Tuesday, November 6, 2018


 Al Shaw of the Original Six Alumni.
 (L) Scott Morrison (HHOF Writer/Sportsnet) and Jim Tatti (TSN).
Mike "The Ultimate Leafs Fan" Wilson. 
Jennifer Anderson & Jim Anderson from the Original Six Alumni lunch.
 Adrian Stanowski. Her father, Wally, was a teammate of Bob Goldham's on the 1941-42 Toronto Maple Leafs. They remain to be the only club in NHL history to roar back from being down 3 games in the Cup final to win the next 4. 
Santa promised to deliver my book to "all the good boys and girls."
Author and historian, Kevin Shea. I interviewed Kevin for the St. Mike's chapter.
The voice of the Toronto Maple Leafs and recent Hockey Hall of Fame inductee (Foster Hewitt Memorial Award 2018) Joe Bowen.
Toronto Sun hockey writer and columnist Lance Hornby.
Author and historian Todd Denault.
Honoured to donate two books to Gary Tobin's auction in support of alzheimer's research at Baycrest Hospital for the 2019 Pro-Am Hockey Tournament. Gary is one of the most generous individuals I've ever met.
Craig Stanowski with his copy of Bob Goldham Outside the Goal Crease. Craig is the son of Bob's former teammate on the Leafs, Wally Stanowki.  
Marcel Dionne, the fifth leading goal scorer (731) in NHL history, with his copy of my book on Bob Goldham.
Wally Stanowski's son, Skip, with Harvey McKenney in from Boston at the Original Six Alumni lunch.
Toronto Maple Leaf icon, Dave Keon, with his copy of Bob Goldham Outside the Goal Crease. Dave's wife, Jane, sent this photo with the caption, "David's summer read at the beach." I interviewed Dave for the book, as Bob Goldham was his lone coach with the OHA junior A, St. Mike's Majors. 
Toronto author and historian, Mike Filey, has been a big supporter of my book. Couldn't resist snapping this shot of Mike at an Original Six Alumni lunch. His column - The Way We Were - appears every Sunday in the Toronto Sun.
During a visit to the Sunnybrook Veterans Centre, it was my honour to donate a copy of my Goldham book to the  Veterans library. The book was accepted by Richard Ratcliffe, who is the president of the Veterans Council. Like Bob Goldham, Mr. Ratcliffe served in the Canadian Navy.
Former Hockey Night in Canada colour commentator, Harry Neale. In the late 1960s, Bob Goldham became the first permanent studio analyst hired by the show.  
Bob Goldham's eldest daughter, Patricia, with her grandson, Hunter.

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