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4/8/15 - Even though the Toronto Maple Leafs are not going to make the playoffs, they haven’t been giving away wins on the ice. On April 5, 2015 the Maple Leafs were up against the Ottawa Senators. This game was nothing short of exciting, with a goal occurring each period. By the end of regulation time, the two teams were tied up 2-2 sending them into overtime and then a shootout. Peter Holland for the Maple Leafs was able to sink one into the net in the seventh round of the shootout to boost Toronto to a 3-2 victory. Don’t miss your chance to watch the Maple Leafs end their season with a bang. They face off against the Canadiens on Saturday, April 11. Tickets for this game start at $166.
4/1/15 - On Saturday, March 28 the Toronto Maple Leafs were able to dig their way out of a major losing hole. With seven consecutive losses, the Maple Leafs were elated to stop the streak when they beat the Ottawa Senators in overtime. The Maple Leafs trailed the Senators 0-2 ending the second period of play. However, Tyler Bozak for the Maple Leafs played one of the best games of his life when he scored three goals in the third period, tying up the game. Brewer slammed in the last and final goal in overtime, giving the Maple Leafs a much needed win. Don’t miss your chance to watch them live when they play the Buffalo Sabres on April 1. Tickets are still available and start at $18 a piece.
3/27/15 - The Toronto Maple Leafs are in a major slump, losing their sixth consecutive game against the Minnesota Wild on March 23, 2015. A lot of the credit goes to the Wild’s amazing goalie, Devan Dubnyk, who made 35 saves to lead them to the 2-1 win. Even though the Maple Leafs lost, they were able to get one in the net during the third period. The Maple Leafs defenseman, Jake Gardiner, was the man to make the goal and end Dubnyk’s hopes for a shutout. As the season comes to a close, the Maple Leafs are still playing their best hockey even though playoff hopes are out of the question. Go see them face off against the Senators on March 28 at the Air Canada Centre. Tickets are still available for $81 each.
3/20/15 - The Toronto Maple Leafs have had a rough season from the get go. However, in December they were able to pull themselves out of an inconsistent slump and won six games in a row, two of those games in exciting shootouts. The Maple Leafs record is 27 wins to 38 losses, but they have had their shining moments this season beating Florida, Philadelphia and Columbus. Even though they are at the bottom of their conference, they continue to play some thrilling and aggressive hockey. Watch them take on the Minnesota Wild on March 23, 2015 at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, ON. Tickets for that game are available for $38 and it is sure to provide you with a night full of fun entertainment.
3/13/15 - Another win for the Toronto Maple Leafs. This time, they were able to beat the Buffalo Sabres in a match that came down to a shootout. Leo Komarov and Brandon Kozun each scored to tie the game at the end of the first period, but they fell behind in the second. Then Tyler Bozak was able to tie it up once more with help from Phil Kessel and Morgan Rielly. With neither team scoring in overtime, the game was won after the Sabres failed to match Bozak's goal in the shootout. The Leafs now begin a series of away games, but will return on March 19th to play the San Jose Sharks. Tickets for that game, which promises to be very exciting, begin as low as $33.
3/6/15 - Things have been improving for the Toronto Maple Leafs ever since they ended their losing streak two weeks ago. They immediately followed up their win with another victory, this time against the Philadelphia Flyers. The Leafs even managed to shut the Flyers out in the first and second period. More recently, they managed to barely edge out the Florida Panthers in a 3-2 win. After falling behind early, Tyler Bozak tied the game up in the second period. The Leafs fell behind again, but this time Nazem Kadri and Peter Holland each scored, within five minutes of each other, to push the Leafs to victory in the third period. They have three consecutive home games approaching, the first being against the St. Louis Blues on March 7th. Tickets start at $67.
2/27/15 - The Toronto Maple Leafs were up to five consecutive losses, but it looks like all they needed was a home game. They ended their losing streak on Feb. 21st when they played the Winnipeg Jets on their own ice. It was still a very close game, however. The Leafs were one point behind through the entire match, but Nazem Kadri, assisted by Morgan Rielly and Daniel Winnik, managed to tie it up at three in the final period. It went to overtime where James van Riemsdyk won the game for Toronto. The Leafs have one more home game before they hit the road again, so be sure to catch them while they are in Toronto. Tickets for the match against the Philadelphia Flyers start at $52.
