Toronto Maple Leafs Playoff Tickets
Team: Toronto Maple Leafs
Head Coach: Sheldon Keefe
Stanley Cup Wins: 13
Rivals: Montreal Canadiens, Ottawa Senators, Philadelphia Flyers, Buffalo Sabres, New Jersey Devils
Notable Alumni: Mats Sundin, Darryl Sittler, Doug Gilmour, Dave Keon, Wendel Clark, Borje Salming
Toronto Maple Leafs Playoff TicketsBased in Toronto, Canada, the Toronto Maple Leafs is a professional hockey team that plays in the Eastern Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL). The team has won 13 Stanley Cups. The Maple Leafs also have one of the most colorful histories of any hockey team. One of the NHL's founding teams in 1917, it has won two Stanley Cups in the first five years of the NHL. While the last Stanley Cup win was the 1966-1967 season, the Toronto Maple Leafs franchise is ready for its next win. It consistently ranks at the top of the league in attendance thanks to a devoted fan base called the Leaf Nation, and it has many well-established rivalries. The on-going feud with the Montreal Canadiens may be one of the most bitter in hockey history. Get your Toronto Maple Leaf playoff tickets today at StubHub.
Where do the Toronto Maple Leafs play?The Toronto Maple Leafs play in Scotiabank Arena, which is well-known for its accessibility, box office services, environmentalism, fan services, security and sales. The venue has been host to over 39 million fans over more than 2,600 events, including several NHL and NBA playoff games. It also hosted the 2016 NHL World Cup of Hockey, the 2016 NBA All-Star Weekend, the 2015 IIHF World U20 Championship, the 2003 Liberal Party Convention and more.
Who is the head coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs?After the recent firing of coach Mike Babcock, Sheldon Keefe became the new head coach of the team in November 2019 after a slow start to the season. Keefe is a former player and professional coach in the NHL. After three successful seasons with the Ontario Hockey League's Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds, Keefe became head coach of the Toronto Marlies in 2015, which is a top affiliate of the Toronto Maple Leafs. Under Keefe, the team won 199 total games in the American Hockey League as head coach. Keefe coached the Marlies to the franchise's first Calder Cup in 2018.
Who are the Toronto Maple Leafs' biggest rivals in its conference?During the Original Six era, which lasted about 25 years from 1942-1967, the teams played one another 14 times in the regular season. Only four teams continued on into the playoffs, and the rivalries became intense. Several rivalries formed for the Toronto Maple Leafs during this time with the Boston Bruins, the Detroit Red Wings and, perhaps the most bitter rivalry, the Montreal Canadiens. The feud with the Canadiens came from tensions between English-speaking Canadians and French-speaking Canadians, and many consider it to be the greatest rivalry in hockey. A rivalry has also formed with the Ottawa Senators.
How do the NHL playoffs work?In the NHL, the top three teams in each of the four divisions gain playoff berths. The next two teams when it comes to total conference points, no matter what division they are in, get wild card spots in the playoffs. The end result is eight total teams in each of the two conferences. The top seed of each division plays a wild card team in its own conference. The division leader that has the most points will play against the wild card team with the lowest number of points. The second- and third-seed teams in each division play against each other in the first round.
Where can I get tickets to a Toronto Maple Leafs' playoff game?To get your Toronto Maple Leafs playoff tickets, go to the world's leading ticketing marketplace, StubHub.
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