Toronto Maple Leafs Centennial Exhibit at Hockey Hall of Fame
This exhibit is truly a must see for every Leafs fan.
The Hockey Hall of Fame, a 65,000 square feet museum dedicated to the sport of Hockey has something for everyone: simulation games, theatres, the greatest collection of hockey artifacts anywhere in the world, as well as hands-on access to the Stanley Cup. And now, it has a new exhibit that is paying homage to those who have worn the blue and white. It's featuring highlights of some of the most iconic moments in franchise history.
The limited-time Toronto Maple Leafs Centennial Exhibit is an immersive tribute to 100 years of pride and passion. Artifacts on display include Bill Barilko's Stanley Cup-winning OT puck, the stick used by Tim Horton during game seven of the 1964 Stanley Cup final, Mats Sundin's jersey from the final game at Maple Leaf Gardens, plus many more unique treasures, like those seen below, spanning from Conn Smythe to Morgan Rielly.
Through this journey of 100 years, 62 Players and 15 Builders have been inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame; more than any other team. Names like Bower, Sittler, Gilmour, Sundin and so many more have inspired generations of Maple Leafs fans.
Stay tuned to HHOF.com for news on upcoming special events and offers commemorating the Toronto Maple Leafs Centennial season.
This exhibit is truly a must see for every Leafs fan. It is currently open until March 6, 2017.