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Toronto Maple Leafs Team History


The Toronto Maple Leafs were founded in November of 1917 as the Toronto Arenas, in the newly formed National Hockey League. The current Maple Leafs are one of the most recognized franchises in professional hockey, along with the Montreal Canadiens. In late 1917 the owners of the National Hockey Association (NHA) decided to reform, into the National Hockey League (NHL) without the previous Toronto Blue Shirts franchise being invited. Many of the new Toronto Arenas team's players had previously played for Toronto's NHA franchise. The Toronto franchise played their first game on December 19, 1917 and despite winning the Stanley Cup in the league's first year, the team would struggle financially.Rescued from bankruptcy, in 1919 Toronto's professional hockey team was renamed the St. Patricks, changing their colors to green and white. In 1927 a new company headed by Conn Smythe and Hugh Aird purchased the club and renamed them as the Maple Leafs. They also began construction of Maple Leaf Gardens, where the Leafs would begin playing in the 1931-32 season.

Toronto Maple Leafs Current Arena


Name: Air Canada Centre
Address: 40 Bay Street Toronto, ON M5J-2N8 Canada
Phone: (416) 815-5500
Website: http://www.theaircanadacentre.com/
Capacity: 18819
Opened: 1999

National Hockey League - Toronto Maple Leafs Draft History


Year Name Rnd Pick Pos From League
2009 Nazem Kadri 1 7 C London Knights OHL
2009 Kenny Ryan 2 50 R U.S. National Under-18 Team Ind
2009 Jesse Blacker 2 58 D Windsor Spitfires OHL
2009 Jamie Devane 3 68 L Plymouth Whalers OHL
2009 Eric Knodel 5 128 D Philadelphia Jr. Flyers
2009 Jerry D'Amigo 6 158 R U.S. National Under-18 Team Ind
2009 Barron Smith 7 188 D Peterborough Petes OHL
2008 Luke Schenn 1 5 D Kelowna Rockets WHL
2008 Jimmy Hayes 2 60 R Lincoln Stars USHL
2008 Mikhail Stefanovich 4 98 C Quebec Remparts QMJHL
2008 Greg Pateryn 5 128 D Ohio Junior Blue Jackets USHL
2008 Joel Champagne 5 129 C Chicoutimi Sagueneens QMJHL
2008 Jerome Flaake 5 130 L Cologne Sharks DEL
2008 Grant Rollheiser 6 158 G Trail Smoke Eaters BCHL
2008 Andrew MacWilliam 7 188 D Camrose Kodiaks AJHL
2007 Dale Mitchell 3 74 R Oshawa Generals OHL
2007 Matt Frattin 4 99 R Fort Saskatchewan Traders AJHL
2007 Ben Winnett 4 104 L Salmon Arm Silverbacks BCHL
2007 Juraj Mikus 5 134 D Trencin Slovakia
2007 Christopher DiDomenico 6 164 C Saint John Sea Dogs QMJHL
2007 Carl Gunnarsson 7 194 D Linkoping HC SEL
2006 Jiri Tlusty 1 13 L Kladno Czech
2006 Nikolai Kulemin 2 44 W Magnitogorsk Metallurg Russia
2006 James Reimer 4 99 G Red Deer Rebels WHL
2006 Korbinian Holzer 4 111 D Bad Toelz EC 2.GBun
2006 Viktor Stahlberg 6 161 L Frolunda Jrs Sweden
2006 Tyler Ruegsegger 6 166 C Shattuck St. Mary's Minn.
2006 Leo Komarov 6 180 C Assat Pori FNL
2005 Tuukka Rask 1 21 G Ilves Tampere FNL
2005 Phil Oreskovic 3 82 D Brampton Battalion OHL
2005 Alex Berry 5 153 R Boston Jr. Bruins EJHL
2005 Johan Dahlberg 6 173 L Modo Jrs. Sweden
2005 Anton Stralman 7 216 D Skovde IK Swe-1
2005 Chad Rau 7 228 C Des Moines Buccaneers USHL
2004 Justin Pogge 3 90 G Prince George Cougars WHL
2004 Roman Kukumberg 4 113 F Dukla Trencin Slovakia
2004 Dmitry Vorobiev 5 157 D Tolyatti Lada Russia
2004 Robbie Earl 6 187 L U. of Wisconsin NCAA
2004 Maxim Semenov 7 220 D Tolyatti Lada Russia
2004 Jan Steber 8 252 C Halifax Mooseheads QMJHL
2004 Pierce Norton 9 285 R Thayer Academy MA
2003 John Doherty 2 57 D Phillips-Andover MA
2003 Martin Sagat 3 91 L Trencin Jr. Slovakia
2003 Konstantin Volkov 4 125 R Dynamo Jrs. Russia
2003 John Mitchell 5 158 C Plymouth Whalers OHL
2003 Jeremy Williams 7 220 R Swift Current Broncos WHL
2003 Shaun Landolt 8 237 C Calgary Hitmen WHL
2002 Alex Steen 1 24 C Vastra Frolunda HC Goteborg SEL
2002 Matt Stajan 2 57 C Belleville Bulls OHL
2002 Todd Ford 3 74 G Swift Current Broncos WHL
2002 Dominic D'Amour 3 88 D Hull Olympiques QMJHL
2002 David Turon 4 122 D Havirov Femax HC Czech
2002 Ian White 6 191 D Swift Current Broncos WHL
2002 Scott May 7 222 C Ohio State University NCAA
2002 Jarkko Immonen 8 254 C Assat Pori FNL
2002 Staffan Kronwall 9 285 D Huddinge Sweden
2001 Carlo Colaiacovo 1 17 D Erie Otters OHL
2001 Karel Pilar 2 39 D Litvinov CHP HC Czech
2001 Brendan Bell 3 65 D Ottawa 67's OHL
2001 Jay Harrison 3 82 D Brampton Battalion OHL
2001 Nicolas Corbeil 3 88 C Sherbrooke Beavers QMJHL
2001 Kyle Wellwood 5 134 C Belleville Bulls OHL
2001 Maxim Kondratiev 6 168 D Tolyatti-2
2001 Jaroslav Sklenar 6 183 L Brno Czech
2001 Ivan Kolozvary 7 198 F Dukla Trencin Slovakia
2001 Jan Chovan 7 213 G Belleville Bulls OHL
2001 Tomas Mojzis 8 246 D Moose Jaw Warriors WHL
2001 Mike Knoepfli 9 276 F Georgetown Raiders OPJHL
2000 Brad Boyes 1 24 C Erie Otters OHL
2000 Kris Vernarsky 2 51 C Plymouth Whalers OHL
2000 Mikael Tellqvist 3 70 G Djurgardens IF Stockholm SEL
2000 Jean-Francois Racine 3 90 G Drummondville Voltigeurs QMJHL
2000 Miguel Delisle 4 100 C Ottawa 67's OHL
2000 Vadim Sozinov 6 179 L Novokuznetsk-2
2000 Markus Seikola 7 209 D TPS Jrs. Finland
2000 Lubos Velebny 7 223 D Zvolen Jrs. Slovakia
2000 Alexander Shinkar 8 254 R Cherepovets Severstal Russia
2000 Jean-Philippe Cote 9 265 D Cape Breton Screaming Eagles QMJHL
1999 Luca Cereda 1 24 C Ambri-Piotta SwissA
1999 Peter Reynolds 2 60 D London Knights OHL
1999 Mirko Murovic 4 108 L Moncton Wildcats QMJHL
1999 Jonathan Zion 4 110 D Ottawa 67's OHL
1999 Vaclav Zavoral 5 151 D Litvinov Jr. Czech
1999 Jan Sochor 6 161 F Slavia Praha HC Czech
