Tuesday, January 31, 2012

What Would Be In A 2012 Maple Leafs Time Capsule?

The time capsule had more rust than Colton Orr
Last week Ryerson University and Loblaws, the new owners of Maple Leaf Gardens, opened up a Time Capsule that was buried in the hockey shrine back in 1931. Inside were some newspapers, a red ensign flag, a rule book, a Gardens stock prospectus, and a tiny ivory elephant. So basically nothing awesome.

This got me thinking, What if the Leafs buried something now at the Air Canada Centre. What would they leave behind in a time capsule now to show future generations of Leafs fans what things were like back in 2012? Here are some ideas of what we think they should bury in a time capsule now (most likely in a Rogers cable box):
  • 2011-12 NHL Rule Book so the future can see how "barbaric" the rules were in 2012
  • Tyler Bozak's Xbox controller
  • A few ticket stubs to show the future generation how cheap Toronto Maple Leafs tickets once were
  • X-rays of Colby Armstrong's broken down body
  • Moustache clippings from grinder Mike Brown
  • A signed ruler by the Ontario Teachers Pension Plan
  • An American flag and passport photocopies of all the American players and management working for the Leafs
  • The Stanley Cup parade plans dated every two weeks into a new season
  • Ripped up newspaper columns from The Toronto Sun's Steve Simmons and The Toronto Star's Damien Cox
  • A signed Bible from James Reimer
  • Joe Bowen's microphone with "Holy Mackinaw" engraved on the side of it
  • John Ferguson Jr.'s toys that he left behind when he was fired as GM

5 comments:

  1. John Ferguson Jr has been one of the best GM's for drafting. Some of the Leafs bright spots on the team are because of him.

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    1. What players are you talking about?

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  2. Ferguson was a tool
    Love the signed ruler by the Ontario Teachers Pension Plan

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  3. A Canucks '94 Bure jersey... : )

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