Toronto Maple Leafs Odds

The Toronto Maple Leafs are among the NHL’s most valuable, most iconic, and most successful teams—even though they haven’t won a Stanley Cup since 1967.

Most Canadians have watched the Leafs play their entire lives.  They turned Darryl Sittler, Wendel Clark, Doug Gilmour and Mats Sundin into Leaf legends, whether they won or not. And, they’ve endured through the heartbreak of the longest current drought between championships in the NHL — over 52 years.

With single-game betting Leaf fans can now bet on their team like never before. Here’s a complete look at Leafs betting, including tonight’s Leafs odds plus a few NHL betting secrets.

Tonight’s Leafs Odds: Moneyline, Stanley Cup, Props

Check the feed below for tonight’s Leafs odds including moneyline, puck line and totals. You can also find the current Leafs Stanley Cup odds and game props for star Auston Matthews.

Tonight’s Leafs Moneyline

See tonight’s best Leafs moneyline odds from legal Canadian online sportsbooks. If you see a line you like, click the odds to go right to the sportsbook.

Leafs Stanley Cup Odds

Leafs fans have waited a long time for a shot at the Stanley Cup. Check the current odds for a Leafs Cup run at Canadian online sportsbooks below.

Auston Matthews Odds

Auston Matthews is a threat to win the NHL MVP (Hart Trophy) award every year. Check his current Hart Trophy odds (or prop odds for tonight’s game) below.

How to bet on Leafs games

Whether you’re a huge Leafs fan or just a casual hockey observer jumping on the bandwagon, betting on the Leafs is simple. Basic hockey bets include:

  • Moneyline: Just pick game winners and book your bet at the currently posted moneyline odds. Favorites have negative (-) odds telling you how much you need to bet to win $100 and your bet back. Underdogs have positive (+) odds telling you how much you stand to earn, plus your bet back, for every $100 you bet.
  • Puck line: NHL spread betting. Just pick a betting winner with the posted puck line factored into the final score. Odds vary. Standard puck lines are usually 1.5 goals, but alternatives at different odds are available.
  • Total: Bet on whether the total combined score by both teams will be over or under a line set by oddsmakers.
  • Props: Bet on individual players or teams to achieve certain stat lines in a single game.
  • Parlays: Combine two or more bets into one. Greater potential payout than individual bets, but every bet must win.
  • Team futures: Bet on a team to win more or less than a certain number of games, its division, a Stanley Cup semifinal, or win the Stanley Cup outright. Markets open year round, but odds adjusted throughout.
  • Player futures: Bet on Auston Matthews or Mitch Marner to win the Hart or win the Art Ross or bet on players to match certain seasonal targets (goals, assists, etc)
  • Live betting: Wager on an ongoing Leafs game at betting odds that change with the action on the ice.

#1 Leafs betting tip

If you’re going to bet on the Leafs or any NHL action, you must understand that the NHL is a relatively low-scoring league. The average game has a total of five goals or less and is decided by just one goal. That means there’s not much separating most teams on most nights. In other words, parity is very real in the NHL.

Hockey game odds should reflect that. When they don’t, you should avoid betting on big favourites. The amount you’ll have to risk is hardly worth the small reward. Plus, it’s a league where there’s parity and any team can win on any night.

Totals lines should also be relatively low. When they’re not, you can confidently bet the under. After all, the NHL is a league where high-scoring games are few and far between.

The low-scoring nature of the NHL is so impactful on betting in so many ways, it has to be considered among the top NHL betting secrets.

Leafs Vegas odds vs. online odds

Leafs game lines will generally open up the same everywhere, from traditional sportsbooks in Las Vegas to provincially licensed and privately run online and mobile sportsbooks in Canada. However, Leafs betting lines may be quite different by game time. That’s because lines move independently, from sportsbook to sportsbook, based on betting patterns.

In other words, a line might change if more money is bet on one side or the other, but it will only change at the sportsbook where that money is bet, not everywhere. Because local interest often drives betting, there’s a greater chance a Leafs line will be moved at a provincially licensed and privately run online sportsbooks in Canada than traditional sportsbooks in Las Vegas.

That’s why, the Vegas Odds on any Toronto Maple Leafs game may start the same as the Leafs line at a provincially licensed and privately run online sportsbook in Canada, but end up different by the time the puck drops.

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Leafs top prospects

Here’s a look at the past four first-round draft picks by the Toronto Maple Leafs:

  • 2020 15th overall Rodion Amirov fron Ufa Salavat Yulayev (KHL)
  • 2018 29th overall Rasmus Sandin from Soo Greyhounds (OHL) has played 29 games with one goal and 8 assists
  • 2017 17th overall Timothy Liljegren from Rogle BK Angelholm (SweHL) has played 11 games with no goals and one assist
  • 2016 1st overall Auston Matthews from Zurich SC (Swiss-A) has played 306 games with 178 goals and 140 assists

Leafs franchise leaders

Here’s a look at some of the Toronto Maple Leafs career leaders in key stats:

