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Every spring a parade down Bay Street: an eyewitness account of the Toronto Maple Leafs' forty-five straignt Stanley cups

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Red York has seen it all: the Maple Leafs’ forty-five consecutive Stanley Cups, Toronto’s designation as a United Nations World Heritage Site, the emergence of the Toronto Telegram as the nation’s greatest newspaper.

Now, in response to at least two readers’ requests, and with the aid of a ghostwriter whose name he can’t ever remember, the award-winning columnist has penne
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ebook, 199 pages
Published 2013 by Penguin
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Shannan
Apr 15, 2013 Shannan rated it really liked it
This book was quite enjoyably funny. A reader familiar with Toronto, might get a different level of enjoyment from the story - as would someone more familiar with the history of hockey, but a reader with neither backgrounds should still find much enjoyment from this fun story.

Red York is an 'everyman', 'betterthan', 'Orangeman', journalist. He is the king of the "humble brag" and either the luckiest rube in Old Toronto, or the canniest Fox that ever lived.
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