The reverse side depicts children engaged in winter sports, including sledding, ice skating, and hockey; this is accompanied by a quotation from Roch Carrier's short story, "The Hockey Sweater":
Les hivers de mon enfance étaient des saisons longues, longues. Nous vivions en trois lieux: l'école, l'église et la patinoire; mais la vraie vie était sur la patinoire.
The winters of my childhood were long, long seasons. We lived in three places—the school, the church and the skating rink—but our real life was on the skating rink.
In the image, one of the hockey players is wearing hockey sweater number 9. Many believe this is to honour Canadian hockey legend Maurice Richard (which would follow Carrier's story, in which a young Québécois boy is obsessed with "The Rocket").
working for me so far - the Habs are my Canajun team
always have been, always will be
A team that hasn't won a Cup since 1967 and missed the playoffs 9 out of 10 years is still the only team that matters.
The Maple Leafs have been the NHL’s most valuable franchise for nine straight years. The team prints money as the sole pro hockey team in Canada's biggest market. The Leafs charge the highest ticket prices in the NHL and have sold out home games for more than a decade.
I think I'll do two sets of guesses ... realistic and dream (Chicago would have to be in the finals)
Everybody was rooting for a Ducks-Rangers finals.