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The franchise has struggled since the 2004/05 lockout however, missing the playoffs the last four seasons in a row, bottoming out the last two seasons with last place finishes in their division. Toronto is a member of the NHL Eastern Conference's Northeast division. The Maple Leafs play all their home games at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
The Toronto Maple Leafs are among the oldest franchises still operating in hockey having been founded in 1917. Toronto has won the Stanley Cup 13 times, second only to Montreal's 24 Stanley Cup victories. The Maple Leafs' historic success combined with the love of hockey in Canada makes Toronto Maple Leaf tickets a hard find. As of 2008, the Maple Leafs are the most valuable franchise in the NHL at $448 million.
This season, as the Maple Leafs prepare for a run at the Stanley Cup, a battle for the starting goaltender spot is under way. The Maple Leafs' starter from the 2008/09 season, Vesa Toskala is returning from hip and groin surgery and faces a challenge for his job from two free agent additions. Jonas Gustavsson was quoted by the media as politely stating that he intends to challenge and win the starting position. Joey MacDonald, the latest free agent goalie to sign with Toronto has said he intends to challenge for the starting job, or at least beat out Gustavsson for the backup role.
The Maple Leafs have arguably one of the NHL's toughest schedules to open the season. The Leafs will play host to Montreal, Ottawa, Pittsburgh, Colorado, and the New York Rangers in the first month of the season. For more information about Maple Leafs' ticket packages and deals check out our website.