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St. John's Maple Leafs
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City: St. John's
League: American Hockey League
Operated: 1991 to 2005
Home Arena: Mile One Stadium
Colours: Blue and White
Affiliates: Toronto Maple Leafs (NHL)
Franchise history
1982 to 1986: St. Catharines Saints
1986 to 1991: Newmarket Saints
1991 to 2005: St. John's Maple Leafs
2005 to present: Toronto Marlies
Championships
Regular Season Titles: 1
1993–94
Division Championships: 3
1992–93, 1993–94, 1996–97
Conference Championships: 1
1991–92
Calder Cups: 0
None

The St. John's Maple Leafs were an ice hockey team in the American Hockey League. They played in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada at Memorial Stadium from 1991–2001, and at Mile One Stadium from 2001–2005.

HistoryEdit

The AHL had a strong presence in Atlantic Canada in the 1980s and 1990s, largely due to the desire of several National Hockey League Canadian franchises to continue to pay players sent down to the minors in Canadian dollars, but by 2004 St. John's was the only remaining team in the region. Several factors contributed to the team's dissolution including waning popularity, poor attendance and the desire of the parent Toronto Maple Leafs to reduce travel costs and have a tenant for its Ricoh Coliseum resulted in the team's relocation to Toronto for the 2005–06 season.

Area historyEdit

The franchise became known as:

The franchise was replaced by:

Season-by-season resultsEdit

Regular seasonEdit

Season Games WonLostTiedOTLSOLPoints Goals
for
Goals
against
Standing
1991–92 80392912 903252852nd, Atlantic
1992–93 80412613 953513081st, Atlantic
1993–94 804523121023602871st, Atlantic
1994–95 80333710 762632632nd, Atlantic
1995–96 80313114 4 802482743rd, Atlantic
1996–97 80362810 6 882652641st, Canadian
1997–98 80253218 5 732332544th, Atlantic
1998–99 803435 7 4 792462702nd, Atlantic
1999–00 802345 8 4 582022775th, Atlantic
2000–01 803535 8 2 802472443rd, Canadian
2001–02 80342717 2 872562403rd, Canadian
2002–03 803240 6 2 722362853rd, Canadian
2003–04 803236 8 4 762252657th, North
2004–05 804628 5 1 982442322nd, North

PlayoffsEdit

SeasonPrelim1st round2nd round3rd roundFinals
1991–92 W, 4–1, CB W, 4–0, MONC byeL, 3–4, ADIR
1992–93 W, 4–1, MONC L, 0–4, CB
1993–94 W, 4–1, CB L, 2–4, MONC
1994–95 L, 1–4, FRED
1995–96 L, 1–3, SJNB
1996–97 W, 3–1, BING L, 3–4, HAM
1997–98 L, 1–3, SJNB
1998–99 L, 2–4, FRED
1999–00 Out of Playoffs
2000–01 L, 1–3, QUE
2001–02 W, 2–0,PROV W, 3–2, LOW L, 0–4, BRI
2002–03 Out of Playoffs
2003–04 Out of Playoffs
2004–05 L, 1–4, MTB

Team recordsEdit

Single gameEdit

SeasonEdit

CareerEdit

  • Games: 508 (Nathan Dempsey, 1994–2002)
  • Goals: 132 (Yanic Perreault, 1991–1994)
  • Assists: 196 (Dempsey, 1994–2002)
  • Points: 276 (Perreault, 1991–1994)
  • Penalty minutes: 1215 (Thornton, 1998–2001)
  • Goaltending wins: 80 (Marcel Cousineau, 1993–1998)
  • Shutouts: 7 (Waite, 1999–2001)
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