Toe played for the Montreal Canadiens for 12 1/2 seasons from 1935-36 into 1947-48 before a double fracture of his ankle ending his playing career in early 1948. While playing for the Habs, Toe was part of the Punch Line with Elmer Lach and Maurice Richard. For Toe's last 8 seasons he was the captain of the Canadiens and won the Stanley Cup in 1944 and 1946. In the 1938-39 season, Toe won the Hart trophy as the NHL most valuable player as well as the Art Ross trophy for leading the league in scoring. In 1955
Toe was named the coach of the Canadiens and there he stayed for the next 13 years. During this stretch the Canadiens won 8 Stanley Cups, the most of any Canadiens coach ever. He is still the winningest coach in Canadiens history. In 1966, Toe was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Toe died of pneumonia, as a complication of Alzheimer's disease, on May 17, 1995 at the age of 82. The postcard is in beautiful condition and the signature is a 10.