Toronto Maple Leafs Tickets

Toronto Maple Leafs tickets

Find your Toronto Maple Leafs tickets today! Although the team hasn't won the Stanley Cup Finals in almost 50 years, that could all change in 2016! Led by Captain Dion Phaneuf, the Toronto Maple Leafs are looking to go all the way this season. Take a look at the schedule below, and get your Toronto Maple Leafs tickets now!

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Friday
Sep 16, 2016
3:35PM
NHL Rookie Tournament: Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Montreal CanadiensLondon, Canada
Budweiser Gardens
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Friday
Sep 16, 2016
7:00PM
NHL Rookie Tournament: Ottawa Senators vs. Toronto Maple LeafsLondon, Canada
Budweiser Gardens
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Saturday
Sep 17, 2016
7:00PM
NHL Rookie Tournament: Montreal Canadiens vs. Toronto Maple LeafsLondon, Canada
Budweiser Gardens
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Sunday
Sep 18, 2016
4:35PM
NHL Rookie Tournament: Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Pittsburgh PenguinsLondon, Canada
Budweiser Gardens
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Tuesday
Oct 04, 2016
7:30PM
NHL Preseason: Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Ottawa SenatorsSaskatoon, Canada
SaskTel Centre
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Sunday
Jan 01, 2017
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NHL Centennial Classic: Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Detroit Red WingsToronto, Canada
BMO Field
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Toronto Maple History

The Toronto Maple Leafs were founded in 1917 as the Toronto Arenas. One of the “Original Six” NHL teams, the Toronto Maple Leafs was created so there would be an even number of teams in the newly created NHL, which only had three teams after the Quebec Bulldogs suspended operations. The Arenas won the first NHL Stanley Cup in 1918.

After legal disputes, the Arena Company, which owned the Arenas, was forced to sell the team in 1919. The team’s new owners, who were made up of former executives from the amateur league team, the Toronto St. Patricks, changed the Arenas name to the St. Patricks.

In 1927, the team was sold once again, and their name was changed to the Toronto Maple Leafs. Over the next 40 years, the Toronto Maple Leafs brought 11 Stanley Cup championships to Canada’s largest city.

Toronto Maple Leafs Today

Since 1999, the Toronto Maple Leafs have called Air Canada Centre home, and today, the Maple Leafs are led by head coach Mike Babcock. Top players on the team include centers Leo Komarov and Tyler Bozak, and winger James Van Riemsdyk. Find your Toronto Maple Leafs tickets today and see the team take on some of the best competition in the NHL in 2016.