Toronto Maple Leafs: Which of the Hall of Fame Inductees Was the Best as a Leaf?

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Toronto Maple Leafs: Which of the Hall of Fame Inductees Was the Best as a Leaf?
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The NHL Hall of Fame inductees from this year included three former Maple Leafs players: forwards Doug Gilmour and Joe Nieuwendyk and goaltender Ed Belfour.

With such a group of guys being inducted at the same time, it begs the question of who was the best as a member of the Toronto Maple Leafs?

None of them played the majority of their careers in Toronto, but they did all enjoy some time in the blue and white. All three of them won a Stanley Cup during their careers, but none could bring a championship to the city that has waited the longest for a parade in downtown. 

After their careers have been immortalized in the Hall of Fame in Toronto, let's see who had the biggest impact on the ice in Toronto. 

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