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Apr. 16, 1949 - The Toronto Maple Leafs became the first team to win three straight Stanley Cup titles

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The 1949 Stanley Cup Final was a best-of-seven series between the Detroit Red Wings and the defending champion Toronto Maple Leafs, the second straight final series between Detroit and Toronto. The Maple Leafs won the series in four straight games to win their third consecutive Stanley Cup and eighth in the history of the franchise.

The Maple Leafs became the first NHL team to win the Cup in three straight seasons. The Leafs also won nine straight finals games. By defeating Detroit, Toronto won the Stanley Cup with a losing record. The only other team to win the Stanley Cup after finishing the regular season with a losing record was the 1938 Chicago Blackhawks.

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Abandoned school bus cultivates moss on the side of the road in Puerto Rico

photorator:

Abandoned school bus cultivates moss on the side of the road in Puerto Rico

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Do you think Kanye West is amazing?

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randomjaysstuff:

Munenori Kawasaki “drawing”
In the last game of the 2013 season (a Sunday afternoon home game), I was one of the people giving Kawasaki a standing ovation as he came to the plate in the top of the 8th to pinch hit for J.P. Arencibia. He was consistently a bright spot in a dreary season.
When I left the SkyDome, I paused at the guy with the collection of pop culture star pictures on Blue Jays Way and looked at the Kawasaki. Out of curiosity, I asked how much it was. The answer was $20, my curiosity was satisfied, and I began to walk away. “Fifteen,” he interjected. I really had no intention of buying one, so I said, “Nah, I’m good.” He came back with a $10 and it crossed my mind that Munenori and the zeitgeist might never meet again, so with a bit of “what the hell,” I made this impulse buy.
Welcome back to the majors, Munenori Kawasaki.
(Upon closer inspection, they basically take find some images, do some scratchy “brush” effects on then, and print a colour copy. This was almost a relief as $10 to produced hand-drawn replicas would be crazy-low wages.)

randomjaysstuff:

Munenori Kawasaki “drawing”

In the last game of the 2013 season (a Sunday afternoon home game), I was one of the people giving Kawasaki a standing ovation as he came to the plate in the top of the 8th to pinch hit for J.P. Arencibia. He was consistently a bright spot in a dreary season.

When I left the SkyDome, I paused at the guy with the collection of pop culture star pictures on Blue Jays Way and looked at the Kawasaki. Out of curiosity, I asked how much it was. The answer was $20, my curiosity was satisfied, and I began to walk away. “Fifteen,” he interjected. I really had no intention of buying one, so I said, “Nah, I’m good.” He came back with a $10 and it crossed my mind that Munenori and the zeitgeist might never meet again, so with a bit of “what the hell,” I made this impulse buy.

Welcome back to the majors, Munenori Kawasaki.

(Upon closer inspection, they basically take find some images, do some scratchy “brush” effects on then, and print a colour copy. This was almost a relief as $10 to produced hand-drawn replicas would be crazy-low wages.)