2/18/15 - The Toronto Maple Leafs finally ended their 10-game losing streak on Feb. 7th, but they were not able to celebrate long. Since then, they have lost all four of their games. It is easy to look at their recent losses and see a poorly performing team, but they have fallen short by a single point every time they lose. In fact, Feb. 14th's game against the Montreal Canadiens went to a shootout. They are still playing very well, especially Phil Kessel, who is up to 23 points, and Derick Brassard, who is up to 27 assists. They travel to play the Carolina Hurricanes on Feb. 20th, then will return on the 21st for back to back home games against the Jets and the Flyers. Tickets are available for $95 for the first game and $43 for the second.
2/12/15 - To say things have been rough for the Toronto Maple Leafs lately would be an understatement. They were up to 10 consecutive losses, but most of those were away games. Maple Leafs fans were anxious for their team to return to their home rink to try and turn things around. On Feb. 7th, Toronto had that opportunity, and they absolutely rose to the occasion. Things started out slow between the Leafs and the Edmonton Oilers, with neither team scoring in the first period. However, that changed quickly when Richard Panik, Phil Kessel, and Morgan Rielly each put one away within about four minutes halfway through the second period. Toronto finished strong, increasing their lead to 1-5, bringing their record to 23-27-4. This was the win they have been waiting for and Toronto is hopeful as they travel to take on the New York Islanders.
2/6/15 - Still no luck for the Toronto Maple Leafs. Their losing streak is now up to 10 consecutive games. The bright side is that back to back home games are just around the corner, a rarity for any of the Canadian teams. This might be their best shot at ending their slump and getting back in the game. Most of their recent losses have been by just one point, sometimes coming down to overtime, so even a little edge could very easily be enough to turn things around. Additionally, the Leafs are still not last for their division. If you want to attend to cheer Toronto to their first victory in more than a month, tickets for the Feb. 7th Oilers game start at $118 and the Feb. 10th Rangers game start at $76.
1/30/15 - The Toronto Maple Leafs haven’t broken their losing streak, which is now up to seven games. The New Jersey Devils are the latest team that wouldn’t allow the Maple Leafs to get the win. It was low scoring game, with the only points coming in the third period. Each team scored one goal for tie game. No one scored in overtime, so it went to a shootout. The Devils scored twice, but the Maple Leafs couldn’t convert. They go out on the road for three games before coming home to host the Edmonton Oilers at Air Canada Centre on Saturday (2/7). Tickets from Razorgator start at $131. Get out to the arena and show your support for the home team. It’s a great evening of excitement and entertainment.
1/22/15 - The Toronto Maple Leafs have one last chance to break their five game losing streak before the NHL All Star Weekend break when they face the Ottawa Senators on Wednesday, Jan. 21. The Maple Leafs most recent loss was against the Carolina Hurricanes, who beat them 4-1. The Hurricanes had a strong lead early on, with the game heading into the final period 3-0. Nazem Kadri finally got the Mapel Leafs on the board when he scored at 14:49 of the third period. This game represents a recent trend in which the Maple Leafs have been unable to come back from behind, something on which fans hope they will work over the break. After the break, the Maple Leafs face the New Jersey Devils on Wednesday, Jan. 28. Tickets remain on sale, starting at $27.
1/16/15 - The Toronto Maple Leafs lost 0-2 against the L.A. Kings on Monday, Jan. 12. The Kings started off the game strong, with a goal by Anze Kopitar in the first 37 seconds of the game. The Leafs played hard to come back from the deficit, but were unable to score. They were able to hold the Kings to only 20 shots, and goalie Jonathan Bernier made 19 saves. Fans are anxious to see whether the upper-body injury sustained by center Leo Komarov will keep him out of play for several games. The Leafs continue a long string of away games facing the Anaheim Ducks on the 14th (tickets start at $6), followed by the San Jose Sharks on the 15th (tickets start at $26), and St. Louis Blues on the 17th (tickets start at $34).
