Curtis Joseph became the first Toronto Maple Leaf and the first goaltender to win the King Clancy Trophy in 1999-2000. Joseph spent numerous hours working with various charities in his community. Two of which were programs he and his wife Nancy started. "Cujo's Kids" worked with hospitals and placed children with serious illnesses in a luxury suite at every Leafs home game. "Cujo's Crease" was a specially designed room at the Hospital for Sick Children that was decorated similar to the Leafs dressing room. Despite all his off-ice endeavours, Joseph still managed to be one of the premier goaltenders in the game of hockey.