Toronto Maple Leafs Tickets

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One of the NHL’s oldest teams clashes against Atlantic Division foes in hopes of adding another Stanley Cup to a collection of more than 12

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Toronto Maple Leafs

The Toronto Maple Leafs are hockey royalty. When the NHL formed on November 26, 1917, the Toronto club—then known as the Arenas—was one of four members. It played its first game on December 19 of that year—a 10-9 loss to the Montreal Wanderers—and shortly thereafter, hosted its first home match in front of just 700 fans. Despite the discouraging start, the Arenas went on to win the league’s inaugural championship at a time when the reward for doing was simply hearty handshakes for all the players.

During the 1920s, businessman-turned-hockey legend Conn Smythe bought the Toronto franchise. He changed the team name to the Maple Leafs in 1927, and switched the teams colors to the blue and white scheme that still unites all of Leafs Nation today. Of course, the colors only become as iconic as the team that wears them—the Maple Leafs have defended that legacy. Overall, they’ve made 65 playoff appearances. They’ve also secured 13 Stanley Cups, three of which came consecutively during a dominating stretch from 1962-1965.

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    Air Canada Centre

    40 Bay St.

    Toronto, ON M5J 2X2

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