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The logo for the Toronto Maple Leafs has always been a maple leaf. Usually it has the Toronto Maple Leafs written on it and the colour blue features heavily.
Some of the important changes that have taken place with the jersey of the Toronto Maple Leafs is the color of the jersey. From 1922 to 1927 the team color had changed to green and white. That is when the team colors went from green and white back to the original blue and white which was first implemented under the team name the Argonauts in 1873. The colors have since remained blue and white.
It is a dark-ish Blue. A navy type of colour. But since the Leafs have many different jerseys, their shades of blue do vary.
Ice hockey (Maple Leafs), baseball (Blue Jays)
The Toronto Maple Leafs have many shades of blue. Usually, its a navy or a light blue. Sometimes it is dark though. Although, if you check out the Wikipedia article on the Toronto Maple Leafs, you will find the actual colors.
No. This is because the Toronto Blue Jay's season starts during the NBA/NHL play-offs and the Toronto Maple Leafs and Toronto Raptors have never been in the play-offs at the same time.
Toronto, Canada. The teams are the Toronto Maple leafs (blue), the Toronto Blue Jays (blue [obviously!]) and their CFL (Canadian Football League) team, the Toronto Argonauts (blue). Pittsburgh also has three sports teams (NHL - Penguins, MLB - Pirates, NFL - Steelers) that are all Black and Yellow. Giggity.
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yes, of course they will, the same as the Toronto Maple Leafs, patience is a virtue, THEY WILL WIN !!!!!!!
Toronto Raptors, Toronto Maple Leafs, Ottawa Senators, Toronto Blue Jays
David Clarkson plays for the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Toronto's NHL team was originally known as the Arenas and later the St. Pats. The name Maple Leafs was adopted in 1927, and I am told it was named after the Maple Leaf Regiment that fought in World War I. Of course, for those readers outside the Great White North, you'll recognize that the Maple Leaf is a well-known symbol for Canada, so it's quite appropriate. ------- To actually answer the question: Toronto has always been a blue/white city. I'm not sure where it originated but it long predates not only the Toronto Arenas (original name of the Maple Leafs) but also the Toronto Blueshirts of the NHA. If you notice the Argonauts along with the Blue Jays also follow the Blue/White pattern. The most commonly held belief is Smythe got the colour scheme from the University Of Toronto Varsity Blues, where he had been captain of the ice hockey team in 1915. Where UofT got theirs from, I don't know.