Who Won: Apr. 26, 1963

— > Toronto's Maple Leafs: the Stanley Cup playoffs, for the second year in a row, beating the Detroit Red Wings four games to one to win pro ice hockey's biggest prize. A mixture of callow youths and creaking veterans, the Leafs confounded experts by finishing the regular season on top, brushing past the Montreal Canadiens in the play-off semifinals. Then, led by well-mannered (one penalty all season) Center Dave Keon, 23, who scored four goals and chipped in two assists, they skated rings around the Red Wings for the Stanley Cup...

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