1/9/15 - The Toronto Maple Leafs lost 6-2 against the Washington Capitals on Wednesday, Jan. 7. This loss was the third in a row and made eight losses out of the past ten games. The Maple Leafs' recent coaching change, from Randy Carlyle who was fired on Tuesday to Peter Horacheck, who was hired on the day of the game, has not had enough time to take effect and make a difference. The Maple Leafs were able to limit the Capitals to only 26 shots on goals, although the Capitals were still able to score six times. They next face the Columbus Blue Jackets at home on the 9th, before heading to California for three games against the Kings on the 12th, Ducks on the 14th, and Sharks on the 15th. Tickets remain on sale, starting at $93, $2, $6, and $24 respectively.
1/2/15 - The Toronto Maple Leafs lost 3-2 on December 29 against the Tampa Bay Lightening, despite an early 2-0 lead. This lost makes five out of the last six games, and three of those losses happened after they led 2-0. They will need to turn around their season if they wish to make it to the playoffs this year. They next face the Boston Bruins on December 31, before continuing their five away games in seven nights string. The Leafs will most likely have Jonathan Bernier, starting goalie, back after he missed two games due to illness, and may also see the return of Leo Komarov from injury to help the team overcome their losing streak and once again play the game fans expect to see from the Leafs. Tickets for the Minnesota Wild game on the 2nd (starting at $21) and the Winnipeg Jets on the 3rd (starting at $139) remain available.
12/22/14 - The Maple Leafs suffered another tough loss, this time from the Philadelphia Flyers. Saturday’s game ended with a score of 4-7. Toronto’s goals came from Jeffrey Lupul, James van Riemsdyk, David Clarkson, and Peter Holland. The two teams will meet again on January 31 in Philadelphia. The Maple Leafs also lost to the Chicago Blackhawks on Sunday, continuing the unfortunate losing streak with a final score of 0-4. Blackhawks goalie Antti Raanta played an impressive game, blocking 31 shots on goal. Lupul remarked that his team was regrettably not able to turn their possessions into chances on goals. Come watch the Toronto Maple Leafs take on the Washington Capitals at the Air Canada Centre on January 7. Tickets are on sale now starting at $100.
12/19/14 - The Toronto Maple Leafs' winning streak has, unfortunately, come to an end, but it was very impressive while it lasted. Having won 10 out of their last 11 games, and the last six consecutive games, the Maple Leafs are looking good this season. However, they simply couldn't get an offence together when they played the Carolina Hurricanes on Wednesday. Being shut out in the first and third period, Toronto only scored once in the second, bringing the final score to 1-4. Hopefully this loss won't affect their momentum because they are 19-10-3 and only one win behind the top team in the Atlantic Division, the Tampa Bay Lightning. They will be playing the Philadelphia Flyers next, and then they will be leaving for a seven-game series of away games. If you want to see them play before they leave, tickets are still available for $149.
12/12/14 - This Saturday, the Toronto Maple Leafs kick off three games on home ice, beginning with the strong Detroit Red Wings, followed by the Los Angeles Kings and Anaheim Ducks. The Toronto-Detroit rivalry dates back to the 1920s, and now that it is intradivisional, it’s even fiercer. The Maple Leafs have been coming out with an early lead in their last few wins, and they need to keep it up in their game against the Red Wings. Get your tickets to this great matchup to see if Toronto can win against this great team. Watch great hockey players, like Jonathan Bernier, the goalie for the Maple Leafs, who made 32 saves in his 9th consecutive start against the Calgary Flames. Enjoy the camaraderie and excitement of this fast paced sport.
12/5/14 - The Toronto Maple Leafs were able to score their second win in a row on Tuesday. The Dallas Stars hardly stood a chance and were shut out in the first period while the Leafs scored twice. They maintained their lead for the entire game and ended with 3-5. Nazem Kadri is the star of this game, getting a goal and two assists. Additionally, Joffrey Lupul got two goals and Mike Santorelli got three assists. This game brings them to 13-8-3 and places them 4th for their division. However, they have played fewer games than most of the teams above them, so there’s plenty of room to rise to the top. They will play the New Jersey Devils on the 4th and tickets are available for $57.
