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Toronto Maple Leafs

Event:Preseason: Toronto Maple Leafs
vs Detroit Red Wings
Date:September 29, 2018
7:00 pm
Ticket Detail:

Toronto Maple Leafs

Event Date Venue Tickets Detail
Preseason: Toronto Maple Leafs
vs Detroit Red Wings
September 29, 2018
7:00 pm

Maple Leafs Corner

The Toronto Maple Leafs are a professional hockey team in the National Hockey League (the NHL). The Toronto Maple Leafs play in the Northeast Division of the Eastern Conference with four other teams: the Buffalo Sabres, the Montreal Canadiens, the Boston Bruins, and the Ottawa Senators.  Maple Leafs tickets will be a hot item during the 2014-2015 NHL hockey schedule.

Toronto Maple Leafs 2014-2015 Outlook

Much like the Avalanche, the numbers say the Maple Leafs simply can’t win without either fixing their possession problems or posting crazy-high percentages at both ends. Unlike the Avs, the Leafs at least seem to realize that’s a problem. Carlyle and his new staff are making adjustments to the team’s much-maligned defensive system, and Shanahan even hired an analytics team to educate key decision-makers going forward.

Those are positive changes, but they won’t fix the problem right away, which means the Leafs will need another season of excellent goaltending and above-average shooting just to make the playoffs. They can probably get the latter, thanks to a decent forward group led by Phil Kessel and James van Riemsdyk. As far as the goaltending, Jonathan Bernier was excellent last year until he got hurt during his return to Los Angeles on March 13. That left the starter’s job with James Reimer, who took most of the blame for the season-ending slide.

Surprisingly, Reimer is back this year, although the starter’s job is clearly Bernier’s. Between them, they’ll need to provide All-Star-caliber goaltending, at least until Carlyle (or his replacement) can fix the defense. If they do, and if the other key players can stay reasonably healthy like they did last year, then this team can make the playoffs.

History

The Toronto Maple Leafs franchise was originally founded in 1917 and is officially known as the Toronto Maple Leaf Hockey Club.  The Toronto Maple Leafs are one of the Original Six teams in the NHL – along with the New York Rangers, the Boston Bruins, the Detroit Red Wings, the Montreal Canadiens and the Chicago Blackhawks.  Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Ltd. Owns and operates the Toronto Maple Leafs franchise.  The Toronto Maple Leafs are the most valuable team in the NHL with a valuation of $413 million.  The New York Rangers and Detroit Red Wings are the 2nd and 3rd most valuable NHL franchises, respectively.  The Toronto Maple Leafs franchise has always had a long and heated rivalry with Canadian rival, the Montreal Canadiens.  More recently, Toronto Maple Leafs franchise has developed a strong rivalry with another Canadian team – the Ottawa Senators.  The Toronto Maple Leafs franchise won the Stanley Cup in 1918 and 1922 and then again in 1932.  During a 10-year stretch from 1942 through 1951, the Toronto Maple Leafs won 6 Stanley Cups, including 3 straight championships from 1947 through 1949.  The Toronto Maple Leafs won 3 straight Stanley Cup titles again from 1962 through 1964.  The Toronto Maple Leafs won their final Stanley Cup title in 1967.  Since that time, despite numerous opportunities, the Toronto Maple Leafs have only advanced to 4 Eastern Conference Finals series and have never returned to another Stanley Cup series.  The Toronto Maple Leafs did not qualify for post-season play following the 2005-2006 and 2006-2007 NHL seasons. 
    
The Toronto Maple Leafs have retired the following players’ numbers: Bill Barilko’s #5 (retired on October 17, 1992); Ace Bailey’s #6 (retired on October 17, 1992); and Wayne Gretzky’s #99 (retired league-wide by the NHL on February 6, 2000).  Although numerous hockey players achieved great success while playing for the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Toronto Maple Leafs organization has a policy of only retiring the numbers of players who have made a significant contribution to the Toronto Maple Leaf Hockey Club and who have experienced a career-ending incident while a member of the Toronto Maple Leaf team. 

Toronto Maple Leafs TV/Radio

All Toronto Maple Leafs hockey games can be seen on television on the following networks:  Leafs TV, Rogers Sportsnet Ontario and The Sports Network in the greater Toronto, Ontario area.  ESPN also has television rights to Toronto Maple Leafs games based on the popularity of the game. Tune into CFMJ 640 on your AM dial to catch each Toronto Maple Leafs hockey game on the radio.

Air Canada Centre

The Toronto Maple Leafs play their home games in Air Canada Centre.  Air Canada Centre is located in downtown Toronto, Ontario and is known as the “ACC” or the “Hangar”.  The venue opened in February 1999.  In addition to hosting all Toronto Maple Leafs NHL Hockey games, Air Canada Centre also hosts all of the professional basketball games for the Toronto Raptors of the National Basketball Association and all of the professional lacrosse games for the Toronto Rock of the National Lacrosse League.  Air Canada Centre holds a capacity of 18,819 devoted die-hard Toronto Maple Leafs fans.  It has played host to numerous memorable and historic NHL hockey games, concerts and other events, including the 2000 NHL All-Star Game and the championship game of the 2004 World Cup of Hockey.  The Spice Girls also ended their 2007-2008 reunion tour at the Air Canada Centre on February 26, 2008.  The 5,200-seat Best Buy Theatre is also located inside the Air Canada Centre.  Best Buy Theatre serves as the venue for theatre concerts and Broadway and family shows.   

Stadium:
Air Canada Centre
40 Bay Street
Toronto, Ontario M5J 2X2

Event Resources

http://mapleleafs.nhl.com
www.theaircanadacentre.com

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