1999 Vladimir Kulikov 7 211 G CSKA Jr. Russia
1999 Pierre Hedin 8 239 D Modo Hockey Ornskoldsvik SEL
1999 Peter Metcalf 9 267 D U. of Maine NCAA
1998 Nik Antropov 1 10 C Torpedo UST-Kamengorsk Russia
1998 Petr Svoboda 2 35 D Havlickuv Brod Czech
1998 Jamie Hodson 3 69 G Brandon Wheat Kings WHL
1998 Alexei Ponikarovsky 4 87 C Dynamo-2 Moscow Russia
1998 Morgan Warren 5 126 R Moncton Wildcats QMJHL
1998 Allan Rourke 6 154 D Kitchener Rangers OHL
1998 Jonathan Gagnon 7 181 L Cape Breton Screaming Eagles QMJHL
1998 Dwight Wolfe 8 215 D Halifax Mooseheads QMJHL
1998 Mihail Travnicek 8 228 L Litvinov CHP HC Czech
1998 Sergei Rostov 9 236 Dynamo-2 Moscow Russia
1997 Jeff Farkas 3 57 C Boston College NCAA
1997 Adam Mair 4 84 R Owen Sound Platers OHL
1997 Frank Mrazek 5 111 L Ceske Budejovice HC Czech
1997 Eric Gooldy 6 138 L Detroit Whalers OHL
1997 Hugo Marchand 7 165 D Victoriaville Tigres QMJHL
1997 Shawn Thornton 7 190 R Peterborough Petes OHL
1997 Russ Bartlett 8 194 C Phillips-Exeter Academy NH
1997 Jonathan Hedstrom 9 221 L Skelleftea Sweden
1996 Marek Posmyk 2 36 D Dukla Jihlava Czech
1996 Francis Larivee 2 50 G Laval Titan College Francais QMJHL
1996 Mike Lankshear 3 66 D Guelph Storm OHL
1996 Konstantin Kalmikov 3 68 R Detroit Falcons CoHL
1996 Jason Sessa 4 86 R Lake Superior State University NCAA
1996 Vladimir Antipov 4 103 R Yaroslavl Torpedo Russia
1996 Peter Cava 5 110 C Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds OHL
1996 Brandon Sugden 5 111 R London Knights OHL
1996 Dmitri Yakushin 6 140 D Pembroke COJHL
1996 Chris Bogas 6 148 D Michigan State University NCAA
1996 Lucio DeMartinis 6 151 Shawinigan Cataractes QMJHL
1996 Reggie Berg 7 178 C U. of Minnesota NCAA
1996 Tomas Kaberle 8 204 D Kladno Czech
1996 Jared Hope 9 230 Spokane Chiefs WHL
1995 Jeff Ware 1 15 D Oshawa Generals OHL
1995 Ryan Pepperall 3 54 R Kitchener Rangers OHL
1995 Doug Bonner 6 139 G Seattle Thunderbirds WHL
1995 Yannick Tremblay 6 145 D Beauport Harfangs QMJHL
1995 Marek Melenovsky 7 171 C Dukla Jihlava Jrs. Czech
1995 Mark Murphy 8 197 W Stratford Jr. B
1995 Danny Markov 9 223 D Moscow Spartak Russia
1994 Eric Fichaud 1 16 G Chicoutimi Sagueneens QMJHL
1994 Sean Haggerty 2 48 L Detroit Jr. Red Wings OHL
1994 Fredrik Modin 3 64 L Sundsvall Sweden
1994 Mark Deyell 5 126 C Saskatoon Blades WHL
1994 Kam White 6 152 D Newmarket Royals OHL
1994 Tommi Rajamaki 7 178 D Assat Jrs. Finland
1994 Rob Butler 8 204 L Niagara GHJHL
1994 Sergei Berezin 10 256 L Voskresensk Khimik Russia
1994 Doug Nolan 11 282 D Catholic Memorial H.S. MA
1993 Kenny Jonsson 1 12 D Rogle Angelholm SEL
1993 Landon Wilson 1 19 R Dubuque Fighting Saints USHL
1993 Zdenek Nedved 5 123 C Sudbury Wolves OHL
1993 Paul Vincent 6 149 W Cushing Academy Mass. H.S.
1993 Jeff Andrews 7 175 L North Bay Centennials OHL
1993 David Brumby 8 201 G Tri-City Americans WHL
1993 Kyle Ferguson 10 253 R Michigan Tech NCAA
1993 Mikhail Lapin 11 279 Western Michigan University NCAA
1992 Brandon Convery 1 8 C Sudbury Wolves OHL
1992 Grant Marshall 1 23 R Ottawa 67's OHL
1992 Nikolai Borschevsky 4 77 R Moscow Spartak Russia
1992 Mark Raiter 4 95 D Saskatoon Blades WHL
1992 Janne Gronvall 5 101 D Lukko Rauma FNL
1992 Chris DeRuiter 5 106 Kingston MOJHL
1992 Mikael Hakansson 6 125 C Nacka Sweden
1992 Patrik Augusta 7 149 L Dukla Jihlava Czech
1992 Ryan Vandenbussche 8 173 R Cornwall Royals OHL
1992 Wayne Clarke 9 197 R.P.I. NCAA
1992 Sergei Simonov 10 221 Kristall Saratov CIS
1992 Nathan Dempsey 11 245 D Regina Pats WHL
1992 Nick Wohlers 0 5 D St. Thomas University CIAU
1991 Yanic Perreault 3 47 C Trois Rivieres Draveurs QMJHL
1991 Terry Chitaroni 4 69 R Sudbury Wolves OHL
1991 Alexei Kudashov 5 102 C Krylja Sovetov Russia
1991 Jeff Perry 6 113 L Owen Sound Platers OHL
1991 Alexander Kuzminski 6 120 C Kiev Sokol Russia
1991 Martin Prochazka 7 135 R Poldi Kladno Czech
1991 Dmitri Mironov 8 160 D Krylja Sovetov Russia
1991 Robb McIntyre 8 164 L Dubuque Fighting Saints USHL
1991 Tomas Kucharcik 8 167 C Dukla Jihlava Czech
1991 Guy Lehoux 9 179 D Drummondville Voltigeurs QMJHL
1991 Gary Miller 10 201 D North Bay Centennials OHL
1991 Jonathan Kelley 11 223 C Arlington H.S. MA
1991 Chris O'Rourke 12 245 D U. of Alaska-Fairbanks NCAA
1991 Patrick McGarry 0 3 G Dalhousie University CIAU
1991 Joe McCarthy 0 9 L U. of Vermont NCAA
1990 Drake Berehowsky 1 10 D Kingston Frontenacs OHL
1990 Felix Potvin 2 31 G Chicoutimi Sagueneens QMJHL
1990 Darby Hendrickson 4 73 C Richfield H.S. MN
1990 Greg Walters 4 80 L Ottawa 67's OHL
1990 Alexander Godynyuk 6 115 D Kiev Sokol Russia
1990 Eric Lacroix 7 136 L Governor Dummer Academy MA
1990 Dan Stiver 8 157 R U. of Michigan NCAA
1990 Robert Horyna 9 178 G Dukla Jihlava Czech
1990 Bob Chebator 10 199 Arlington H.S. MA
1990 Scott Malone 11 220 D Northfield-Mt. Hermon Mass. H.S.
1990 Nick Vachon 12 241 L Governor Dummer Academy MA
1990 Martin Robitaille 0 14 C U. of Maine NCAA
1989 Scott Thornton 1 3 C Belleville Bulls OHL
1989 Rob Pearson 1 12 R Belleville Bulls OHL
1989 Steve Bancroft 1 21 D Belleville Bulls OHL
1989 Matt Martin 4 66 D Avon Old Farms H.S. CT
1989 Keith Carney 5 96 D Mount St. Charles H.S. RI
1989 Dave Burke 6 108 D Cornell University NCAA
1989 Mike Doers 6 125 W Northwood Prep NY
1989 Keith Merkler 7 129 Portledge H.S. NY
1989 Derek Langille 8 150 D North Bay Centennials OHL
1989 Jeff St. Laurent 9 171 Berwick H.S. ME
1989 Justin Tomberlin 10 192 F Greenway Minn. H.S.
1989 Mike Jackson 11 213 R Toronto Marlboros OHL
1989 Steve Chartrand 12 234 F Drummondville Voltigeurs QMJHL
