The Toronto Maple Leafs have had a pretty long dry stretch, and one man's disappointment extends even from beyond the grave.
Terry Siebert, a Hamilton man who died last Monday, included a parting swipe at the Leafs in his obituary.
The last line reads, "It was Terry's last wish that his pallbearers be the Toronto Maple Leafs so they could let him down one last time."
Even in death, sports can be very cruel. An ode to the Toronto Maple Leafs, in the last line of a man's obituary. pic.twitter.com/Y8QOi1tCJt— David Ebner (@DavidEbner) July 25, 2014
The Leafs' last Stanley Cup win was in 1967, when Siebert was either 11 or 12 years old. That's a long time ago, Toronto.
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