Toronto Maple Leafs Suites

Toronto Maple Leafs Suites

Scotiabank Arena

The Toronto Maple Leafs make their home at the Scotiabank Arena located on Bay Street in Downtown Toronto. This multi-purpose arena opened its doors to the public in 1999 and also serves the NBA’s Toronto Raptors in addition to the Toronto Rock Lacrosse team and Toronto Marlies AHL team.

Taking over for the historic Maple Leaf Gardens, the Scotiabank Arena sought to improve the experience of a sporting event through innovative technology and modern engineering. These advancements continue with improvements including a $15 million dollar renovation in 2015 which included a tremendous new scoreboard. Maple Leaf Square, a major hub including restaurants, retail shops, condominiums, and a hotel is connected to the Scotiabank Arena.

More than 60 luxury suites encircle the ice at the Scotiabank Arena. Each of these Maple Leafs luxury boxes offers a great view for any game. Amenities include premium catering options, VIP entrances and parking, HDTVs in the suites and concierge services.

Toronto fans show up in large numbers for Leafs games. The scarcity of suites in the marketplace makes LuxuryVIPSuites.com a major source in the industry. Our exclusive relationships with Scotiabank Arena suite owners allows us to bring these suites to our clients at great pricing. Contact us today at 610-828-7407 to begin the process of acquiring an amazing Maple Leafs luxury suite for the game of your choosing.

If you already own a suite for the Maple Leafs, feel free to contact DJ direct at dj@luxuryvipsuites.com to learn more about our marketing program and how we can help you recoup some of your annual ownership expenses by renting your suite out to us for a number of games during the long NHL season.

The Toronto Maple Leafs luxury suites are ideal for entertaining clients!

In Canada’s province of Ontario, hockey is a way of life. At the center of this lifestyle is the NHL’s Toronto Maple Leafs. Boasting a whopping 13 Stanley Cup Championships (second only to Montreal) the Leafs are an original six team with a tremendous following. Their last Cup, however, was won in 1967 and the long drought has the franchise desperate to bring another title to a new generation of fans.

Taking over the Maple Leafs moniker in 1927 (named by the famous Conn Smythe), Toronto already had won two Cups and saw its legacy improve with a third in 1932. The 1940s, though, were the true heyday for the Leafs. They would win five titles in that decade before tacking on another at the conclusion of the 1951 season. The 1960s proved to be nearly as prosperous for the club as the 1940s had been with four championship victories. However, when the Leafs hoisted the Stanley Cup in 1967, no one realized how long it would be before they would claim the title again. In fact, Toronto has waited 50 years and counting.

The team’s legendary play in the early years was headlined by amazing talent in players like Syl Apps, Ted Kennedy, Max Bentley, and Turk Broda. However, major contributions came from blue collar players in Don Metz, Frank McCool, and Babe Pratt. Defenseman Bill Barilko scored a goal in overtime of game five of the 1951 Stanley Cup Finals, clinching the championship for Toronto. He would disappear in a plane crash in the offseason and the Leafs would not win a Cup again until 1962, the same year that the wreckage was finally recovered.

The 1960s dynasty centered around players such as Johnny Bower, Frank Mahovlich, George Armstrong, Bob Nevin, and Dave Keon. Their championship runs were dominant and kept Toronto at the top of the list of premier teams in the NHL. A number of factors, including the 1967 expansion draft had an impact on the Maple Leafs roster and led to them missing the playoffs in 1968 and 1970.

For most of the last 50 years, the Toronto Maple Leafs qualified for the playoffs, but bowed out by the second round. They made the Conference Finals only five times and failed to advance beyond it in each instance. Despite having some talented players on the team over the years like Darryl Sittler, Wendel Clark, Doug Gilmour, Felix Potvin, and Mats Sundin, Toronto was never able to put all of the pieces of the puzzle together to culminate in a Stanley Cup title. Recent history has been especially harsh, with the Leafs only making the playoffs three time since 2004 and being eliminated in the first round each time.

NHL Hall of Famer Brendan Shanahan took over as President of the team in 2014 and brought former Detroit Red Wings coach Mike Babcock in to be the bench boss. His second year brought an 11 win improvement and a playoff appearance. His third year brought another nine more wins to the club, improving their record to 49-26-7 and sending them to the playoffs for the second straight year. Adding to the excitement was the play of Auston Matthews, the 2016 number one overall draft choice. Coming off a magnificent 40 goal rookie season, Matthews netted another 34 in an injury-shortened second year. He is ready to take on more responsibility and push this team along. Could the Captain’s “C” be added to his jersey in the near future? He has some great teammates in Mitchell Marner (another youngster who is lighting up the stats sheet), Kasperi Kapanen, Tyler Ennis, and Nazeem Kadri. Veteran Patrick Marleau serves as mentors to these hungry players.

Additionally, the big offseason acquisition of John Tavares from the New York Islanders excited the Toronto fan base. Heading north to play for his hometown Maple Leafs, Tavares inked a deal with Toronto for $77 million that will keep him in the Maple Leafs sweater for seven years. Picking up this major asset instantly changed the makeup of this team and makes them even more dangerous going forward.

The defense, led by Morgan Reilly and Jake Gardiner, play a tough game in front of goalie Frederick Anderson. His skills and solid consistency keep every game close for this young group.

Optimism is running high in Toronto as the Maple Leafs have moved beyond the rebuilding phase and now look like a team that is ready to compete for the NHL’s biggest prize. Continuing to grow and work out the kinks in their game, Toronto is poised to be a devastatingly tough opponent for years to come. This young team looks to emulate the great play of past stars including Mats Sundin, Tim Horton, Dave Keon, Darryl Sittler, Johnny Bower, Syl Appls, Wendel Clark, Frank Mahovlich, Borje Salming, and Curtis Joseph. Additional information pertaining to the Toronto Maple Leafs franchise can be obtained by clicking here.

If you own a Toronto Maple Leafs suite, we can market your luxury suite for the dates you choose not to use or give away to clients.

This is a great opportunity to offset all of the suite expenses you incur each year. You have thousands of dollars just sitting there – no Toronto Maple Leafs game should go unused.  Your tickets are often worth 2 to 3 times more than you are paying the venue.

So why not let us earn you extra revenue while helping out a corporate group who needs to entertain clients at a game or concert in the Toronto Maple Leafs suites?

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