There were high hopes a month or so ago for the Leafs to go all the way--or at least, as far as they could have gone before they inevitably blew it. The last time I was in a city where the hockey team went almost all the way, half the downtown core was practically in ruins the next morning. In Toronto, the response to the Leafs' defeat was somewhat more muted, if only because the last forty-six years have diminished expectations somewhat. Nevertheless, following one of the Leafs' many defeats, there was at least a limited outpouring of frustration--fortunately for the insurance companies, it was only poured out on the tourism pamphlets they keep in front of the Air Canada Centre box offices.
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