  • Games played: George Armstrong: 1,188
  • Goals: Mats Sundin 420
  • Assists: Borje Salming: 620
  • Points: Mats Sundin 987
  • Penalty minutes: Tie Domi 2,265
  • Plus/Minus: Tim Horton +151
  • Hat Tricks: Darryl Sittler 18
  • Save percentage: Jacques Plante .925
  • Goals against average: Al Rollins 2.04
  • Saves: Johnny Bower 13,468

Leafs coaching staff

Here’s a look at the Toronto Maple Leafs’ coaching staff:

  • Head coach: Sheldon Keefe
  • Assistant coach: Spencer Carbery
  • Assistant coach: Dean Chynoweth
  • Assistant coach: Paul MacLean
  • Assistant coach: Manny Malhotra
  • Goaltending coach: Steve Briere
  • Video coordinator and statistical analyst: Jordan Bean
  • Video and coaching coordinator: Sam Kim

Past Leafs coaches

Here’s a look at the past ten Toronto Maple Leafs head coaches and their records:

NameTenureRegular Season RecordPlayoffs Record
Sheldon KeefePresent62-29-125-7
Mike Babcock2016-2020173-133-458-12
Peter Horachek20159-28No Playoffs
Randy Carlyle2012-201591-78-193-4
Ron Wilson2009-2012130-135-45No Playoffs
Paul Maurice2007-200876-66-22No Playoffs
Pat Quinn1999-2006300-196-5241-39
Mike Murphy1997-199860-87-17No Playoffs
Nick Beverley19969-6-22-4
Pat Burns1993-1996133-107-4123-23

Toronto Maple Leafs home games

  • Home Arena: Scotiabank Arena (Formerly Air Canada Centre from 1999 to 2018)
  • Address: 40 Bay Street
  • Location: Toronto, Ontario
  • Owner: Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment
  • Hockey Capacity: 18,800 (20,270 with standing room)
  • Ground Breaking: Mar 12, 1997
  • Opened: February 19, 1999
  • Construction Cost: $265 million
  • Other Tenants: Toronto Raptors (NBA), Toronto Rock (NLL) (2001–present), Toronto Marlies (AHL), Raptors 905 (NBA G League)
  • Previous Home: Maple Leaf Gardens (1931-1999)

Leafs broadcasts

Toronto Maple Leafs TV broadcasts air on either Sportsnet, Sportsnet Ontario, TSN, or sometimes nationally on the combination of CBC and OMNI or CBC, Citytv, and OMNI.

TSN’s coverage of Leafs games features Chris Cuthbert and Gord Miller on play-by-play with game analyst Ray Ferraro. Sportsnet’s coverage of Leafs games features John Bartlett on play-by-play with colour provided by Greg Millen.

You can also listen to most Toronto Maple Leafs games on the radio at Sportsnet 590 with Joe Bowen and Jim Ralph.

Where to stream Leafs games online

You can stream Leafs games online with a subscription via NHL.com and NHL.TV. Although normal blackouts and restrictions apply. There are NHL.TV All Access or Single Team packages available.

Leafs logo/mascot

Since 1927, the Toronto Maple Leafs logo has featured a blue maple leaf with white Toronto Maple Leafs lettering inside. The leaf itself began featuring a natural look with crosshairs in 1938 but was given a modern makeover to remove the crosshairs in 1967. The modern straight-angle leaf stuck through 2016 when the 1938 look of the leaf returned.

Carlton the Bear, an anthropomorphic polar bear named for Carlton Street where the Leafs used to play, has been the Leafs mascot since 1995. He’s even on Twitter @CarltonTheBear.

Toronto Maple Leafs franchise by the numbers

  • Franchise value: $1.5 billion
  • Owners: Bell Canada, Larry Tanenbaum, Rogers Communications
  • Building naming rights: Air Canada Centre renamed Scotiabank Arena in 2017 after $800 million, 20-year naming rights deal
  • Stanley Cup wins: 13
  • Leafs numbers retired: The Leafs have retired 19 numbers, Ace Bailey’s #6 in 1934 and Bill Barilko’s #5 in 1951, then 17 other players numbers in 2016
  • Sellout streak: In March 2015, the Toronto Maple Leafs’ 13-year home-game sellout streak ended when a crowd of 18,366 saw them play against the Minnesota Wild at Air Canada Centre. That marked the lowest turnout in the Leafs’ 16-year history at the ACC and first non-sellout since 2002.
  • Most consecutive 30 goal seasons: Mike Gartner shares the NHL record with 15 consecutive 30 goal seasons. The last season in his streak saw him play 10 games for the Leafs. He did not score 30 goals in his next season with the Leafs, but scored 35 in 1995-96, his last with Toronto. Darryl Sittler had 10 consecutive 30 goal seasons from 1973-74 to 1982-83. The first eight and half were with the Leafs giving him the Leaf’s record.

10 more interesting Leafs numbers

  • 2021 Highest paid Leaf player: Auston Matthews $13 million (Five-year, $58.17 million extension signed in 2018)
  • Richest Leaf player contract: Mitch Marner signed a six-year, $65.3 million extension in 2019
  • Career Playoff points leader: Doug Gilmour 77
  • Career Playoff goals leader: Wendel Clark 34
  • Career Playoff assists leader: Doug Gilmour 60
  • Percentage of Leafs players from Canada in history: 48.3%
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