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The Toronto Maple Leafs is one of the most decorated franchises in the NHL, and Razorgator has your tickets to join the team for its 2016-2017 campaign. It’s been a rough ride for the Maple Leafs of late, with only one playoff appearance in the last 10 seasons. That playoff run was recent, however, and the team is looking to get back to its winning ways and bring the Stanley Cup home to Toronto. There’s nothing more exciting the hockey in Canada, and Maple Leafs fans would like nothing more than to bring the playoff atmosphere to their arena in 2017. If you want to be a part of this team’s resurgence, get your tickets now!
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The Toronto Maple Leafs and the Capitals are going toe to toe on the ice in the first round of playoffs. Every game has gone into overtime, with game one ending with the Capitals victorious and the next two games going to the Maple Leafs. In game two, it took two overtimes for the Maple Leafs to get past the Capitals for the win. The two teams play at least two more games, with the Maple Leafs currently leading the series 2-1. There is still time to get your tickets to catch the games to see if the Maple Leafs will successfully beat the Capitals and advance to the semifinals in the Eastern Conference. Tickets for the games start at $227.
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The Toronto Maple Leafs had a brutal road to the playoffs, but they got there nonetheless. Although they lost three out of their final four games, for the most part, those defeats came at the hands of fellow postseason contenders. Now, after losing to the Washington Capitals just last week, the Maple Leafs are forced to square off against the formidable opponent again in the first round of the NHL Playoffs. The series starts in Washington, D.C. before coming to Toronto’s Air Canada Centre on Monday, April 17. Don’t miss Game Three of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals. Tickets are on sale and available for prices starting as low as $181.

The Toronto Maple Leafs are out to make a point this week, or rather, two points. That’s all they need to earn their playoff spot, but it won’t come easy with less than a week to go. A loss to the Capitals earlier this week put a damper on their plan to move ahead of Tampa Bay in the Atlantic Division, and the two teams remain in a close battle for the last wild card spot. They’ll battle it out this Thursday (April 6) when they meet for the final time in regular season action. After that, the Maple Leafs have two home matches against Pittsburgh and the Blue Jackets, can they make magic happen? Don’t miss a single minute—we have tickets on sale now.

The Toronto Maple Leafs showed no pity while dismantling their Canadian brethren in a game against the Calgary Flames on January 23. The Leafs took a 1-0 lead in the first period and that goal proved decisive as Toronto shut Calgary out completely in a 4-0 victory. Nazem Kadri scored twice and now has over 20 goals on the season, and Maple Leafs goalie Frederik Andersen racked up 26 saves in the win. Toronto is right in the middle of the Eastern Conference playoff picture, so every win is huge. The team’s next home game will be on February 7 against the Dallas Stars, and tickets for that matchup are available starting at $68.

The wins have not come easily for the Toronto Maple Leafs the past three weeks. Of their last seven games, four of them have gone into overtime. On January 7, the Maple Leafs didn’t make it into overtime play, however. The game started off in the Canadiens favor when they scored three outstanding goals in the first period alone. The Maple Leafs were able to answer to two of those goals leading up to the second period. Both teams put one in the back of the net during the second period, leaving the Maple Leafs trailing by one. Unfortunately, the Toronto team wasn’t able to grasp that last goal to tie up the game. Get your tickets from Razorgator today to see them play live.

The Toronto Maple Leafs won their last two games. They beat the Avalanche on December 22. They had their first shutout of the season, thanks in a large part to goalie Frederik Andersen's 38 saves. The Maple Leafs scored six goals, with two of them from Nazem Kadri. Then, they beat the Coyotes on the next night 4-1. Leo Komarov had two goals, and Connor Brown and William Nylander scored the other two. The Maple Leafs continue their stint away when they play the Panthers on December 28 and the Lightning on December 29. Then, they head home to host the Red Wings on January 1. Get your tickets now so that you can see all the action in person. Prices start at $7.

The Toronto Maple Leafs had the 2-0 lead and practically the win against the San Jose Sharks late in the third period on December 13. However, the Sharks were able to score twice in two minutes, tying up the game and sending both teams into a shootout. The Maple Leafs goalie, Martin Jones, stopped three goals during the shootout, but he wasn’t able to block Logan Couture’s zinger that flew into the back of the net. This single score gave the Sharks the win over the Maple Leafs. Get your tickets today to see if the Maple Leafs can come back from the loss. Tickets for their net game on December 17 start at $136.

The Toronto Maple Leafs haven’t had the season that the organization and fans alike were hoping for. Currently they are sitting in second to last place in the NHL Atlantic standings, with only Buffalo following behind them. Despite having a record that isn’t the best, the Maple Leafs were able to pull off a win when they took on Edmonton on November 29. The Maple Leafs took charge of the ice when they got on a scoring spree in the second period. Those three goals helped the Maple Leafs seal the game with a 4-2 victory over Edmonton. See the Maple Leafs play again live on December 7 against the Minnesota Wild for $48 a ticket.

The Toronto Maple Leafs beat the Predators in their latest game on November 15. James van Riemsdyk had a hat trick to help the team defeat the Predators. This was after an eight-game dry spell during which he had not had a single goal. Adding to the final score of 6-2 were goals from Mitchell Marner, Leo Komarov and William Nylander. The Maple Leafs started out strong, ending the first period ahead 2-1. They kept their one-point lead until the third period, during which they grabbed three goals to secure the victory. The Maple Leafs host the Panthers on the 17 and then head to Montreal to play the Canadiens on the 19. You can still get tickets for prices starting at $42.

The Toronto Maple Leafs haven’t gotten off to the greatest start this season, but the team is hoping a recent overtime win against the Edmonton Oilers will be the start of a winning steak. Maple Leafs’ center Nazem Kadri was the star of the show, scoring two goals including the game winner in the extra period. Toronto got 44 saves out of goalie Frederik Anderson as the Leafs continue to play far better on home ice than away from the Air Canada Centre. Fans have plenty of exciting home games to watch in November, including a showdown between Toronto and the Philadelphia Flyers on November 11. Tickets for that game start as low as $95.

After starting the season off with a tie, the Toronto Maple Leafs quickly jumped into the win column by easily defeating the Boston Bruins. Toronto fans knew that any success in the 2016-2017 season would likely come by way of the talented rookies on this team, and that has certainly been true thus far. After Auston Matthews set records by scoring four goals in the first Maple Leafs game of the season, fellow rookies Mitch Marner and Connor Brown were able to score goals as well, showing that the Leafs aren’t suffering from lack of experience. This exciting Toronto team will host the Florida Panthers on October 27, and tickets for that game start at $66.

Fans were disappointed that the Toronto Maple Leafs had one of the worst seasons in the past few decades, but things are looking up for the 2016-2017 season. Coach Mike Babcock is hopeful that the Maple Leafs will see a turnaround soon. There have been some adjustments during the offseason. Mark Arcobello, Michale Grabner, TJ Brennan and Stuart Percy heading out, and Jonathan Bernier was traded away for Frederik Andersen. Along with their draft picks, including top pick Auston Matthews, the Maple Leafs acquired Matt Marin, Jhonas Enroth and Roman Polak. Training camp is just a few weeks away, and the first preseason game will be on September 26 against the Senators. You can still get tickets for $16 and up.
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