LoL...the movie actually looks funny. I love Mike Myers and his absurd sense of humor. This isn't the first time he fantasizes about the Laffs wining the cup though. In one Austin Powers movie (I don't remember which), there is a news anchor talking and on the lower part of the screen where headlines are shown there is one saying "The maple leafs finally win the Stanley Cup".
I'm sure other references to that can be found in his other movies! Let the guy have live his dream, isn't that what Hollywood is about
Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997):
The characters General Borchevsky and Commander Gilmore are named after two Toronto Maple Leafs hockey players and Mike Myers' dogs.
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999):
A scene was cut involving a character named Sullivan. Sullivan was another Mike Myers reference to the Toronto Maple Leafs (Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997)). The scene was cut when the actor left to work on another project.
Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002):
Mike Myers is a Maple Leafs fan. As in the first two Austin Powers movies, there are more references to the Toronto Maple Leafs hockey team. They include: - Mini Me wearing a Maple Leaf jersey during their video from prison - a caption during the newscast announcing the Maple Leafs won the Stanley Cup.
Wayne's World (1992):
The donut shop is owned by ex Chicago Blackhawk Stan Mikita, a reference to a popular chain of Canadian donut shops created by hockey legend Tim Horton. The police officer in the shop is Officer Koharski. This could be a reference to the National Hockey League referee Don Koharski who was told by New Jersey Devils coach Jim Schoenfeld to "have another donut, you fat pig" after a playoff game.