Toronto Maple Leafs Tickets
Toronto Maple Leafs Tickets

First home game is a rival game!

The Air Canada Center is home to the Toronto Maple Leafs and Toronto will be hopping this fall with an incredible first home game. Pre-season tickets are now available , see the Leafs take on rivals Ottawa Senators and the Montreal Canadiens: games not to miss!

This season, don't miss the Toronto Maple Leafs at theToronto Air Canada Centre!

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Toronto Maple Leafs NHL Hockey Schedule
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DATES
EVENT

December

Carolina Hurricanes at Toronto Maple Leafs
Air Canada Centre Toronto Toronto, ON
Dec 19, 2:00 pm 2017
Tuesday
Dec 19
2:00 pm

January

Tampa Bay Lightning at Toronto Maple Leafs
Air Canada Centre Toronto Toronto, ON
Jan 2, 7:00 pm 2018
Tuesday
Jan 2
7:00 pm
San Jose Sharks at Toronto Maple Leafs
Air Canada Centre Toronto Toronto, ON
Jan 4, 7:00 pm 2018
Thursday
Jan 4
7:00 pm
Vancouver Canucks at Toronto Maple Leafs
Air Canada Centre Toronto Toronto, ON
Jan 6, 7:00 pm 2018
Saturday
Jan 6
7:00 pm
Columbus Blue Jackets at Toronto Maple Leafs
Air Canada Centre Toronto Toronto, ON
Jan 8, 7:00 pm 2018
Monday
Jan 8
7:00 pm
Ottawa Senators at Toronto Maple Leafs
Air Canada Centre Toronto Toronto, ON
Jan 10, 7:30 pm 2018
Wednesday
Jan 10
7:30 pm
St. Louis Blues at Toronto Maple Leafs
Air Canada Centre Toronto Toronto, ON
Jan 16, 7:00 pm 2018
Tuesday
Jan 16
7:00 pm
Colorado Avalanche at Toronto Maple Leafs
Air Canada Centre Toronto Toronto, ON
Jan 22, 7:00 pm 2018
Monday
Jan 22
7:00 pm
New York Islanders at Toronto Maple Leafs
Air Canada Centre Toronto Toronto, ON
Jan 31, 7:30 pm 2018
Wednesday
Jan 31
7:30 pm

February

Anaheim Ducks at Toronto Maple Leafs
Air Canada Centre Toronto Toronto, ON
Feb 5, 7:00 pm 2018
Monday
Feb 5
7:00 pm
Nashville Predators at Toronto Maple Leafs
Air Canada Centre Toronto Toronto, ON
Feb 7, 7:30 pm 2018
Wednesday
Feb 7
7:30 pm
Ottawa Senators at Toronto Maple Leafs
Air Canada Centre Toronto Toronto, ON
Feb 10, 7:00 pm 2018
Saturday
Feb 10
7:00 pm
Tampa Bay Lightning at Toronto Maple Leafs
Air Canada Centre Toronto Toronto, ON
Feb 12, 7:00 pm 2018
Monday
Feb 12
7:00 pm
Columbus Blue Jackets at Toronto Maple Leafs
Air Canada Centre Toronto Toronto, ON
Feb 14, 7:00 pm 2018
Wednesday
Feb 14
7:00 pm
Florida Panthers at Toronto Maple Leafs
Air Canada Centre Toronto Toronto, ON
Feb 20, 7:00 pm 2018
Tuesday
Feb 20
7:00 pm
New York Islanders at Toronto Maple Leafs
Air Canada Centre Toronto Toronto, ON
Feb 22, 7:00 pm 2018
Thursday
Feb 22
7:00 pm
Boston Bruins at Toronto Maple Leafs
Air Canada Centre Toronto Toronto, ON
Feb 24, 7:00 pm 2018
Saturday
Feb 24
7:00 pm

