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Toronto Maple Leafs

  • Year of foundation: 1917
  • Colours: blue, white
  • Club status: active
  • Address: Toronto Maple Leafs
    c/o Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment Ltd.
    40 Bay Street
    Suite 400
    Toronto, ON M5J 2X2
  • Phone: +1 416 815 5400
  • WWW: http://mapleleafs.nhl.com/
 
Toronto Maple Leafs is major league affiliate of: Toronto Marlies
Newfoundland Growlers

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Season 2023-2024

Club teams

This club in 2023-2024: NHL

 
Current rosterseason 2023-2024
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GMartin Jones10.01.1990192 cm85 kgright
35GIlya Samsonov22.02.1997191 cm93 kgleft
60GJoseph Woll12.07.1998193 cm92 kgleft
2DSimon Benoit19.09.1998191 cm80 kgleft
78DT.J. Brodie07.06.1990185 cm78 kgleft
55DMark Giordano03.10.1983183 cm93 kgleft
3DJohn Klingberg14.08.1992186 cm80 kgright
85DWilliam Lagesson22.02.1996189 cm94 kgleft
48DMax Lajoie05.11.1997185 cm89 kgleft
37DTimothy Liljegren30.04.1999183 cm87 kgright
22DJake McCabe12.10.1993185 cm93 kgleft
DJacob Muzzin21.02.1989188 cm98 kgleft
44DMorgan Rielly09.03.1994183 cm93 kgleft
DMarshall Rifai16.03.1998185 cm86 kgleft
DConor Timmins18.09.1998186 cm84 kgright
59LWTyler Bertuzzi24.02.1995184 cm87 kgright
CEaston Cowan20.05.2005178 cm77 kgleft
11FMax Domi02.03.1995178 cm88 kgleft
18CNoah Gregor28.07.1998184 cm86 kgleft
29RWPontus Holmberg09.03.1999180 cm81 kgleft
19CCalle Järnkrok25.09.1991181 cm84 kgright
64FDavid Kämpf12.01.1995187 cm83 kgleft
23LWMatthew Knies17.10.2002191 cm95 kgleft
16CMitch Marner05.05.1997180 cm74 kgright
34FAuston Matthews17.09.1997183 cm90 kgleft
74CBobby McMann15.06.1996188 cm94 kgright
39CFraser Minten05.07.2004188 cm87 kgleft
88CWilliam Nylander01.05.1996180 cm82 kgright
75RWRyan Reaves20.01.1987187 cm100 kgright
89LWNick Robertson11.09.2001178 cm80 kgleft
91CJohn Tavares (C)20.09.1990183 cm92 kgleft
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Brad Treliving18.08.1969GM
Sheldon Keefe07.09.1980Head Coach

* no longer in the club

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Founded in 1917, one of the members of the Original Six. Spent 68 years in Maple Leaf Gardens before movin to their current arena, Air Canada Centre, in 1999. Won 13 championships including 11 NHL Stanley Cups as Maple Leafs. However, they have not won since 1967, the longest active streak of waiting for another succes in NHL. Rated as the most valuable club in the league.

Notable players:
  • from 1917 to 1919: Toronto Arenas
  • from 1919 to 1927: Toronto St. Patricks
  • from 1927 to present: Toronto Maple Leafs

11 Stanley Cups as Maple Leafs, 1 as Arenas, 1 as St. Patricks

League winners:
 

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Toronto Maple Leafs add Solar Bears as affiliate

The Toronto Maple Leafs announced today that they have added the Orlando Solar Bears and Toronto Marlies (AHL) as ECHL affiliates. The Solar Bears will enter the 2013-14 season with dual affiliates. Toronto will join the Minnesota Wild and Iowa Wild in supplying prospects to the Solar Bears roster.
"We are pleased to have reached an agreement with the Solar Bears," said Leafs Vice President and Assistant General Manager Claude Loiselle. "As an organization, we are confident that our Toronto Maple Leafs prospects will accelerate their professional development in Orlando."

(23 Jul 2013)
 

Maple Leafs fired GM Brian Burke

Brian Burke has been fired as the president and general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment president Tom Anselmi made the move official during a news conference at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto on Wednesday, and also named Dave Nonis the team's new general manager.

"We've decided to make a leadership change and move in a different direction for the general manager role," Anselmi said.

Anselmi also confirmed that Burke will serve as a senior adviser to the team.

(11 Jan 2013)
 

Maple Leafs fire coach Ron Wilson

Brian Burke, President and General Manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs, announced that head coach Ron Wilson has been relieved of his duties. Replacing Wilson is Randy Carlyle, fired last December by the Anaheim Ducks. Assistant Coach Rob Zettler has been reassigned to other duties in the organization. Burke and Carlyle were in charge of Anaheim when the Ducks won the Stanley Cup in 2007.

"This was not an easy decision for me to make," said Burke. "I want to thank Ron for all of his hard work and dedication to our organization over the past four seasons."

(03 Mar 2012)
 

Maple Leafs coach received contract extension

In an unusual way - a tweet saying "I got a new Red Ryder BB gun and a contract extension!" - Toronto Maple Leafs coach Ron Wilson announced he will remain on team bench after his four-years contract expires, despite the team's absence from the playoffs in his three seasons.

(26 Dec 2011)
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Toronto Maple Leafs participates in season 2023-2024: NHL

 
 
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