Must see: Leafs legend cheers for another Toronto team

What a class act!

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Wendel Clark doesn't need more presentation when it comes to hockey in Toronto. The Kelvington, Saskatchewan native was drafted first overall by the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1985. He played 12 full seasons with the Leafs, serving as the team captain from 1991 to 1994. Toronto traded him to the Quebec Nordiques in a blockbuster deal involving Mats Sundin during the summer of 1994. He came back with the Leafs two years later. After some tough years in Tampa Bay, Detroit and Chicago, he finished his career with the Maple Leafs in 1999-2000. 

On Sunday, Clark was at BMO Field to cheer on an other sports team from Toronto, the Toronto FC.

 What a great gesture by this Leafs legend!