1989 Dave Tomlinson 0 3 C Boston University NCAA
1989 Mike Moes 0 8 C U. of Michigan NCAA
1988 Scott Pearson 1 6 L Kingston Canadians OHL
1988 Tie Domi 2 27 R Peterborough Petes OHL
1988 Peter Ing 3 48 G Windsor Compuware Spitfires OHL
1988 Ted Crowley 4 69 D Lawrence Academy MA
1988 Len Esau 5 86 D Humboldt Broncos SJHL
1988 Matt Mallgrave 7 132 St. Paul?s H.S. NH
1988 Roger Elvenes 8 153 Rogle Sweden
1988 Mike Delay 9 174 Canterbury H.S. CT
1988 David Sacco 10 195 C Medford H.S. MA
1988 Mike Gregorio 11 216 G Cushing Academy Mass. H.S.
1988 Peter DeBoer 12 237 C Windsor Compuware Spitfires OHL
1988 Dean Anderson 0 11 G U. of Wisconsin NCAA
1987 Luke Richardson 1 7 D Peterborough Petes OHL
1987 Daniel Marois 2 28 R Verdun Junior Canadiens QMJHL
1987 John McIntyre 3 49 C Guelph Platers OHL
1987 Joe Sacco 4 71 R Medford H.S. MA
1987 Mike Eastwood 5 91 C Pembroke COJHL
1987 Damian Rhodes 6 112 G Richfield H.S. MN
1987 Trevor Jobe 7 133 C Moose Jaw Warriors WHL
1987 Chris Jensen 8 154 D Northwood Prep NY
1987 Brian Blad 9 175 D Belleville Bulls OHL
1987 Ron Bernacci 10 196 C Hamilton Steelhawks OHL
1987 Ken Alexander 11 217 D Hamilton Steelhawks OHL
1987 Alex Weinrich 12 238 D North Yarmouth Academy ME
1986 Vincent Damphousse 1 6 C Laval Titan QMJHL
1986 Darryl Shannon 2 36 D Windsor Compuware Spitfires OHL
1986 Sean Boland 3 48 D Toronto Marlboros OHL
1986 Kent Hulst 4 69 C Windsor Compuware Spitfires OHL
1986 Scott Taylor 5 90 D Kitchener Rangers OHL
1986 Stephane Giguere 6 111 St. Jean Beavers QMJHL
1986 Dan Hie 7 132 C Ottawa 67's OHL
1986 Steve Brennan 8 153 New Prep School MA
1986 Brian Bellefeuille 9 174 R Canterbury H.S. CT
1986 Sean Davidson 10 195 R Toronto Marlboros OHL
1986 Mark Holick 11 216 R Saskatoon Blades WHL
1986 Brian Hoard 12 237 D Hamilton Steelhawks OHL
1986 Art Fitzgerald 0 21 Trinity College NCAA
1985 Wendel Clark 1 1 L Saskatoon Blades WHL
1985 Ken Spangler 2 22 D Calgary Wranglers WHL
1985 Dave Thomlinson 3 43 L Brandon Wheat Kings WHL
1985 Greg Vey 4 64 L Peterborough Petes OHL
1985 Jeff Serowik 5 85 D Lawrence Academy MA
1985 Jiri Latal 6 106 D Dukla Trencin Slovakia
1985 Tim Bean 7 127 L North Bay Centennials OHL
1985 Andy Donahue 8 148 Belmont Hill H.S. MA
1985 Todd Whittemore 9 169 Kent H.S. CT
1985 Bobby Reynolds 10 190 L St. Clair Shores H.S. MI
1985 Tim Armstrong 11 211 C Toronto Marlboros OHL
1985 Mitch Murphy 12 232 St. Paul?s H.S. NH
1984 Al Iafrate 1 4 D Belleville Bulls OHL
1984 Todd Gill 2 25 D Windsor Spitfires OHL
1984 Jeff Reese 4 67 G London Knights OHL
1984 Jack Capuano 5 88 D Kent H.S. CT
1984 Fabian Joseph 6 109 C Victoria Cougars WHL
1984 Joe MacInnis 7 130 Watertown H.S. MA
1984 Derek Laxdal 8 151 R Brandon Wheat Kings WHL
1984 Dan Turner 9 172 F Medicine Hat Tigers WHL
1984 David Buckley 10 192 D Trinity-Pawling H.S. NY
1984 Mike Wurst 11 213 Ohio State University NCAA
1984 Peter Slanina 12 233 D Kosice Czech
1983 Russ Courtnall 1 7 R Victoria Cougars WHL
1983 Jeff Jackson 2 28 L Brantford Alexanders OHL
1983 Allan Bester 3 48 G Brantford Alexanders OHL
1983 Dan Hodgson 5 83 F Prince Albert Raiders WHL
1983 Cam Plante 7 128 D Brandon Wheat Kings WHL
1983 Paul Bifano 8 148 Burnaby Bluehawks BCJHL
1983 Cliff Abrecht 9 168 D Princeton University NCAA
1983 Greg Rolston 10 184 F Flint Power H.S. MI
1983 Brian Ross 10 188 D Kitchener Rangers OHL
1983 Mike Tomlak 11 208 C Cornwall Royals OHL
1983 Ron Choules 12 228 Trois Rivieres Draveurs QMJHL
1982 Gary Nylund 1 3 D Portland Winter Hawks WHL
1982 Gary Leeman 2 24 R Regina Pats WHL
1982 Peter Ihnacak 2 25 F Sparta Praha Czech
1982 Ken Wregget 3 45 G Lethbridge Broncos WHL
1982 Vladimir Ruzicka 4 73 C Litvinov CHP HC Czech
1982 Eduard Uvira 5 87 D Ceske Budejovice HC Czech
1982 Sylvain Charland 5 99 L Shawinigan Cataractes QMJHL
1982 Ron Dreger 6 108 L Saskatoon Blades WHL
1982 Craig Kales 6 115 R Niagara Falls Flyers OHL
1982 Dom Campedelli 7 129 D Cohasset H.S. MA
1982 Jeff Triano 7 139 D Toronto Marlboros OHL
1982 Miroslav Ihnacak 9 171 F Kosice Czech
1982 Leigh Verstraete 10 192 F Calgary Wranglers WHL
1982 Tim Loven 11 213 D Grand Forks H.S. ND
1982 Jim Appleby 12 234 G Winnipeg Warriors WHL
1981 Jim Benning 1 6 D Portland Winter Hawks WHL
1981 Gary Yaremchuk 2 24 F Portland Winter Hawks WHL
1981 Ernie Godden 3 55 C Windsor Spitfires OHL
1981 Norman Lefrancois 5 90 F Trois Rivieres Draveurs QMJHL
1981 Barry Brigley 5 102 Calgary Wranglers WHL
1981 Andrew Wright 7 132 D Peterborough Petes OHL
1981 Richard Turmel 8 153 D Shawinigan Cataractes QMJHL
1981 Greg Barber 9 174 Victoria Cougars WHL
1981 Marc Magnan 10 195 L Lethbridge Broncos WHL
1980 Craig Muni 2 25 D Kingston Canadians OHA
1980 Bob McGill 2 26 D Victoria Cougars WHL
1980 Fred Boimistruck 3 43 D Cornwall Royals QMJHL
1980 Stew Gavin 4 74 R Toronto Marlboros OHA
1980 Hugh Larkin 5 95 R Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds OHA
1980 Ron Dennis 6 116 G Princeton University NCAA
1980 Russ Adam 7 137 C Kitchener Rangers OHA
1980 Fred Perlini 8 158 C Toronto Marlboros OHA
1980 Darwin McCutcheon 9 179 D Toronto Marlboros OHA
1980 Paul Higgins 10 200 R Henry Carr H.S. Toronto
1979 Laurie Boschman 1 9 F Brandon Wheat Kings WHL
1979 Norm Aubin 3 51 F Verdun Black Hawks QMJHL
1979 Vincent Tremblay 4 72 G Quebec Remparts QMJHL
1979 Frank Nigro 5 93 C London Knights OHA
1979 Bill McCreary 6 114 L Colgate University NCAA
1978 Joel Quenneville 2 21 D Windsor Spitfires OHA
1978 Mark Kirton 3 48 C Peterborough Petes OHA
1978 Bob Parent 4 65 G Kitchener Rangers OHA