March

Pittsburgh Penguins at Toronto Maple Leafs
Air Canada Centre Toronto Toronto, ON
Mar 10, 7:00 pm 2018
Saturday
Mar 10
7:00 pm
Dallas Stars at Toronto Maple Leafs
Air Canada Centre Toronto Toronto, ON
Mar 14, 7:00 pm 2018
Wednesday
Mar 14
7:00 pm
Montreal Canadiens at Toronto Maple Leafs
Air Canada Centre Toronto Toronto, ON
Mar 17, 7:00 pm 2018
Saturday
Mar 17
7:00 pm
Detroit Red Wings at Toronto Maple Leafs
Air Canada Centre Toronto Toronto, ON
Mar 24, 7:00 pm 2018
Saturday
Mar 24
7:00 pm
Buffalo Sabres at Toronto Maple Leafs
Air Canada Centre Toronto Toronto, ON
Mar 26, 7:00 pm 2018
Monday
Mar 26
7:00 pm
Florida Panthers at Toronto Maple Leafs
Air Canada Centre Toronto Toronto, ON
Mar 28, 7:30 pm 2018
Wednesday
Mar 28
7:30 pm
Winnipeg Jets at Toronto Maple Leafs
Air Canada Centre Toronto Toronto, ON
Mar 31, 7:00 pm 2018
Saturday
Mar 31
7:00 pm

April

Buffalo Sabres at Toronto Maple Leafs
Air Canada Centre Toronto Toronto, ON
Apr 2, 7:00 pm 2018
Monday
Apr 2
7:00 pm
Montreal Canadiens at Toronto Maple Leafs
Air Canada Centre Toronto Toronto, ON
Apr 7, 7:00 pm 2018
Saturday
Apr 7
7:00 pm

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THE TEAM

In recent years, it’s been far too easy to deprecate the Toronto Maple Leafs. Granted, the team is currently experiencing the longest current drought between championships in the NHL, as the Maple Leafs last took home the Stanley Cup in 1967. However, it’s crucial to recall the veritable worth and impact of the team. Not only are the Leafs the most valuable franchise in the NHL, but they’re also one of the most prosperous, with a multitude of Stanley Cup championships to their name. The Leafs have enjoyed consistently sold-out games, as well as a wonderful fan base that has remained faithful despite unimaginable losses. Also, the team was founded in 1917, meaning that it has been a staple for the development of hockey. In short, the Leafs are a true pop culture phenomenon, and embody the very essence of Canadian hockey.

Last season, the Leafs made a comeback that nobody could have predicted. The 2016-2017 season marked the 100th season for the franchise, and it seems like a sense of historical commemoration spurred the Leafs to do better. The team finished with a record of 40-27-15 and successfully secured the wildcard spot for the playoffs. While the Washington Capitals eliminated the Leafs in the conference quarterfinals, it should be noted that the team did not go without a fight – five of the six playoff games were decided in overtime, a fact made even more impressive because the Capitals represented the division winner with the best record. Not only did the Leafs clinch the playoffs for the first time since the 2012-2013 season, but the team also touted one of the most impressive rookies in recent memory. Auston Matthews, the top prospect of the 2016 Entry Draft, broke records in his first season with the Leafs. The centre became the first player in NHL history to score four goals in his league debut. In the end, Matthews scored 40 goals during his first season, thus becoming the most celebrated rookie in the NHL.

Now, the team is concerned with maintaining its improvements and continuing its return to victory. To do so, the Leafs recruited some talented players that are ripe with potential. On July 1, the Leafs acquired Ron Hainsey of the Pittsburgh Penguins, Dominic Moore of the Boston Bruins, Chris Mueller of the Arizona Coyotes and Vincent LoVerde of the Los Angeles Kings. Finally, the team signed a three-year contract with Patrick Marleau, who previously played for the San Jose Sharks for 20 years. The contract was valued at a whopping $18.75 million.
The Leafs are long due for a triumphant victory, and you can expect big changes occurring this upcoming season! If the team has taught us anything during its illustrious history, it’s this; never underestimate the determination of the Maple Leafs!

