I'm a lifelong die hard Toronto Maple Leafs fan, an ex-beer league goalie, and I also raced enduro stock cars, mostly at Sunset Speedway north of Toronto, in the mid 1980's.
I'm getting up there in years, I've been alive for 4 of the Leafs 11 (13 if you include the Arenas and St. Patricks) Stanley Cups. Please visit YouTube.com/JeffTheLeafsFan to see a bunch of vintage Leafs videos I've made, plus a big variety of other of videos that I've made. Including videos about enduro stock car racing, really bad cooking videos, product reviews, and much more.
Also, because of being a bit of a daredevil as a kid, my enduro stock car racing years, beer league goaltending, and just being in the wrong place at the wrong time a lot, I struggle with the cumulative effects of concussions. If you are interested, you can read this article I wrote for HeadsupCAN.ca. Plus now it has been added to The Brain Injury Society of Toronto's blog too.
Nowadays, my idea of excitement is watching the Leafs and being on #LeafsTwitter while sitting on my racing office chair!
Toronto Maple Leafs, 1967 Stanley Cup Champions covers the Leafs' 1966-67 season. And I added some stuff about Eddie Shack, and Johnny Bower too!
Enduro Stock Car Racing, the racing I did for four years in the 1980's.
Toronto Blue Jays, 1992 World Series Street Party shows the video I made of the party in the streets after the Toronto Blue Jays won the 1992 World Series. I also give a bit of an explaination of the video.