1978 Jordy Douglas 5 81 L Flin Flon Bombers WCHL
1978 Mel Hewitt 6 92 L Calgary Wranglers WCHL
1978 Normand Lefebvre 6 98 R Trois Rivieres Draveurs QMJHL
1978 John Scammell 7 115 D Lethbridge Broncos WCHL
1978 Kevin Reinhart 8 132 Kitchener Rangers OHA
1978 Mike Waghorne 9 149 D U. of New Hampshire NCAA
1978 Laurie Cuvelier 10 166 St. Francis Xavier University CIAU
1977 John Anderson 1 11 L Toronto Marlboros OHA
1977 Trevor Johansen 1 12 D Toronto Marlboros OHA
1977 Bob Gladney 2 24 D Oshawa Generals OHA
1977 Rocky Saganiuk 2 29 R Lethbridge Broncos WCHL
1977 Dan Eastman 4 65 C London Knights OHA
1977 John Wilson 5 83 Windsor Spitfires OHA
1977 Roy Sommer 6 101 C Calgary Centennials WCHL
1977 Lynn Jorgenson 7 119 L Toronto Marlboros OHA
1977 Kevin Howe 8 134 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds OHA
1977 Ray Robertson 9 149 St. Lawrence University NCAA
1976 Randy Carlyle 2 30 D Sudbury Wolves OHA
1976 Alain Belanger 3 48 R Sherbrooke Beavers QMJHL
1976 Gary McFadyen 3 52 R Hull Festivals QMJHL
1976 Tim Williams 4 66 D Victoria Cougars WCHL
1976 Greg Hotham 5 84 D Kingston Canadians OHA
1976 Dan Djakalovic 6 102 F Kitchener Rangers OHA
1976 Charlie Skjodt 7 116 C Windsor Spitfires OHA
1975 Don Ashby 1 6 C Calgary Centennials WCHL
1975 Doug Jarvis 2 24 C Peterborough Petes OHA
1975 Bruce Boudreau 3 42 C Toronto Marlboros OHA
1975 Ted Long 5 78 L Hamilton Fincups OHA
1975 Kevin Campbell 6 96 D St. Lawrence University NCAA
1975 Mario Rouillard 7 114 R Trois Rivieres Draveurs QMJHL
1975 Ron Wilson 8 132 Providence College NCAA
1975 Paul Evans 9 149 R Peterborough Petes OHA
1975 Jean Latendresse 10 165 Shawinigan Dynamos QMJHL
1975 Paul Crowley 10 166 R Sudbury Wolves OHA
1975 Dan D'Alvise 11 179 F Royal York Rangers
1975 Jackie Laine 11 180 Bowling Green State University NCAA
1975 Ken Holland 12 188 G Medicine Hat Tigers WCHL
1975 Bob Barnes 12 189 Hamilton Fincups OHA
1975 Gary Burns 12 191 F U. of New Hampshire NCAA
1975 Jim Montgomery 12 193 C Hull Festivals QMJHL
1975 Rick Martin 13 199 London Knights OHA
1974 Jack Valiquette 1 13 C Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds OHA
1974 Tiger Williams 2 31 F Swift Current Broncos WCHL
1974 Per-Arne Alexandersson 3 49 F Leksands IF SEL
1974 Peter Driscoll 4 67 L Kingston Canadians OHA
1974 Mike Palmateer 5 85 G Toronto Marlboros OHA
1974 Bill Hassard 6 103 Wexford Raiders OPJHL
1974 Kevin Devine 7 121 L Toronto Marlboros OHA
1974 Kevin Kemp 8 138 D Ottawa 67's OHA
1974 Dave Syvret 9 155 D St. Catharines Black Hawks OHA
1974 Andy Stoesz 10 170 G Selkirk Steelers MJHL
1974 Marty Feschuk 11 185 D Saskatoon Blades WCHL
1973 Lanny McDonald 1 4 R Medicine Hat Tigers WCHL
1973 Bob Neely 1 10 D Peterborough Petes OHA
1973 Ian Turnbull 1 15 D Ottawa 67's OHA
1973 Frank Rochon 4 52 L Sherbrooke Beavers QMJHL
1973 Gord Titcomb 5 68 L St. Catharines Black Hawks OHA
1973 Doug Marit 6 84 D Regina Pats WCHL
1973 Dan Follett 7 100 G Downsview Beavers OPJHL
1973 Les Burgess 8 116 L Kitchener Rangers OHA
1973 Dave Pay 9 132 L U. of Wisconsin NCAA
1973 Lee Palmer 10 144 D Clarkson University NCAA
1973 Bob Peace 10 147 C Cornell University NCAA
1973 Norm McLeod 11 159 L Ottawa M&W Rangers CJAHL
1972 George Ferguson 1 11 C Toronto Marlboros OHA
1972 Randy Osburn 2 27 L London Knights OHA
1972 Denis Deslauriers 3 43 D Shawinigan Bruins QMJHL
1972 Brian Bowles 4 59 D Cornwall Royals QMJHL
1972 Michel Plante 5 75 L Drummondville Rangers QMJHL
1972 Dave Shardlow 6 91 L Flin Flon Bombers WCHL
1972 Monte Miron 7 107 D Clarkson University NCAA
1972 Peter Williams 8 123 D U. of Prince Edward Island CIAU
1972 Pat Boutette 9 139 C/R U. of Minnesota-Duluth NCAA
1972 Garry Schofield 9 143 D Clarkson University NCAA
1971 Rick Kehoe 2 22 F Hamilton Red Wings OHA
1971 Dave Fortier 2 23 D St. Catharines Black Hawks OHA
1971 Ralph Hopiavouri 3 30 D Toronto Marlboros OHA
1971 Gavin Kirk 3 37 C Toronto Marlboros OHA
1971 Rick Cunningham 4 51 D Peterborough Petes OHA
1971 Bob Sykes 5 65 L Sudbury Cub-Wolves NOJHA
1971 Mike Ruest 6 79 D Cornwall Royals QMJHL
1971 Dale Smedsmo 7 93 L Bemidji State University NCAA
1971 Steve Johnson 7 98 D Verdun Maple Leafs QMJHL
1971 Bob Burns 8 107 D Canadian Armed Forces
1970 Darryl Sittler 1 8 C London Knights OHA
1970 Errol Thompson 2 22 F Charlettown Senior
1970 Gerry O'Flaherty 3 36 R Kitchener Rangers OHA
1970 Bob Gryp 4 50 F Boston University NCAA
1970 Luc Simard 5 64 L Trois Rivieres Ducs QMJHL
1970 Cal Booth 6 78 L Weyburn Red Wings SJHL
1970 Paul Larose 7 91 F Quebec Remparts QMJHL
1970 Ron Low 8 103 G Dauphin Kings MJHL
1969 Ernie Moser 1 9 R Estevan Bruins SJHL
1969 Doug Brindley 2 20 L/C Niagara Falls Flyers OHA
1969 Larry McIntyre 3 31 D Moose Jaw Canucks SJHL
1969 Frank Hughes 4 43 L Edmonton Oil Kings WCHL
1969 Brian Spencer 5 55 L Swift Current Broncos WCHL
1969 Bob Neufeld 6 67 L Dauphin Kings MJHL
1968 Brad Selwood 1 10 D Niagara Falls Flyers OHA
1967 Bob Kelly 2 16 L Port Arthur Marrs
1966 John Wright 1 4 C West Clair Jr. B
1966 Cam Crosby 2 10 Toronto Marlboros OHA
1966 Rick Ley 3 16 D Niagara Falls Flyers OHA
1966 Dale MacLeish 4 22 C Peterboro
1964 Tom Martin 1 5 R Toronto Marlboro Midgets
1964 Dave Cotey 2 11 Aurora Jr. C
1964 Mike Pelyk 3 17 D Toronto Marlboro Midgets
1964 Jim Dorey 4 23 D Stamford Jr. B
1963 Walt McKechnie 1 6 C London Jr. B
1963 Neil Clairmont 2 12 L Parry Sound Midgets
1963 Walt McKechnie 1 6 C London Jr. B
1963 Neil Clairmont 2 12 L Parry Sound Midgets
1963 Jim McKenny 3 17 D Neil McNeil Jr. A
1963 Gerry Meehan 4 21 C Neil McNeil Jr. A