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The Arena

AIR CANADA CENTER
40 Bay St,
Toronto, ON M5J 2X2, Canada

Located at 40 Bay Street in the heart of downtown Toronto, the Air Canada Centre has been the home to a variety of sports team since it broke ground in 1997. The multi-purpose arena accommodates the Maple Leafs, the Toronto Raptors of the National Basketball League, and the Toronto Rock of the National Lacrosse League. During a hockey game, the ACC has a capacity of over 18, 000 cheering fans. The arena is also reputable for being a major venue for concerts, and is among the busiest arenas in the world.


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The Rivals

Montreal Canadiens, Ottawa Senators

Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Montreal Canadiens

The greatest rivalry in the NHL sees Canada’s two largest cities pitted against each other. The Canadiens are ranked first in terms of Stanley Cup wins, whereas the Leafs are ranked second, signifying that this rivalry is a true clash of the titans. The best aspect about the rivalry? It has what it takes to stand the test of time. The Maple Leafs and the Habs first encountered each other in 1917, and they’ve been at each other’s throats ever since. We’re not complaining though, as the rivalry makes for some mighty good hockey!

Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Ottawa Senators

The rivalry between the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Ottawa Senators dates back to before the founding of the NHL, and has morphed into one of the most thrilling, electrifying match-ups in hockey history. Furthermore, the Leafs and the Sens are known for their vicious and frequent post-season meetings. Welcome to the Battle of Ontario!

The Statistics

While they may have hit a speed bump in recent years, the Toronto Maple Leafs are one of the most successful franchises in the NHL. Aside from boasting thirteen Stanley Cup wins (only their rivals the Montreal Canadiens have won more championships), they have also won five division championships. The Maple Leafs are the most valuable franchise in the NHL.

Helpful Hints

Now that you’ve got your affordable Toronto Maple Leafs tickets courtesy of QualityPlusTickets.com, why not make a night out of your trip to the Air Canada Centre? Here are some helpful tips to make sure you get the most from your Toronto Maple Leafs tickets!

Getting In

When planning your trip to the ACC, it’s important to know when the gates of the arena are open to the general public. Gate 1 opens 90 minutes before the puck drops, while Gate 2 opens at 5:00 p.m. Meanwhile, Gates 3, 4, and 5 open 60 minutes before the start of the game. However, for games taking place on a Saturday, all gates open 90 minutes prior to the beginning of the game.

Not many people are aware that all children under 2 years old do not require a ticket to enter the ACC. They can watch the game from the comfort of their guardian’s lap! However, we do suggest that you bring proof of your child’s age.

Where To Eat

Looking for a bite before the big game? There are plenty of restaurants located a short walk away from the Air Canada Centre. There are plenty of reputable restaurants located a stone’s throw away from the Air Canada Centre. Whether you’re looking for a pub-like atmosphere like Miller Tavern (31 Bay Street), or a sophisticated vibe at Harbour Sixty Steak House (60 Harbour Street), your taste buds will surely be ticked by the best that downtown Toronto has to offer. We also recommend places like Hero Certified Burgers (50 Bay Street), the Fox (35 Bay Street), and E11even (15 York Street). Finally, Real Sports Bar & Grill is a must, as it ranked as one of the best sports bars in the country. Looking for something even closer? Well, how about a restaurant that’s a short walk away from your seat? There are three delightful restaurants located within the confines of the ACC; the fine dining Platinum Club, the upscale Air Canada Club, and the Hot Stove steakhouse.

Parking Around The Air Canada Centre

Parking always presents a few difficulties when headed to the ACC, and it’s no surprise that the thousands of available parking spaces near the ACC fill up relatively quickly. Luckily, there are parking passes that are available for purchase. These passes significantly reduce the time and energy required to find a suitable parking space. Also, affordable city lots are scattered across downtown Toronto for your parking convenience. Finally, the ACC is connected to the Union Railway Station, as well as to a series of pedestrian tunnels which are themselves connected to public transit stations.