Hailing from Toronto, the Maple Leafs are one of the most oldest NHL teams in the league. Originally called the St. Patrick's the Leafs have evolved with Toronto. Their fan base is enormous, and loyal. Their chief rivals, the Montreal Canadiens, create a rilvary that has existed for over 80 years. Calling the "6" home, the Toronto Maple Leafs have had a rocky time in recent years even though it remains one of the most famous and followed teams in the National Hockey League and among online bettors.

Toronto Maple Leafs Odds Today

The widget below shows the Toronto Maple Leafs' next game. Included are the betting lines and odds for the game. This is a great tool for betters to make informed decisions. 

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Toronto Maple Leafs Schedule

Here is the Toronto Maple Leafs' calendar. This shows their past games, scores, and the odds associated with that game as well as future games. This widget provides context and useful data for betters because it shows the team’s results over time.

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Toronto Maple Leafs Standings

Bellow are the Toronto current standings. This chart shows the team's performance compared to all the teams in the league and shows the Leafs' performance in the conference and division. 

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In the 2015-2016 season they finished 31st in the league, last, last in the Eastern Conference, and Last in the Atlantic Division. The have won the Stanley Cup 13 times, the most recent time being 1967. Their 49 year no-cup streak is the longest in the NHL. In the past 5 years they have qualified for the playoffs once, in the 2013-2014 season.

The key strengths of the Toronto Maple Leafs are their versatile defensemen and their personable players in each position. The weaknesses of the Leafs are that they don’t have a strong continuation of top tier players in goal and forward. In the 2015-2016 season, the Toronto Maple Leafs had a -48 goal difference. They had 198 goals for and 246 goals against. Some of the Leafs' key players are center Nazem Kadri, left wing James Van Riemsdyk and center Tyler Boazak.

Finishing last in every category in the 2015-2016 season, the Leafs have only one place to go; up. Every franchise has its ups and downs. The question only stands; when will the Leafs be on the up and up?