In the new installment of this feature, we watch Game 7 of the 1959 Stanley Cup Semifinals between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Boston Bruins at Boston Garden. As was the custom in the 1950's the telecast begins at the start of the second period. Foster Hewitt tells us what we missed and then he does the color commentary and his son Bill does play by play. This game also had a lengthy delay as Bruins goalie Harry Lumley took a puck in the mouth and had to be taken to a nearby hospital. Interviews with Gordie Howe and Eddie Shore help fill the time. Boston television station WNAC-TV provided the cameramen and it was tremendous for 1959. The station would provide coverage of New York, Chicago and Detroit games in Boston and was also used by CBS. The game was overshadowed by longtime NHL referee Red Storey quitting during a news conference in a bar across the street from Boston Garden earlier that afternoon. Storey was accused of freezing up and not calling penalties on Montreal in Chicago in a Game 6 that ended with fans rioting after the Blackhawks lost. His accuser was Clarence Campbell in an interview with the Ottawa Citizen. This would be the last Bruins playoff game for 9 years. Boston Bruins 1958 Roster Toronto Maple Leafs 1958 Roster Previous editions: (1966/4/14) Toronto Maple Leafs vs Montreal Canadiens (1960/4/7) Montreal Canadiens vs Toronto Maple Leafs (1963/4/18) Toronto Maple Leafs vs Detroit Red Wings (1963/12/7) Toronto Maple Leafs vs Chicago Black Hawks (1965/4/1) Montreal Canadiens vs Toronto Maple Leafs A little reminder of the objective of this project: The point is that many pairs of eyes see more than one pair. We got people of various backgrounds, some really knowledgable about this subject, others have extensively researched that topic, and others are really good at evaluating players and tactics. The purpose (...) is to channel and focus the attention and the knowledge of the community on one specific game and learn from the debate about it. Looking forward to your comments and observations!