Toronto Maple Leafs Betting Lines

The Toronto Maple Leafs are considered the “biggest” franchise in the entire NHL as they play in the most populous city in the most hockey-mad country. Since the first NHL expansion in the late 1960′s it’s common knowledge that when the Leafs are doing well, the entire league is finacially doing well too. Yet, the Leafs haven’t been able to win the Stanley Cup since that same expansion took place, and some miserable years by this franchise really have hurt the league as a whole. [+]

As an NHL bettor there are two important takeaways from this knowledge: The first is that Toronto Maple Leafs betting lines can be a touch inflated given the team’s enormous popularity regardless of their results. Second, if the Leafs bring an influx of money to the rest of the league when they are doing well, there is no reason they can’t do the same for you and your betting account.

Toronto Maple Leafs Betting Lines Today

Toronto Maple Leafs betting lines today can be easily found at all sportsbooks. As the NHL’s most popular team, sportsbooks have to offer plenty of betting options on all Leafs games. You can find the odds for Toronto’s next game below.

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Saturday 25 September
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Toronto Maple Leafs

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Toronto Maple Leafs Schedule And Games Result

Going through the Toronto Maple Leafs schedule and results is a good place to start your handicapping. Check to see Toronto’s upcoming schedule below and look for prime spots to play on or against the Leafs.

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January 2021 (10)
Wed 13 Reg. MD1 Habs 4 - 5 Leafs +135 -145
Fri 15 Reg. MD1 Leafs 3 - 5 Ottawa Senators -200 +180
Sat 16 Reg. MD1 Leafs 3 - 2 Ottawa Senators -200 +185
Mon 18 Reg. MD2 Winnipeg Jets 1 - 3 Leafs +170 -169
Wed 20 Reg. MD2 Edmonton Oilers 3 - 1 Leafs +135 -149
Fri 22 Reg. MD2 Edmonton Oilers 2 - 4 Leafs +135 -141
Sun 24 Reg. MD2 Leafs 3 - 2 Calgary Flames -118 +105
Tue 26 Reg. MD3 Leafs 4 - 3 Calgary Flames -110 +100
Thu 28 Reg. MD3 Leafs 4 - 3 Edmonton Oilers -130 +115
Sat 30 Reg. MD3 Leafs 3 - 4 Edmonton Oilers -125 +110
February 2021 (12)
Thu 4 Reg. MD4 Canucks 3 - 7 Leafs +145 -161
Sat 6 Reg. MD4 Canucks 1 - 5 Leafs +165 -169
Mon 8 Reg. MD5 Canucks 1 - 3 Leafs +175 -200
Wed 10 Reg. MD5 Leafs 4 - 2 Habs -105 -108
Sat 13 Reg. MD5 Habs 2 - 1 Leafs +120 -135
Mon 15 Reg. MD6 Ottawa Senators 6 - 5 Leafs +260 -303
Wed 17 Reg. MD6 Ottawa Senators 1 - 2 Leafs +280 -313
Thu 18 Reg. MD6 Ottawa Senators 3 - 7 Leafs +245 -286
Sat 20 Reg. MD6 Leafs 5 - 3 Habs -114 +100
Mon 22 Reg. MD7 Calgary Flames 3 - 0 Leafs +130 -145
Wed 24 Reg. MD7 Calgary Flames 1 - 2 Leafs +125 -141
Sat 27 Reg. MD7 Leafs 4 - 0 Edmonton Oilers -103 -105
March 2021 (14)
Mon 1 Reg. MD8 Leafs 3 - 0 Edmonton Oilers +100 -105
Wed 3 Reg. MD8 Leafs 6 - 1 Edmonton Oilers -125 +110
Thu 4 Reg. MD8 Leafs 1 - 3 Canucks -161 +150
Sat 6 Reg. MD8 Leafs 2 - 4 Canucks -182 +170
Tue 9 Reg. MD9 Winnipeg Jets 4 - 3 Leafs +165 -185
Thu 11 Reg. MD9 Winnipeg Jets 3 - 4 Leafs +170 -179
Sat 13 Reg. MD9 Winnipeg Jets 5 - 2 Leafs +185 -200
Sun 14 Reg. MD9 Leafs 3 - 4 Ottawa Senators -250 +220
Fri 19 Reg. MD10 Calgary Flames 4 - 3 Leafs +130 -145
Sat 20 Reg. MD10 Calgary Flames 0 - 2 Leafs +155 -169
Thu 25 Reg. MD11 Leafs 3 - 2 Ottawa Senators -303 +250
Sat 27 Reg. MD11 Edmonton Oilers 3 - 4 Leafs +135 -149
Mon 29 Reg. MD12 Edmonton Oilers 3 - 2 Leafs +125 -135
Wed 31 Reg. MD12 Leafs 3 - 1 Winnipeg Jets -141 +125
April 2021 (14)
Fri 2 Reg. MD12 Leafs 1 - 1 Winnipeg Jets -147 +135
Sun 4 Reg. MD12 Leafs 4 - 2 Calgary Flames -149 +140
Mon 5 Reg. MD13 Leafs 5 - 3 Calgary Flames -175 +155
Wed 7 Reg. MD13 Habs 2 - 3 Leafs +130 -149
Sat 10 Reg. MD13 Ottawa Senators 5 - 6 Leafs +280 -323
Mon 12 Reg. MD14 Leafs 2 - 4 Habs -156 +140
Tue 13 Reg. MD14 Calgary Flames 3 - 2 Leafs +140 -152
Thu 15 Reg. MD14 Winnipeg Jets 5 - 2 Leafs +130 -145
Sun 18 Reg. MD14 Leafs 2 - 3 Canucks -370 +320
Tue 20 Reg. MD15 Leafs 3 - 6 Canucks -313 +255
Thu 22 Reg. MD15 Leafs 5 - 3 Winnipeg Jets -132 +115
Sat 24 Reg. MD15 Leafs 4 - 1 Winnipeg Jets -125 +110
Wed 28 Reg. MD16 Leafs 4 - 1 Habs -135 +140
Thu 29 Reg. MD16 Canucks 1 - 4 Leafs +255 -294
May 2021 (13)
Sat 1 Reg. MD16 Canucks 1 - 5 Leafs +260 -313
Mon 3 Reg. MD17 Leafs 2 - 3 Habs -167 +150
Thu 6 Reg. MD17 Habs 2 - 5 Leafs +205 -233
Sat 8 Reg. MD17 Habs 2 - 3 Leafs +185 -213
Wed 12 Reg. MD18 Leafs 3 - 4 Ottawa Senators -182 +165
Fri 14 Reg. MD18 Leafs 2 - 4 Winnipeg Jets -156 +140
Thu 20 Poff MD2 Habs 2 - 1 Leafs +180 -200
Sat 22 Poff MD2 Habs 1 - 5 Leafs +175 -200
Mon 24 Poff MD3 Leafs 2 - 1 Habs -172 +170
Tue 25 Poff MD3 Leafs 4 - 0 Habs -175 +160
Thu 27 Poff MD3 Habs 4 - 3 Leafs +210 -238
Sat 29 Poff MD3 Leafs 2 - 3 Habs -204 +180
Mon 31 Poff MD4 Habs 3 - 1 Leafs
September 2021 (3)
Sat 25 Habs 19:00 Leafs
Mon 27 Leafs 19:00 Habs
Wed 29 Leafs 19:00 Ottawa Senators
October 2021 (3)
Mon 4 Leafs 19:00 Ottawa Senators
Tue 5 Habs 19:00 Leafs
Sat 9 Ottawa Senators 19:00 Leafs

