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Maple Leafs sports and entertainment Inc, who also own the Air Canada Centre, where the Leafs and The Raptors play. Which the maElementjority owner is now the Ontario Teachers Penion Plan. Teachers? owns 58% of MLSE. BellGlobeMedia (15%), TD Capital (14%) and Kilmer Investments (13%) share the remaining ownership stakes. Teachers? has been an investor in MLSE since 1994.

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Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan and Bell Globemedia,

who bought them in 1994 and 2003

for $90 mil and $234 mil, respectively. MLSE (Maple Leaf Sports Entertainment)

The team was owned by three principle partners:

- Stafford Smythe (Died in 1971)
- John Bassett (Sold his shares in 1969)
- Harold Ballard (Took full control in 1971, died in 1989)

The Toronto Maple Leafs are owned by a limited partnership called Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment.

Brian Burke.he made many major trades getting Phil Kessel, Jean Sebastian Gigure and Dion Phaneuf who is now the captain.

Q: Who were the owners of the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1967?

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1967, when the Toronto Maple Leafs beat the Montreal Canadiens. Interestingly, this was also the 100th anniversary of the creation of Canada as a country.

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As of 2012, the Toronto Maple Leafs have won 13 Stanley Cups. There last cup came in 1967.

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In 2004, when they made it to the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals but lost. Since then, the Toronto Maple Leafs haven't made it to the play-offs.

The Leafs were defeated by the Carolina Hurricanes 4 games to 2 in the 2002 Eastern Conference Finals.