1. In 1947, the "Toronto Maple Leafs" lettering was in red for a short time.
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5. On July 1, 2015, the Toronto Maple Leafs packaged Kessel in a multi-player deal to the Pittsburgh Penguins in return for three skaters, including Kasperi Kapanen, a conditional first round pick, and a third round pick.
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8. On January 31, 2010, the Toronto Maple Leafs made another high-profile trade, this time with the Calgary Flames in a seven-player deal that brought defenceman Dion Phaneuf to Toronto.
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10. The Toronto Maple Leafs went on to enjoy a very successful regular season, leading the NHL at the time of the All-Star Game.
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12. On February 13, 1999, the Toronto Maple Leafs played their final game at the Gardens before moving to their new home at the then-Air Canada Centre.
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14. Under the new ownership, Toronto Maple Leafs won another three straight Stanley Cups.
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