Toronto Maple Leafs

A new age of excitement throughout Leafs Nation has aligned with the roster’s upward trajectory, as 2017-18 season saw the Maple Leafs set a franchise-record with 105-points.

Under the guidance of Head Coach Mike Babcock – one of six active coaches across the NHL to record over 600 wins – a young nucleus built on speed and skill have now made back-to-back postseason appearances for the first time since 2003-2004.

Last year saw All-Star Auston Matthews hit the 34-goal mark for a second straight time. Meanwhile, Markham, Ontario native Mitch Marner led all Leafs with a career-high 69 points (which included an impressive 11-game point streak). William Nylander rounds out a trio of the team’s top scorers (aged 21 and under) to surpass the 60-point mark for a second consecutive season.

A 20-year veteran, Patrick Marleau proved to be an astute acquisition, once again tallying 27 goals. The 38-year-old also played an entire slate for the ninth straight year, becoming the 18th player in NHL history to play in over 1,500 games.

Setting a franchise record for wins in a season (38), goaltender Frederik Andersen posted a league leading 2,029 saves and ranked among the NHL’s top-3 in starts (66), wins (38) and shutouts (5).

Already stocked with 13 Stanley Cups throughout Toronto’s rich hockey history, president Brendan Shanahan continues his vision of a bright future for the Maple Leafs, along with newly-minted GM Kyle Dubas.