Welcome back to another edition of Throwback Thursday!
This week in 1985 (Aug. 12), the Toronto Maple Leafs signed Marian Stastny.
Marian spent only one-year playing for the Toronto Maple Leafs scoring 23 goals and 53 points in 70 games. He joined his younger brother, Peter Stastny, in Quebec starting in 1981-82 and spent four years there before moving to Toronto.
All in all, Marian saw good success during his five-year career. Over 322 games, he scored 121 goals and 294 total points.
His year with the Leafs saw a great rebound year after a tough 85-86 season with Quebec, but Toronto was unable to get out of the first round and Marian was held off the scoresheet.
His brother, Peter, had a much longer career having left the Czech league for the NHL in 1980. Peter was a superstar for the Nordiques with multiple 100-point seasons. Peter played 15 years in his hall of fame career scoring 450 goals and 1239 points in 977 games. His sons, Yan and Paul, both had long NHL careers too.
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Author: Zach Laing / The Leafs Nation