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Below is the 2015 Toronto Maple Leafs schedule for Air Canada Centre. To buy tickets select the date of the Hockey game you would like to attend and you will be taken to available seating. Please call 1-800-550-7556 if you prefer to order your Maple Leafs tickets by phone.

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September 27, 2017
Wednesday, 7:30 PM
NHL Preseason: Montreal Canadiens vs. Toronto Maple Leafs
Centre Videotron
Quebec, QC
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Toronto Maple Leafs Team Info

Coming back off of a strong previous season, the Maple Leafs are a prime choice for hockey fans this winter. While the team didn’t make the playoffs last season, the loss was extremely narrow as they took ninth in the standings for the Eastern Conference. Gunning up for this season, Head Coach Paul Maurice has made moves during the off-season to take the team from almost to victory.

In the more recent past, the Maple Leafs have done fairly well, consistently making the playoffs up until last season. Both 2000 and 2001 saw the team advancing to the second round where both years they were taken out. In 2002, the Maple Leafs continued to climb in the standings to advance to the third round. However, there they were defeated. 2002 was still an impressive year for the team even though they didn’t make the finals. During their series many of the Maple Leafs’ players were benched by injuries, but they were still able to make it to the Conference Finals with the help of their lesser known players. In the 2002 off-season, they lost Curtis Joseph. Luckily though, the team found a replacement in a short amount of time, picking up veteran Ed Belfour. Even with Belfour, the Leafs yet again couldn’t seem to make it to the championship, losing in a seven game series in the first round. Then, the Maple Leafs gave their 2003-04 season a different beginning when they held their training camp in Sweden and playing in the NHL Challenge against teams from Sweden and Finland. That season, the team finished fourth in the Eastern Conference, scoring a franchise record number of points. However, they did not go too deep, losing in the second round. 2006 marked the first year this millennium that the Maple Leafs didn’t make the finals.