11/26/14 - A win on Saturday against the Detroit Red Wings brought a two-game winning streak to the Toronto Maple Leafs, as well as a much-needed confidence boost for the 11-8-2 team. Individual goals from Leo Komarov and Peter Holland as well as two goals from Tyler Bozak helped the Leafs overcome the Red Wings 4-1. Goaltender Jonathan Bernier was key to the Toronto’s defense, making 26 saves in the match. The Leafs saluted their fans as they left the ice, a much-improved attitude adjustment that was appreciated by loyal Leaf fans. The Blue-and-White next play the Pittsburgh Penguins Wednesday, before the Washington Capitals head to Toronto to take on the Leafs on Saturday. Tickets are available for both events, with prices starting at just $93 per seat.
11/21/14 - The Toronto Maple Leafs suffered a loss to the Buffalo Sabres on Saturday night, a devastating blow to Leaf fans only a week after losing to the Penguins. The frustrating defeat brings the Leaf’s record to 9-7-2, and makes them 6th in the Atlantic Division. Despite the team’s disappointing performance while playing the Sabres, the Leafs have a chance to bounce back with their upcoming games against the Nashville Predators on Tuesday, November 18th and the Tampa Bay Lightning on Thursday, November 20th. The Leafs will be looking to stellar team members Phil Kessel and goaltender Jonathan Bernier, as well as their dedicated fans, to help them regain their puck power. Tickets to see the Leafs play the Predators start at only $71 and are still available.
11/14/14 - It was an exciting game in the Air Canada Centre on Wednesday as the Toronto Maple Leafs battled it out against the Boston Bruins. The Bruins went onto the ice with a five game winning streak, but the Maple Leafs were looking to bounce back after losing to Boston in October. Toronto was able to click whereas Boston could not. Boston was only able to get off two goals, but only one of them made it to the scoreboard. The Maple Leafs showed they could function as a cohesive unit once again by ending the game in a 6-1 victory over the Bruins. They next play the Pittsburgh Penguins at the Air Canada Centre on Friday, November 14th. Tickets are still available starting at $118.
11/7/14 - The Toronto Maple Leafs are in the midst of their longest winning streak of the season, and look to extending that streak at the game against Arizona and at Saturday night's game against the New York Rangers. The Toronto team has taken the win for four of their last five games, and three straight wins. After starting the season with regulation losses, the team is now 6-2-1. The team's most recent victory was 3-2 against the Chicago Blackhawks last Saturday. James Reimer got 45 saves and Peter Holland scored an early goal in the third period. Reimer made 26 saves in the third period but his biggest feat come in the last three minutes in regulation when he slid to block the Blackhawks' Patrick Kane from scoring. Be sure to get your tickets for the game set for 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 8, against the Rangers at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto with tickets starting at $101.
10/31/14 - The Toronto Maple Leafs are 6th in the Atlantic Division after 9 games with a record of 4-4-1. They have faced very strong teams in the first weeks of the season, so they are doing well to sit where they are. The Leafs just blasted out the Buffalo Sabres with a 4-0 win. Three of the goals came in the third period, without any answered by the Sabres. On Saturday, the Leafs face the Chicago Blackhawks at Air Canada Center in Toronto, giving the Leafs the home advantage before going out on the road again to square off against the Arizone Coyotes on November 4, and the Colorado Avalance on the 6th. Catch the Leafs before they go out on the road and cheer them on.
Despite a strong start to the season, the Toronto Maple Leafs failed to punch their tickets to the Stanley Cup Playoffs in what would have been their second consecutive year. Toronto was hot through the early 2014 campaign, capped off by a dramatic Winter Classic victory. Come springtime, however, the Maple Leafs lost Jonathan Bernier to a lower body injury, and by the time their goaltender returned to the ice, the team collapsed under a weak offense and missed a return to the playoffs after a final 2-12 record effectively shut them out of the postseason.
