The Toronto Maple Leafs still have a chance, stats wise everyone has a chance, but the Leafs will have to win 7-8 of there last 10 games to make it.
The Toronto Maple Leafs ended a 8 year drought by making the playoffs in the 2013 season. They were eliminated in the first round in overtime of game 7 by the Boston Bruins.
Conn Smythe purchased the Toronto St. Patricks in 1927 and renamed the team as the Toronto Maple Leafs.
no they did not make it to the finals, however they made it to the play off.
Center George Armstrong spent his entire 21 year career with the Maple Leafs. He was the Captain of the team for 11 years which is a franchise record. He finished his career with 296 goals and 417 assists for 713 career points. Goalie Turk Broda spent his entire 14 year career with the Maple Leafs (1936-1952). Right Wing Ron Ellis spent his entire 16 year career with the Maple Leafs (1963-1981). Center Ted Kennedy spent his entire 14 year career with the Maple Leafs (1942-1957).
The Toronto Maple Leafs have not won a Stanley Cup since 1967.
2013: No, the Toronto Maple Leafs were eliminated in the first round in 7 games by the Boston Bruins.
1966-67 was the last season in which the Toronto Maple Leafs won the Stanley Cup.
Maple trees do not stay green all year. Maple trees are deciduous. Maple leafs change colors in fall and then fall in winter.
That number this year (2010) is currently around 500 million. But it might go up and down each year. However, every single year the Maple Leafs are the highest revenue making team and the second and third are the Montreal Canadiens, and the New York Rangers. Last year the Leafs made 53% of the total NHL Revenue! ----------- The Maple Leafs did not make $500 million or 53% of the total NHL revenue. Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, the owners of the Leafs, made $500 million. There is a big difference as MLSE also owns the Raptors, Toronto FC, Air Canada Centre, Marlies, a popular sports bar, and 2 condominium buildings. NHL teams do not release financial numbers however we do know by admissions in the Phoenix Coyotes bankruptcy hearing that the Leafs earn the most revenue in the NHL.
They began play as the Maple Leafs in 1927. before that they were charter members of the NHL in 1917 as the St. Pats, and before that the Toroto Arenas, or blueshirts.
The Maple Leafs have not participated in the playoffs since the 2003-04 season, when the team finished fourth in the Eastern Conference and therefore earned home ice advantage in the first round. Toronto moved past the Ottawa Senators in the first round in seven games, but could only win two games in the Conference Semifinals against the Philadelphia Flyers. The Leafs came to within two points of making the playoffs in the 2005-06 season, one point in 2006-07, but did not have a successful enough year in 2007-08 to finish better than 12th in the Conference standings.
The leafs are last in their division and conference. They are currently 14 points from the #8 spot (to qualify for a playoff spot)
Yes and no well they have Phil kesel the sniper tyler bozack the master at faceoffs and Dion punuf so yes the NHL says you if you don't think so look on the NHL news
With the way the Leafs are playing this year, I'm tempted to say the Toronto Marlies who are having a tremendous year in the AHL. However, as bad as they are this year it is still the Toronto Maple Leafs.
That has never happened. The Maple Leafs played at Maple Leaf Gardens from 1931 to 1999. A new building, several blocks away from the Gardens, was built and opened in 1999. The new building is called the Air Canada Centre.
1918, against the Vancouver Millionaires.
The Canadians can not make the playoffs because they are last in there conference.
Mogilny's final season with the Leafs was the 2003-04 season. After the strike season he wound up with the New Jersey Devils in 2005-06.
1967. (Thanks for reminding us!)
They were a charter member of the NHL in 1917, competing without a nickname for the 1917-18 season. They became the Toronto Arenas in 1918 and the St. Pats in 1919 before being Purchased by Conn Smythe in 1927 and having their name changed to the Toronto Maple Leafs.