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In 1972, Maple Leaf Gardens hosted game 2 of the famous Summit Series between Team Canada and the USSR. The Toronto Maple Leafs had been playing in the Arena Gardens on Mutual Street.
It was built in 1912 and held 7,500 for ice hockey.
By 1930, Leafs managing director Conn Smythe decided the Arena was too small and he wanted to build a new arena, larger and more impressive.
Ownership of the hockey team was transferred to MLGL in return for shares.
The Huskies played their last game at the Gardens on March 28, 1947, and the franchise folded shortly thereafter.
Thomson Bros bid just under 0,000 for the project, the lowest of ten tenders received, mainly due to the fact that amongst the Thomson Brothers' various enterprises they had much of the sub contract work covered (Thomson Lumber, Thomson Bros.Toronto Maple Leafs (NHL) (1931–1999) Toronto Huskies (BAA) (1946–1947) Toronto Marlboros (OHL) (1931–1989) Toronto Tecumsehs (ILL) (1932) Toronto Maple Leafs (ILL) (1932) Toronto Maple Leafs (NLA) (1968) Toronto Toros (WHA) (1974–1976) Buffalo Braves (NBA) (1971–1975) Toronto Tomahawks (NLL) (1974) Toronto Blizzard (NASL) (1980–1982 indoor) Toronto Shooting Stars (NPSL) (1996–1997) Toronto Raptors (NBA) (1997–1999) Toronto St.Michael's Majors (OHL) (1997–2000) Toronto Rock (NLL) (1999–2000) Mattamy Athletic Centre Ryerson Rams (U Sports) (2012–present) Toronto Shooting Stars (CLax) (2013) Toronto Predators (GMHL) (2013–present) Maple Leaf Gardens is a historic building located at the northwest corner of Carlton Street and Church Street in Toronto, Canada.Local hero Whipper Billy Watson became the city's top wrestling attraction in the 1940s and 1950s.The last WWE-promoted event to be held at Maple Leaf Gardens was on September 17, 1995.
The building was initially constructed as an arena to host ice hockey games, but has since been reconstructed for other uses.