Toronto Arenas 1917-1918 Season Review


Coach - Dick Carroll

Games Played: 22
Regular Season Wins: 13
Regular Season Loses: 9
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 26

Finished: First (1st) in the league



Toronto Arenas 1918-1919 Season Review


Coach - Dick Carroll

Games Played: 18
Regular Season Wins: 5
Regular Season Loses: 13
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 10

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league



Toronto St. Patricks 1919-1920 Season Review


Coach - Frank Heffernan

Games Played: 24
Regular Season Wins: 12
Regular Season Loses: 12
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 24

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league



Toronto St. Patricks 1920-1921 Season Review


Coach - Frank Carroll

Games Played: 24
Regular Season Wins: 15
Regular Season Loses: 9
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 30

Finished: First (1st) in the league



Toronto St. Patricks 1921-1922 Season Review


Coach - George O'Donoghue

Games Played: 24
Regular Season Wins: 13
Regular Season Loses: 10
Regular Season Ties: 1
Regular Season Points: 27

Finished: Second (2nd) in the league



Toronto St. Patricks 1922-1923 Season Review


Coach - George O'Donoghue

Games Played: 24
Regular Season Wins: 13
Regular Season Loses: 10
Regular Season Ties: 1
Regular Season Points: 27

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league



Toronto St. Patricks 1923-1924 Season Review


Coach - Charles Querrie

Games Played: 24
Regular Season Wins: 10
Regular Season Loses: 14
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 20

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league



Toronto St. Patricks 1924-1925 Season Review


Coach - Eddie Powers

Games Played: 30
Regular Season Wins: 19
Regular Season Loses: 11
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 38

Finished: Second (2nd) in the league



Toronto St. Patricks 1925-1926 Season Review


Coach - Eddie Powers

Games Played: 36
Regular Season Wins: 12
Regular Season Loses: 21
Regular Season Ties: 3
Regular Season Points: 27

Finished: Sixth (6th) in the league



Toronto St. Patricks 1926-1927 Season Review


Coach - Charles Querrie

Games Played: 44
Regular Season Wins: 15
Regular Season Loses: 24
Regular Season Ties: 5
Regular Season Points: 35

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the league



Toronto Maple Leafs 1927-1928 Season Review


Coach - Conn Smythe

Games Played: 44
Regular Season Wins: 18
Regular Season Loses: 18
Regular Season Ties: 8
Regular Season Points: 44

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the league



Toronto Maple Leafs 1928-1929 Season Review


Coach - Conn Smythe

Games Played: 44
Regular Season Wins: 21
Regular Season Loses: 18
Regular Season Ties: 5
Regular Season Points: 47

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated in the Quarter Final 2 - 0 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by New York Rangers in the Semi Final 2 - 0 - 0

Art Ross Trophy - Ace Bailey

Toronto Maple Leafs 1929-1930 Season Review


Coach - Conn Smythe

Games Played: 44
Regular Season Wins: 17
Regular Season Loses: 21
Regular Season Ties: 6
Regular Season Points: 40

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the league



Toronto Maple Leafs 1930-1931 Season Review


Coach - Art Duncan

Games Played: 44
Regular Season Wins: 22
Regular Season Loses: 13
Regular Season Ties: 9
Regular Season Points: 53

Finished: Second (2nd) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Chicago Black Hawks in the Quarter Final 1 - 0 - 1

NHL All-Star Team - King Clancy

Toronto Maple Leafs 1931-1932 Season Review


Coach - Art Duncan

Games Played: 48
Regular Season Wins: 23
Regular Season Loses: 18
Regular Season Ties: 7
Regular Season Points: 53

Finished: Second (2nd) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Chicago Black Hawks in the Quarter Final 1 - 1 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Montreal Maroons in the Semi Final 1 - 0 - 1
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated New York Rangers in the Stanley Cup Final 3 - 0 - 0

Art Ross Trophy - Busher Jackson
NHL All-Star Team - Busher Jackson
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy - Joe Primeau
NHL All-Star Second Team - King Clancy
NHL All-Star Second Team - Charlie Conacher

Toronto Maple Leafs 1932-1933 Season Review


Coach - Dick Irvin

Games Played: 48
Regular Season Wins: 24
Regular Season Loses: 18
Regular Season Ties: 6
Regular Season Points: 54

Finished: First (1st) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Boston Bruins in the Semi Final 3 - 2 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by New York Rangers in the Stanley Cup Final 3 - 1 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - King Clancy
NHL All-Star Second Team - Charlie Conacher
NHL All-Star Second Team - Busher Jackson

Toronto Maple Leafs 1933-1934 Season Review


Coach - Dick Irvin

Games Played: 48
Regular Season Wins: 26
Regular Season Loses: 13
Regular Season Ties: 9
Regular Season Points: 61

Finished: First (1st) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Detroit Red Wings in the Semi Final 3 - 2 - 0

Art Ross Trophy - Charlie Conacher
NHL All-Star Team - King Clancy
NHL All-Star Team - Charlie Conacher
NHL All-Star Team - Busher Jackson
NHL All-Star Second Team - Joe Primeau

Toronto Maple Leafs 1934-1935 Season Review


Coach - Dick Irvin

Games Played: 48
Regular Season Wins: 30
Regular Season Loses: 14
Regular Season Ties: 4
Regular Season Points: 64

Finished: First (1st) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Boston Bruins in the Semi Final 3 - 1 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Montreal Maroons in the Stanley Cup Final 3 - 0 - 0

Art Ross Trophy - Charlie Conacher
NHL All-Star Team - Charlie Conacher
NHL All-Star Team - Busher Jackson

Toronto Maple Leafs 1935-1936 Season Review


Coach - Dick Irvin

Games Played: 48
Regular Season Wins: 23
Regular Season Loses: 19
Regular Season Ties: 6
Regular Season Points: 52

Finished: Second (2nd) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Boston Bruins in the Quarter Final 1 - 1 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated in the Semi Final 2 - 1 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Detroit Red Wings in the Stanley Cup Final 3 - 1 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - Charlie Conacher
NHL All-Star Second Team - Bill Thoms

Toronto Maple Leafs 1936-1937 Season Review


Coach - Dick Irvin

Games Played: 48
Regular Season Wins: 22
Regular Season Loses: 21
Regular Season Ties: 5
Regular Season Points: 49

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by New York Rangers in the Quarter Final 2 - 0 - 0

Calder Memorial Trophy - Syl Apps
NHL All-Star Team - Busher Jackson

Toronto Maple Leafs 1937-1938 Season Review


Coach - Dick Irvin

Games Played: 48
Regular Season Wins: 24
Regular Season Loses: 15
Regular Season Ties: 9
Regular Season Points: 57

Finished: First (1st) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Boston Bruins in the Semi Final 3 - 0 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Chicago Black Hawks in the Stanley Cup Final 3 - 1 - 0

Art Ross Trophy - Gordie Drillon
NHL All-Star Team - Gordie Drillon
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy - Gordie Drillon
NHL All-Star Second Team - Syl Apps

Toronto Maple Leafs 1938-1939 Season Review


Coach - Dick Irvin

Games Played: 48
Regular Season Wins: 19
Regular Season Loses: 20
Regular Season Ties: 9
Regular Season Points: 47

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated in the Quarter Final 2 - 0 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Detroit Red Wings in the Semi Final 2 - 1 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Boston Bruins in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 1 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - Syl Apps
NHL All-Star Team - Gordie Drillon

Toronto Maple Leafs 1939-1940 Season Review


Coach - Dick Irvin

Games Played: 48
Regular Season Wins: 25
Regular Season Loses: 17
Regular Season Ties: 6
Regular Season Points: 56

