Maple Leafs



Maple Leafs Highlights

The Toronto Maple Leafs are the most prominent NHL team. With fans across the globe, the Leafs are also the most valuable hockey franchise. With 13 Stanley Cups, the Leafs are the second-most storied NHL franchise behind only their archrivals: the Montreal Canadiens. Legends have filled the Toronto Maple Leafs’ team stats over the years.

You can find the NHL odds consistently overrating the Maple Leafs. This team, thanks to its popularity, usually has shorter betting odds than most analysts prognosticate. Despite recent successes, the Leafs have been mired by underachievements and disappointments since after the 1967 NHL Expansion.

General Information

Conference: Eastern
Division: Atlantic
City: Toronto, Ontario
Stadium: Scotiabank Arena


Awards and Trophies

  • 13x Stanley Cups
  • 6x Division Championships
  • 3x Hart Memorial Trophy
  • Ted Lindsay Award
  • Conn Smythe Trophy
  • 2x Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy
  • Frank J. Selke Trophy
  • 6x Vezina Trophy
  • 10x Calder Memorial Trophy
  • Jack Adams Award
  • 9x Lady Byng Memorial Trophy

Toronto Maple Leafs Stats & Analysis

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All-Time Toronto Maple Leafs Records

Most goals in a season

  • Auston Matthews – Goals: 60 (2021-22).

Most assists in a season

  • Doug Gilmour – Assists: 95 (1992-93).

Most points in a season

  • Doug Gilmour – Points: 127 (1992-93).

Most wins in a season

  • Frederik Andersen – Wins: 38 (2017-18).

Most games all-time

  • George Armstrong – Games: 1,188.

Most goals all-time

  • Mats Sundin – Goals: 420.

Most assists all-time

  • Borje Salming – Assists: 620.

Most points all-time

  • Mats Sundin – Points: 987.

Most wins all-time

  • Turk Broda – Wins: 304.

Toronto Maple Leafs Stats & History

The Toronto NHL team debuted in the NHL as the “Arenas”. They were the first Stanley Cup Champions defeating the Vancouver Millionaires in 1918. The team would be renamed the “St. Patricks” and finally the Maple Leafs at the start of the 1927-28 season when Conn Smythe purchased the team.

Toronto would become a dynasty in the 1940s winning six Stanley Cups in the span of 10 seasons. The team was led by greats like Syl Apps and Turk Broda, who still hold most of the club’s goaltender records as of 2022.

From 1952 to 1961, the team would enter a drought known as the “Barilko Curse”. The Leafs did not win a Stanley Cup until 1962. This was around the time the team would once again change ownership. It would be the peak of the franchise. Toronto would acquire the likes of Tim Horton, Frank Mahovlich, and later, Terry Sawchuk. The team would win three Stanley Cups, the last being in 1967 just before the Expansion.

However, this would be the last Cup the Leafs would win for a long time, as the club would be notorious for having the longest championship drought in the NHL. Harold Ballard became the owner in 1971 in what would be considered the darkest years for the franchise.

Despite the efforts of Daryl Sittler, Toronto would struggle constantly to make the playoffs but would not advance past the Semifinals if it did. Following Ballard’s death in 1990, the Leafs would be a resurgent franchise.

New players like Wendel Clark, Felix Potvin, and Doug Gilmour would push the Leafs to become a Stanley Cup contender, although the team would consistently lose deep in the playoffs. The arrival of Mats Sundin, who would lead several Maple Leafs’ team stats, extended Toronto’s period of contention up until the 2004-05 NHL Lockout

Toronto would enter a new low, making just one playoff appearance from the 2005-06 season to 2015-16. But a new management team led by Brendan Shanahan would recreate the Maple Leafs into another contender. Young stars like Auston Matthews and Mitchell Marner would form the nucleus of a perennial powerhouse, even though a Cup has yet to be won.

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