The offseason saw major overhaul in management, including an influx of assistant coaches and GM Kyle Dubas under new team president Brendan Shanahan. While the top six forwards remain intact, the Leafs’ bottom six will look different—or familiar, depending on how you look at it. Toronto welcomes the return of Leo Komarav and Matt Frattin after a year apart, along with Winnik, Booth, Satorelli and Kontiola. Defensively, the Leafs made a huge pick-up with the addition of Stephane Robidas. The team flirted with a wild card for much of last year's campaign, but the recent summer’s moves should give the Leaf’s an ample opportunity to earn a playoff berth this time around.
Don’t miss out on Toronto Maple Leafs tickets at the MasterCard Centre and see this improved squad make their move towards the Stanley Cup Playoffs for just the second time in the last decade! The storied franchise recently revealed two new additions to their “Legends Row” of statues, immortalizing Darrly Sittler and Johnny Bower this year. Toronto opens their 82-game slate on the road at the Montreal Canadiens, for the “Molson Canadian NHL Faceoff” (Oct. 1). Reignite the rivalry when the Ottawa Senators travel across Ontario on Oct. 5 and see Original Six foes, the Bruins, when Toronto visits Boston on Nov. 9. Be there when the Leafs take on newest division opponent Red Wings at Toronto on Dec. 21 and at Detroit on Jan. 1.
4/8/14 – After winning their first two games in April, the Leafs were back in the playoff conversation. However, when Toronto dropped its final home game of the regular season Saturday to Winnipeg, they quickly fell back out. All three of the team’s remaining games are on the road where they’ll need to secure six points (and help from others) if they wish to make the NHL playoffs for a second straight year. Can they bolt past the Lightning tonight in Tampa Bay? The Maple Leafs will have to do so without forward Joffrey Lupul (knee) who is third on the squad with 22 goals and will undergo surgery.
4/2/14 – Toronto keeps their playoff hopes alive after the Leafs broke an eight-game losing streak Tuesday night against Calgary. Moving from tenth place to ninth in the Eastern Conference ranks, the squad is one point behind Columbus who holds the second wild card spot. In another must-win, the Maple Leafs will host the Bruins on Thursday (min. $71) before wrapping up a four-game homestand on Saturday against Winnipeg (min. $118). A postseason berth will not be easy for Toronto as Detroit, Columbus, and Washington all have at least one game in hand on them.
3/27/14 - The Leafs are falling. After losing six in a row, Toronto is no longer in the playoff picture. The 5-3 loss to St. Louis Tuesday night in Jonathan Bernier’s return knocked the Maple Leafs into tenth place (Columbus, Detroit, Washington and Toronto all have 80 points). The remaining four regular season home games at Air Canada Centre are averaging $296, with the finale before the NHL playoffs against the Winnipeg Jets the most expensive.
3/19/14 – Tonight’s game against the Atlantic’s third place team, Tampa Bay Lightning, is in high demand. A regulation win would move the Leafs into third; Toronto won the first two meeting against the Lightning, including a 4-1 victory in Tampa. Toronto Maple Leafs tickets for tonight’s battle are averaging $234, the cheapest regular-season game remaining at Air Canada Centre. Red hot on the Toronto Maple Leafs lineup is left wing Mason Raymond, who recorded four points in the past four games. Watch Raymond and the Leafs finish off the regular-season before the NHL Playoffs begin!
3/10/14 – The Maple Leafs are coming off two straight OT wins which should help build momentum heading into Toronto’s five-game road trip. The Leafs gained ground in the standings after a win against the Rangers Wednesday; the victory prevented a season sweep by New York. Troy Bodie’s two-point game, three nights later against the Flyers, was a first this year as Toronto picked up a 4-3 overtime win Saturday against Philadelphia. The Leafs will fly out for three games in California followed by two in Washington and Detroit on the way home.