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Chicago Black Hawks in the Quarter Final 2 - 0 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Detroit Red Wings in the Semi Final 2 - 0 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by New York Rangers in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 2 - 0


Toronto Maple Leafs 1940-1941 Season Review


Coach - Hap Day

Games Played: 48
Regular Season Wins: 28
Regular Season Loses: 14
Regular Season Ties: 6
Regular Season Points: 62

Finished: Second (2nd) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Boston Bruins in the Semi Final 4 - 3 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - Turk Broda
NHL All-Star Team - Sweeney Schriner
NHL All-Star Team - Wally Stanowski
NHL All-Star Second Team - Syl Apps
Vezina Trophy - Turk Broda

Toronto Maple Leafs 1941-1942 Season Review


Coach - Hap Day

Games Played: 48
Regular Season Wins: 27
Regular Season Loses: 18
Regular Season Ties: 3
Regular Season Points: 57

Finished: Second (2nd) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated New York Rangers in the Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Detroit Red Wings in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 3 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - Syl Apps
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy - Syl Apps
NHL All-Star Second Team - Turk Broda
NHL All-Star Second Team - Gordie Drillon
NHL All-Star Second Team - Bucko McDonald

Toronto Maple Leafs 1942-1943 Season Review


Coach - Hap Day

Games Played: 50
Regular Season Wins: 22
Regular Season Loses: 19
Regular Season Ties: 9
Regular Season Points: 53

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Detroit Red Wings in the Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0

Calder Memorial Trophy - Gaye Stewart
NHL All-Star Team - Lorne Carr
NHL All-Star Second Team - Syl Apps

Toronto Maple Leafs 1943-1944 Season Review


Coach - Hap Day

Games Played: 50
Regular Season Wins: 23
Regular Season Loses: 23
Regular Season Ties: 4
Regular Season Points: 50

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Montreal Canadiens in the Semi Final 4 - 1 - 0

Calder Memorial Trophy - Gus Bodnar
NHL All-Star Team - Lorne Carr
NHL All-Star Team - Babe Pratt
Hart Memorial Trophy - Babe Pratt
NHL All-Star Second Team - Paul Bibeault

Toronto Maple Leafs 1944-1945 Season Review


Coach - Hap Day

Games Played: 50
Regular Season Wins: 24
Regular Season Loses: 22
Regular Season Ties: 4
Regular Season Points: 52

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Montreal Canadiens in the Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Detroit Red Wings in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 3 - 0

Calder Memorial Trophy - Frank McCool
NHL All-Star Second Team - Babe Pratt

Toronto Maple Leafs 1945-1946 Season Review


Coach - Hap Day

Games Played: 50
Regular Season Wins: 19
Regular Season Loses: 24
Regular Season Ties: 7
Regular Season Points: 45

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the league


NHL All-Star Team - Gaye Stewart

Toronto Maple Leafs 1946-1947 Season Review


Coach - Hap Day

Games Played: 60
Regular Season Wins: 31
Regular Season Loses: 19
Regular Season Ties: 10
Regular Season Points: 72

Finished: Second (2nd) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Detroit Red Wings in the Semi Final 4 - 1 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Montreal Canadiens in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 2 - 0

Calder Memorial Trophy - Howie Meeker

Toronto Maple Leafs 1947-1948 Season Review


Coach - Hap Day

Games Played: 60
Regular Season Wins: 32
Regular Season Loses: 15
Regular Season Ties: 13
Regular Season Points: 77

Finished: First (1st) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Boston Bruins in the Semi Final 4 - 1 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Detroit Red Wings in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 0 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - Turk Broda
NHL All-Star Second Team - Bud Poile
NHL All-Star Second Team - Gaye Stewart
Vezina Trophy - Turk Broda

Toronto Maple Leafs 1948-1949 Season Review


Coach - Hap Day

Games Played: 60
Regular Season Wins: 22
Regular Season Loses: 25
Regular Season Ties: 13
Regular Season Points: 57

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Boston Bruins in the Semi Final 4 - 1 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Detroit Red Wings in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 0 - 0


Toronto Maple Leafs 1949-1950 Season Review


Coach - Hap Day

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 31
Regular Season Loses: 27
Regular Season Ties: 12
Regular Season Points: 74

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Detroit Red Wings in the Semi Final 4 - 3 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - Gus Mortson
NHL All-Star Second Team - Ted Kennedy

Toronto Maple Leafs 1950-1951 Season Review


Coach - Joe Primeau

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 41
Regular Season Loses: 16
Regular Season Ties: 13
Regular Season Points: 95

Finished: Second (2nd) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Boston Bruins in the Semi Final 4 - 1 - 1
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Montreal Canadiens in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 1 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - Ted Kennedy
NHL All-Star Second Team - Sid Smith
NHL All-Star Second Team - Jimmy Thomson
Vezina Trophy - Al Rollins

Toronto Maple Leafs 1951-1952 Season Review


Coach - Joe Primeau

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 29
Regular Season Loses: 25
Regular Season Ties: 16
Regular Season Points: 74

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Detroit Red Wings in the Semi Final 4 - 0 - 0

Lady Byng Memorial Trophy - Sid Smith
NHL All-Star Second Team - Sid Smith
NHL All-Star Second Team - Jimmy Thomson

Toronto Maple Leafs 1952-1953 Season Review


Coach - Joe Primeau

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 27
Regular Season Loses: 30
Regular Season Ties: 13
Regular Season Points: 67

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the league



Toronto Maple Leafs 1953-1954 Season Review


Coach - King Clancy

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 32
Regular Season Loses: 24
Regular Season Ties: 14
Regular Season Points: 78

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Detroit Red Wings in the Semi Final 4 - 1 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - Harry Lumley
NHL All-Star Second Team - Tim Horton
NHL All-Star Second Team - Ted Kennedy
Vezina Trophy - Harry Lumley

Toronto Maple Leafs 1954-1955 Season Review


Coach - King Clancy

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 24
Regular Season Loses: 24
Regular Season Ties: 22
Regular Season Points: 70

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Detroit Red Wings in the Semi Final 4 - 0 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - Harry Lumley
NHL All-Star Team - Sid Smith
Hart Memorial Trophy - Ted Kennedy
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy - Sid Smith

Toronto Maple Leafs 1955-1956 Season Review


Coach - King Clancy

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 24
Regular Season Loses: 33
Regular Season Ties: 13
Regular Season Points: 61

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Detroit Red Wings in the Semi Final 4 - 1 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - Tod Sloan

Toronto Maple Leafs 1956-1957 Season Review


Coach - Howie Meeker

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 21
Regular Season Loses: 34
Regular Season Ties: 15
Regular Season Points: 57

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the league



Toronto Maple Leafs 1957-1958 Season Review


Coach - Billy Reay

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 21
Regular Season Loses: 38
Regular Season Ties: 11
Regular Season Points: 53

Finished: Sixth (6th) in the league


Calder Memorial Trophy - Frank Mahovlich

Toronto Maple Leafs 1958-1959 Season Review


Coach - Punch Imlach

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 27
Regular Season Loses: 32
Regular Season Ties: 11
Regular Season Points: 65

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Boston Bruins in the Semi Final 4 - 3 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Montreal Canadiens in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 1 - 0


Toronto Maple Leafs 1959-1960 Season Review


Coach - Punch Imlach

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 35
Regular Season Loses: 26
Regular Season Ties: 9
Regular Season Points: 79

Finished: Second (2nd) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Detroit Red Wings in the Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Montreal Canadiens in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 0 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - Allan Stanley

Toronto Maple Leafs 1960-1961 Season Review


Coach - Punch Imlach

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 39
Regular Season Loses: 19
Regular Season Ties: 12
Regular Season Points: 90

Finished: Second (2nd) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Detroit Red Wings in the Semi Final 4 - 1 - 0

Calder Memorial Trophy - Dave Keon
NHL All-Star Team - Johnny Bower
NHL All-Star Team - Frank Mahovlich
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy - Red Kelly
NHL All-Star Second Team - Allan Stanley
Vezina Trophy - Johnny Bower

