Toronto Maple Leafs

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Toronto Arenas 1918–19
Toronto St. Patricks
1919 – February 14, 1927
Toronto Maple Leafs
February 14, 1927 – present

         

The Toronto Maple Leafs are a professional ice hockey team based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. They are members of the Northeast Division of the Eastern Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL). The organization, one of the "Original Six" members of the NHL, is officially known as the Toronto Maple Leaf Hockey Club and is the leading subsidiary of Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment (MLSE). They have played at the Air Canada Centre (ACC) since 1999, after 68 years at Maple Leaf Gardens. Toronto won their last Stanley Cup in 1967.

The Leafs are well known for their long and bitter rivalries with the Montreal Canadiens and the Ottawa Senators. The franchise's 13 championships are second only to the Canadiens, who have 24. Toronto has won eleven Stanley Cups as the Maple Leafs since the cup became solely competed for within the NHL in 1927, and two cups prior to this: one as the St. Patricks, and one as the Arenas. However, the Leafs have not won the Cup at all since 1967, the longest-active Cup drought in the NHL, and thus are the only Original Six team that has not won the Cup since the 1967 NHL expansion.

At $470 million US (in 2009), the Leafs are the most valuable team in the NHL, followed by the New York Rangers and the Montreal Canadiens.[1]

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