Toronto loves the Toronto Maple Leafs and vice versa. With almost every home game tickets sold out in such a short period of time and Maple Leafs season tickets in such high demand, it is no doubt that this is hockey town.
Catching a hockey game at ACC is fantastic lifetime experience. Leafs tickets are cheap considering the thrills they provide fans. Ice level, playoffs, international games, 300 levels, 200 levels, 100 levels, Platinum/Gold/Red/Green/Purple/Blue tickets; it’s difficult to buy Leafs tickets that are not for an amazing game either home or away.
Toronto Maple Leafs 2015 Schedule / Tickets
Toronto Maple Leafs Seating Map Chart
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The Toronto Maple Leafs are not only one of the NHL’s oldest franchises, they are also one of the most successful and recognizable. They are one of the ‘original six’ teams that’s initially made up the league, with the team being formed in 1917.
They began life as simply Toronto, before being rebranded as the Toronto St Patricks, which they would play under in their first few years, before being sold and renamed to their current name.
The club hit the ground running, with success in their first ever season in which they won their first ever Stanley Cup Championship in the 1917-18 season. They would always be up the top of the table battling for the NHL championship, regularly finishing second and third.
They would come first in the 1920-21 season, but would lose in the playoffs to the Ottawa Senators. They would take note the next season when despite finishing second, would go on to win the Stanley Cup for the second time.
The next two decades would prove to be less than successful for the Maple Leafs, who would have to wait much longer for their next championship victory. Their lone Stanley Cup win of the 30s came in the 1931-32 season in which they would win the cup for a third time, defeating the New York Rangers in the final.
Despite coming first in the division for 3 consecutive years, the Maple leafs would suffer Stanley Cup heartaches for each of those seasons. Between the 1932-35 seasons, they would become defeated finalists in two finals as well as going out in the semi-finals of the playoffs.
It would take them till the 190-41 season to finally break their losing streak in the playoffs, recording their fourth Stanley Cup. The 40s would prove to be a decade of dominance for the Toronto Maple Leafs as they would go on to win a staggering 6 Stanley Cups all the up till the early 50s
They would suffer another ten years of failure until returning to form during the 1960s, with them wining an impressive 4 Stanley Cups, taking their total to 13, second to only the Montreal Canadiens. However they have yet to taste success since, with their 47 year wait for their next championship the longest ever in the NHL
Despite this they remain one of the most valuable and popular teams in all of Ice Hockey, being name the most valuable team in the NHL by Forbes magazine.
The recent hardships for the Maple Leafs have been well documented, and unfortunately their troubles show no signs of going away in the upcoming season. Having finished 7<sup>th</sup> in the division and 15<sup>th</sup> in the conference, the Maple leafs are struggling to put any sort of winning runs together.
Leafs Current 2015 Standings
- GP: Games Played
- W: Wins
- L: Losses
- OTL: Overtime Losses
- PTS: Points
- ROW: Regulation and Overtime Wins
- SOW: Shootout Wins
- SOL: Shootout Losses
- HOME: Home Record
- ROAD: Road Record
- GF: Goals For
- GA: Goals Against
- DIFF: Goal differential
- L10: Record Last Ten
- STRK: Streak
- z – Clinched Best Record in Conference
- y – Clinched Division Title
- x – Clinched Playoff Berth
- w – Clinched Wild Card
- e – Eliminated from Playoff Contention
- * – Clinched Presidents’ Trophy (Best Regular-Season Record)