3/3/14 – The Leafs have dropped both their games in overtime after returning from the Olympic break and will look to break that streak tonight at home against Columbus. David Bolland will not return Monday; an ankle injury suffered in the Leafs first game in November has kept him out of all but 15 games this season. Toronto fans have been expecting their Centre back for quite some time, with original rumblings happening before Sochi. However, James Reimer will start for the Maple Leafs against the Blue Jackets, making his first appearance since Jan 25.
2/25/14 - Post Olympic break, the Toronto Maple Leafs are gearing up for another playoff run amid a hectic 22 game schedule over 45 days. Looking to annihilate any possible repeat of their Game 7 meltdown against the Boston Bruins last season, the Leafs' Dave Bolland has made it clear they're hitting the ground running: "for us right now [playoffs] started last Wednesday." Bolland is set to return to the lineup from his severed ankle tendon injury this Thursday against the New York Islanders. He and Olympians Phil Kessel and James van Riemsdyk will be key playmakers in Toronto's advancing in Eastern Conference.
2/21/14 – Before Dave Bolland severed his ankle tendon on Nov 2, the centre had scored six goals and 10 points in 15 games and was the Leafs No. 2 guy at the position. Good news for Toronto, Bolland is expected to return Feb 27 against the New York Islanders. Before the Olympic break, the Leafs were 11-2-1 and are currently fifth in the East. Bolland and the Maple Leafs will be back at the Air Canada Centre Mar 3 against the Columbus Blue Jackets. With an average ticket price of $359, Toronto is the most in-demand team in the league! Partake in the excitement as the Leafs look to secure a postseason berth.
2/3/14 – Leafs’ Phil Kessel is the second player to reach 30 goals this season. Toronto’s forward got the hat trick against Ottawa Senator’s goaltender Craig Anderson Saturday to lead the Leafs to a 6-3 victory. Now having won three straight, the Maple Leafs will hit the road for two before heading home for their final game at Air Canada Centre before the Olympic break. It’ll cost you at least $104 when Vancouver comes to town Saturday. Cheer on the Maple Leafs as Toronto tries to avoid another shut out from the Canucks.
1/29/14 – The Leafs have won seven of their last nine; after a six game winning streak earlier this month (first in last eight years for franchise), Toronto appears to be turning their season around. RW Phil Kessel is on a seven-game point scoring streak and currently leads the team in points (55), goals (27), and assists (28). Who is next up on the Toronto Maple Leafs schedule? Florida (avg. $216) and Ottawa (avg. $399) at Air Canada Centre. Maple Leafs tickets are the most expensive in the NHL, averaging 3x more than the average NHL ticket in 2014.
The Toronto Maple Leafs are among good company in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference. Now, four of the Original Six franchises are in the Maple Leafs division including the Detroit Red Wings. Toronto will play the Red Wings in the 2014 NHL Winter Classic on New Year’s Day, a game that was originally scheduled for last year but was canceled due to the NHL lockout. The Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Detroit Red Wings game will be held outside at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor; tickets are averaging $218.
Toronto Maple Leafs tickets are averaging $342 on the secondary market. Right before the shortened season began last year, Maple Leafs tickets averaged $332. Must-see games on the Toronto Maples Leafs schedule include the Battle of Ontario Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Ottawa Senators – tickets are averaging $420 for the October game and $430 for the February match. Toronto will play rival Buffalo Sabres three times this regular season – tickets for the three games in November, December, and January at Air Canada Centre average $309, $303, and $286 (in that order). The top two most expensive games that the Toronto Maple Leafs will play at home are against the Montreal Canadiens in the oldest rivalry in the League. Both Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Montreal Canadiens home games are averaging $525.
At this time last year the Toronto Maples Leafs were the most expensive road team in the NHL. The Leafs will hold on to that title (for now); Toronto Maple Leafs are once again the most expensive road team in the League. The most recent news concerning the Maple Leafs roster includes re-signing of Mark Fraser to a one-year deal and defenseman Carl Gunnarsson to a three-year deal.
The Leafs ended an eight-year drought last season by making the NHL Playoffs. As a five seed, Toronto lost to Boston, 2013 Stanley Cup finalists, in the first round.