Toronto Maple Leafs

Record-Setting Maple Leafs Ready To Highlight 2022-23 NHL Season

In the heart of an elite era of Toronto Maple Leafs talent, the 2022-23 NHL season sees an exciting team steadfast on bringing a higher level of success to Leafs Nation.

Obtaining the NHL’s third-best win total, last season Toronto set a franchise record with 54 wins and 115 points. All-Star Auston Matthews produced a new franchise record 60 goals in 2021-22, on the way to a career-best 106 points. The All-Star centre’s efforts made him the third Maple Leaf in history to win the Hart Memorial Trophy and the first to receive the Ted Lindsay Award.

Joining Matthews as a First Team All-Star, Mitch Marner posted his second 94-plus point campaign, setting a career-high 97 points and 35 goals. The third member of the team to score 34 or more goals, William Nylander also comes off a banner year, hitting the 80-point mark for the first time.

Newly added to the mix, All-Rookie forward Michael Bunting emerged as a Calder Trophy finalist, with 63 points for his hometown Blue and White.

Complementing the firepower on the blue line, Morgan Rielly registered 68 points, dishing out a personal-best 58 assists.

Holding the top power-play across the NHL in 2021-22, Toronto recorded a 27.3% success rate. The squad also saw a 16-spot advancement in the penalty kill department, at 82.1%.

Talented and poised for a seventh straight playoff appearance, the Maple Leafs remain determined to go even further in satisfying Leafs Nation in 2022-23.