Toronto Maple Leafs 1961-1962 Season Review


Coach - Punch Imlach

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 37
Regular Season Loses: 22
Regular Season Ties: 11
Regular Season Points: 85

Finished: Second (2nd) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated New York Rangers in the Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Chicago Black Hawks in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 2 - 0

Lady Byng Memorial Trophy - Dave Keon
NHL All-Star Second Team - Carl Brewer
NHL All-Star Second Team - Dave Keon
NHL All-Star Second Team - Frank Mahovlich

Toronto Maple Leafs 1962-1963 Season Review


Coach - Punch Imlach

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 35
Regular Season Loses: 23
Regular Season Ties: 12
Regular Season Points: 82

Finished: First (1st) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Montreal Canadiens in the Semi Final 4 - 1 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Detroit Red Wings in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 1 - 0

Calder Memorial Trophy - Kent Douglas
NHL All-Star Team - Carl Brewer
NHL All-Star Team - Frank Mahovlich
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy - Dave Keon
NHL All-Star Second Team - Tim Horton

Toronto Maple Leafs 1963-1964 Season Review


Coach - Punch Imlach

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 33
Regular Season Loses: 25
Regular Season Ties: 12
Regular Season Points: 78

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Montreal Canadiens in the Semi Final 4 - 3 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Detroit Red Wings in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 3 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - Tim Horton
NHL All-Star Second Team - Frank Mahovlich

Toronto Maple Leafs 1964-1965 Season Review


Coach - Punch Imlach

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 30
Regular Season Loses: 26
Regular Season Ties: 14
Regular Season Points: 74

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Montreal Canadiens in the Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - Carl Brewer
NHL All-Star Second Team - Frank Mahovlich
Vezina Trophy - Johnny Bower
Vezina Trophy - Terry Sawchuk

Toronto Maple Leafs 1965-1966 Season Review


Coach - Punch Imlach

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 34
Regular Season Loses: 25
Regular Season Ties: 11
Regular Season Points: 79

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Montreal Canadiens in the Semi Final 4 - 0 - 0

Calder Memorial Trophy - Brit Selby
NHL All-Star Second Team - Frank Mahovlich
NHL All-Star Second Team - Allan Stanley

Toronto Maple Leafs 1966-1967 Season Review


Coach - Punch Imlach

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 32
Regular Season Loses: 27
Regular Season Ties: 11
Regular Season Points: 75

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Chicago Black Hawks in the Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Montreal Canadiens in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 2 - 0

Conn Smythe Trophy - Dave Keon
NHL All-Star Second Team - Tim Horton

Toronto Maple Leafs 1967-1968 Season Review


Coach - Punch Imlach

Games Played: 74
Regular Season Wins: 33
Regular Season Loses: 31
Regular Season Ties: 10
Regular Season Points: 76

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the Eastern Division


NHL All-Star Team - Tim Horton

Toronto Maple Leafs 1968-1969 Season Review


Coach - Punch Imlach

Games Played: 76
Regular Season Wins: 35
Regular Season Loses: 26
Regular Season Ties: 15
Regular Season Points: 85

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the Eastern Division

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Boston Bruins in the Quarter Final 4 - 0 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - Tim Horton

Toronto Maple Leafs 1969-1970 Season Review


Coach - John McLellan

Games Played: 76
Regular Season Wins: 29
Regular Season Loses: 34
Regular Season Ties: 13
Regular Season Points: 71

Finished: Sixth (6th) in the Eastern Division



Toronto Maple Leafs 1970-1971 Season Review


Coach - John McLellan

Games Played: 78
Regular Season Wins: 37
Regular Season Loses: 33
Regular Season Ties: 8
Regular Season Points: 82

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the Eastern Division

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by New York Rangers in the Quarter Final 4 - 2 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - Dave Keon
NHL All-Star Second Team - Jacques Plante

Toronto Maple Leafs 1971-1972 Season Review


Coach - John McLellan

Games Played: 78
Regular Season Wins: 33
Regular Season Loses: 31
Regular Season Ties: 14
Regular Season Points: 80

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the Eastern Division

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Boston Bruins in the Quarter Final 4 - 1 - 0


Toronto Maple Leafs 1972-1973 Season Review


Coach - John McLellan

Games Played: 78
Regular Season Wins: 27
Regular Season Loses: 41
Regular Season Ties: 10
Regular Season Points: 64

Finished: Sixth (6th) in the Eastern Division



Toronto Maple Leafs 1973-1974 Season Review


Coach - Red Kelly

Games Played: 78
Regular Season Wins: 35
Regular Season Loses: 27
Regular Season Ties: 16
Regular Season Points: 86

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the Eastern Division

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Boston Bruins in the Quarter Final 4 - 0 - 0


Toronto Maple Leafs 1974-1975 Season Review


Coach - Red Kelly

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 31
Regular Season Loses: 33
Regular Season Ties: 16
Regular Season Points: 78

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Adams Division of the Whales Conference

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Los Angeles Kings in the Preliminary Round 2 - 1 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Philadelphia Flyers in the Quarter Final 4 - 0 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - Borje Salming

Toronto Maple Leafs 1975-1976 Season Review


Coach - Red Kelly

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 34
Regular Season Loses: 31
Regular Season Ties: 15
Regular Season Points: 83

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Adams Division of the Whales Conference

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Pittsburgh Penguins in the Preliminary Round 2 - 1 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Philadelphia Flyers in the Quarter Final 4 - 3 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - Borje Salming

Toronto Maple Leafs 1976-1977 Season Review


Coach - Red Kelly

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 33
Regular Season Loses: 32
Regular Season Ties: 15
Regular Season Points: 81

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Adams Division of the Whales Conference

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Pittsburgh Penguins in the Preliminary Round 2 - 1 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Philadelphia Flyers in the Quarter Final 4 - 2 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - Borje Salming
NHL All-Star Second Team - Lanny McDonald

Toronto Maple Leafs 1977-1978 Season Review


Coach - Roger Neilson

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 41
Regular Season Loses: 29
Regular Season Ties: 10
Regular Season Points: 92

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Adams Division of the Whales Conference

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Los Angeles Kings in the Preliminary Round 2 - 0 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated New York Islanders in the Quarter Final 4 - 3 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Montreal Canadiens in the Semi Final 4 - 0 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - Borje Salming
NHL All-Star Second Team - Darryl Sittler

Toronto Maple Leafs 1978-1979 Season Review


Coach - Roger Neilson

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 34
Regular Season Loses: 33
Regular Season Ties: 13
Regular Season Points: 81

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Adams Division of the Whales Conference

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated in the Preliminary Round 2 - 0 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Montreal Canadiens in the Quarter Final 4 - 0 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - Borje Salming

Toronto Maple Leafs 1979-1980 Season Review


Coach - Dick Duff

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 35
Regular Season Loses: 40
Regular Season Ties: 5
Regular Season Points: 75

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the Adams Division of the Whales Conference

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by in the Preliminary Round 3 - 0 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - Borje Salming

Toronto Maple Leafs 1980-1981 Season Review


Coach - Joe Crozier

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 28
Regular Season Loses: 37
Regular Season Ties: 15
Regular Season Points: 71

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the Adams Division of the Whales Conference

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by New York Islanders in the Preliminary Round 3 - 0 - 0


Toronto Maple Leafs 1981-1982 Season Review


Coach - Mike Nykoluk

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 20
Regular Season Loses: 44
Regular Season Ties: 16
Regular Season Points: 56

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the Norris Division of the Campbell Conference



Toronto Maple Leafs 1982-1983 Season Review


Coach - Mike Nykoluk

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 28
Regular Season Loses: 40
Regular Season Ties: 12
Regular Season Points: 68

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Norris Division of the Campbell Conference

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by in the Division Semi Final 3 - 1 - 0


Toronto Maple Leafs 1983-1984 Season Review


Coach - Mike Nykoluk

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 26
Regular Season Loses: 45
Regular Season Ties: 9
Regular Season Points: 61

