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There is no time to waste! Toronto Maple Leafs Hockey tickets are one of the hottest tickets in the NHL. Frontrowtickets.com is the right place to get your Leaf tickets. The Leafs are one of the six original hockey franchises in the NHL that began in 1917. They were called the Toronto Arenas until 1919 when their name was changed to the Toronto St. Patrick’s. In 1927 their name became the Maple Leafs. They were at the top of the standings from the 1920’s through the 1960’s. Since then they have had their ups and downs but no matter what, their home games always seem to be sold out.
The Leafs team stats consist of 5 Division Championships and 13 Stanley Cup wins. They have the second most titles in the league next to their biggest rivals the Montreal Canadians. It’s not a rumor; the Leafs are the most valuable team in the NHL with the news reporting that their net worth of over $1 billion. The wait for season tickets is extraordinary long!
The Leafs have had many players on their roster with player stats so outstanding they have been inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. A few of them are, Mats Sundin, George Armstrong, Darryl Sittler, Dave Keon, and Ted Kennedy. Mats Sundin holds the record for the all time points leader for the franchise.
The Leafs have been playing their home games at Air Canada Centre since 1999. This Arena can hold over 18,000 loyal fans and it is still very difficult to get Toronto Maple Leaf game tickets. The arena cost $265 million to construct and it is also home to the Toronto Raptors Basketball Team.
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