from home but only four in Toronto's new hockey rink, Maple Leaf Gardens. This was to their advantage last week when they played the New York Rangers in the finals for the Stanley Cup. The last three of the five-game series were scheduled for Toronto. The Maple Leafs started...

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