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the Norris Division of the Campbell Conference



Toronto Maple Leafs 1984-1985 Season Review


Coach - Dan Maloney

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 20
Regular Season Loses: 52
Regular Season Ties: 8
Regular Season Points: 48

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the Norris Division of the Campbell Conference



Toronto Maple Leafs 1985-1986 Season Review


Coach - Dan Maloney

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 25
Regular Season Loses: 48
Regular Season Ties: 7
Regular Season Points: 57

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the Norris Division of the Campbell Conference

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Chicago Black Hawks in the Division Semi Final 3 - 0 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by St. Louis Blues in the Division Final 4 - 3 - 0

NHL All-Rookie Team - Wendel Clark

Toronto Maple Leafs 1986-1987 Season Review


Coach - John Brophy

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 32
Regular Season Loses: 42
Regular Season Ties: 6
Regular Season Points: 70

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the Norris Division of the Campbell Conference

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated St. Louis Blues in the Division Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Detroit Red Wings in the Division Final 4 - 3 - 0


Toronto Maple Leafs 1987-1988 Season Review


Coach - John Brophy

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 21
Regular Season Loses: 49
Regular Season Ties: 10
Regular Season Points: 52

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the Norris Division of the Campbell Conference

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Detroit Red Wings in the Division Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0


Toronto Maple Leafs 1988-1989 Season Review


Coach - George Armstrong

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 28
Regular Season Loses: 46
Regular Season Ties: 6
Regular Season Points: 62

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the Norris Division of the Campbell Conference



Toronto Maple Leafs 1989-1990 Season Review


Coach - Doug Carpenter

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 38
Regular Season Loses: 38
Regular Season Ties: 4
Regular Season Points: 80

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Norris Division of the Campbell Conference

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by St. Louis Blues in the Division Semi Final 4 - 1 - 0


Toronto Maple Leafs 1990-1991 Season Review


Coach - Doug Carpenter

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 23
Regular Season Loses: 46
Regular Season Ties: 11
Regular Season Points: 57

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the Norris Division of the Campbell Conference



Toronto Maple Leafs 1991-1992 Season Review


Coach - Tom Watt

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 30
Regular Season Loses: 43
Regular Season Ties: 7
Regular Season Points: 67

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the Norris Division of the Campbell Conference



Toronto Maple Leafs 1992-1993 Season Review


Coach - Pat Burns

Games Played: 84
Regular Season Wins: 44
Regular Season Loses: 29
Regular Season Ties: 11
Regular Season Points: 99

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Norris Division of the Campbell Conference

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Detroit Red Wings in the Division Semi Final 4 - 3 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated St. Louis Blues in the Division Final 4 - 3 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Los Angeles Kings in the Conference Final 4 - 3 - 0

NHL All-Rookie Team - Felix Potvin
Frank J. Selke Trophy - Doug Gilmour

Toronto Maple Leafs 1993-1994 Season Review


Coach - Pat Burns

Games Played: 84
Regular Season Wins: 43
Regular Season Loses: 29
Regular Season Ties: 12
Regular Season Points: 98

Finished: Second (2nd) in the Central Division of the Western Conference

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Chicago Blackhawks in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 2 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated San Jose Sharks in the Conference Semi Final 4 - 3 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Vancouver Canucks in the Conference Final 4 - 1 - 0


Toronto Maple Leafs 1994-1995 Season Review


Coach - Pat Burns

Games Played: 48
Regular Season Wins: 21
Regular Season Loses: 19
Regular Season Ties: 8
Regular Season Points: 50

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the Central Division of the Western Conference

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Chicago Blackhawks in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 3 - 0

NHL All-Rookie Team - Kenny Jonsson

Toronto Maple Leafs 1995-1996 Season Review


Coach - Nick Beverley

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 34
Regular Season Loses: 36
Regular Season Ties: 12
Regular Season Points: 80

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Central Division of the Western Conference

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by St. Louis Blues in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 2 - 0


Toronto Maple Leafs 1996-1997 Season Review


Coach - Mike Murphy

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 30
Regular Season Loses: 44
Regular Season Ties: 8
Regular Season Points: 68

Finished: Sixth (6th) in the Central Division of the Western Conference


NHL All-Rookie Team - Sergei Berezin

Toronto Maple Leafs 1997-1998 Season Review


Coach - Mike Murphy

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 30
Regular Season Loses: 43
Regular Season Ties: 9
Regular Season Points: 69

Finished: Sixth (6th) in the Central Division of the Western Conference


NHL All-Rookie Team - Mike Johnson

Toronto Maple Leafs 1998-1999 Season Review


Coach - Pat Quinn

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 45
Regular Season Loses: 30
Regular Season Ties: 7
Regular Season Points: 97

Finished: Second (2nd) in the Northeast Division of the Eastern Conference

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Philadelphia Flyers in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 2 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Pittsburgh Penguins in the Conference Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Buffalo Sabres in the Conference Final 4 - 1 - 0


Toronto Maple Leafs 1999-2000 Season Review


Coach - Pat Quinn

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 45
Regular Season Loses: 27
Regular Season Ties: 7
Regular Season Points: 100

Finished: First (1st) in the Northeast Division of the Eastern Conference

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Ottawa Senators in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 2 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by New Jersey Devils in the Conference Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0

King Clancy Memorial Trophy - Curtis Joseph

Toronto Maple Leafs 2000-2001 Season Review


Coach - Pat Quinn

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 37
Regular Season Loses: 29
Regular Season Ties: 11
Regular Season Points: 90

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Northeast Division of the Eastern Conference

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Ottawa Senators in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 0 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by New Jersey Devils in the Conference Semi Final 4 - 3 - 0


Toronto Maple Leafs 2001-2002 Season Review


Coach - Pat Quinn

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 43
Regular Season Loses: 25
Regular Season Ties: 10
Regular Season Points: 100

Finished: Second (2nd) in the Northeast Division of the Eastern Conference

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated New York Islanders in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 3 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Ottawa Senators in the Conference Semi Final 4 - 3 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Carolina Hurricanes in the Conference Final 4 - 2 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - Mats Sundin

Toronto Maple Leafs 2002-2003 Season Review


Coach - Pat Quinn

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 44
Regular Season Loses: 28
Regular Season Ties: 7
Regular Season Points: 98

Finished: Second (2nd) in the Northeast Division of the Eastern Conference

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Philadelphia Flyers in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 3 - 0

Lady Byng Memorial Trophy - Alexander Mogilny

Toronto Maple Leafs 2003-2004 Season Review


Coach - Pat Quinn

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 45
Regular Season Loses: 24
Regular Season Ties: 10
Regular Season Points: 103

Finished: Second (2nd) in the Northeast Division of the Eastern Conference

Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Ottawa Senators in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 3 - 0
Toronto Maple Leafs defeated by Philadelphia Flyers in the Conference Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - Bryan McCabe
NHL All-Star Second Team - Mats Sundin

Toronto Maple Leafs 2004-2005 Season Review


Season Cancelled due to Labor Negotiations


Toronto Maple Leafs 2005-2006 Season Review


Coach - Pat Quinn

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 41
Regular Season Loses: 33
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 90

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the Northeast Division of the Eastern Conference



Toronto Maple Leafs 2006-2007 Season Review


Coach - Paul Maurice

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 40
Regular Season Loses: 31
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 91

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Northeast Division of the Eastern Conference



Toronto Maple Leafs 2007-2008 Season Review


Coach - Paul Maurice

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 36
Regular Season Loses: 35
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 83

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the Northeast Division of the Eastern Conference


Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy - Jason Blake
Mark Messier Leadership Award - Mats Sundin

Toronto Maple Leafs 2008-2009 Season Review


Coach - Ron Wilson

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 34
Regular Season Loses: 35
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 81

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the Northeast Division of the Eastern Conference


NHL All-Rookie Team - Luke Schenn

Toronto Maple Leafs 2009-2010 Season Review


Coach - Ron Wilson

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 30
Regular Season Loses: 38
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 74

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the Northeast Division of the Eastern Conference

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