Toronto Maple Leafs Standings Conference

The Toronto Maple Leafs have plenty of rivals and competition in the Eastern Conference standings, so it’s important to know exactly where they sit in those standings as the year goes on. You can view this year’s standings below.

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1 Colorado Avalanche Colorado Avalanche 82 56 35 13 197 133
2 Vegas Golden Knights Vegas Golden Knights 82 56 30 14 191 124
3 Carolina Hurricanes Carolina Hurricanes 80 56 27 12 179 136
4 Florida Panthers Florida Panthers 79 56 26 14 189 153
5 Pittsburgh Penguins Pittsburgh Penguins 77 56 29 16 196 156
6 Toronto Maple Leafs Toronto Maple Leafs 77 56 29 14 187 148
7 Washington Capitals Washington Capitals 77 56 29 15 191 163
8 Tampa Bay Lightning Tampa Bay Lightning 75 56 29 17 181 147
9 Minnesota Wild Minnesota Wild 75 56 27 16 181 160
10 Boston Bruins Boston Bruins 73 56 25 16 168 136
11 Edmonton Oilers Edmonton Oilers 72 56 31 19 183 154
12 New York Islanders New York Islanders 71 56 24 17 156 128
13 Nashville Predators Nashville Predators 64 56 21 23 156 154
14 Winnipeg Jets Winnipeg Jets 63 56 24 23 170 154
15 St. Louis Blues St. Louis Blues 63 56 19 20 169 170
16 New York  Rangers New York Rangers 60 56 24 23 177 157
17 Dallas Stars Dallas Stars 60 56 17 19 158 154
18 Montreal Canadiens Montreal Canadiens 59 56 20 21 159 168
19 Philadelphia Flyers Philadelphia Flyers 58 56 17 23 163 201
20 Calgary Flames Calgary Flames 55 56 22 27 156 161
21 Chicago Blackhawks Chicago Blackhawks 55 56 15 25 161 186
22 Arizona Coyotes Arizona Coyotes 54 56 19 26 153 176
23 Ottawa Senators Ottawa Senators 51 56 18 28 157 190
24 Vancouver Canucks Vancouver Canucks 50 56 17 29 151 188
25 Los Angeles Kings Los Angeles Kings 49 56 19 28 143 170
26 San Jose Sharks San Jose Sharks 49 56 15 28 151 199
27 Detroit Red Wings Detroit Red Wings 48 56 16 27 127 171
28 Columbus Blue Jackets Columbus Blue Jackets 48 56 12 26 137 187
29 New Jersey Devils New Jersey Devils 45 56 15 30 145 194
30 Anaheim Ducks Anaheim Ducks 43 56 11 30 126 179
31 Buffalo Sabres Buffalo Sabres 37 56 11 34 138 199

Betting On The Toronto Maple Leafs

As an Original Six franchise, Toronto has seen many Hall-of-Fame players dawn the Maple Leaf jersey. But a good 75% of today’s fan base – all those under 50 years of age – have not experienced what it feels like to see their team win the Stanley Cup.

Being the league’s most popular team and counted on by the league to be successful on a yearly basis, the pressure of playing in the league’s biggest and most scrutinized market has eaten away at countless Toronto Maple Leafs players since 1967.

After some very successful years in the early 90′s and early 2000′s, the Leafs have been in a perpetual state of flux since then. Some years they’ve tried to bring in high-priced free agent talent to achieve success, and other years have them looking to get younger and rebuild.

The latter is where this organization is at the moment, bringing in proven winners from other organizations like GM Shanahan and coach Babcock in 2015 to turn this thing around. It’s only a matter of time before this proud organization becomes a major player in the Stanley Cup chase again and your betting bankroll can’t afford to be left behind when that happens.