Hockey Hall of Fame - Toronto Maple Leafs Centennial Exhibit
The limited-time Toronto Maple Leafs Centennial Exhibit
is an immersive tribute to 100 years of pride and passion.
The exhibit pays homage to those who have worn the blue and white as well as highlights some of the most iconic moments in franchise history. 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. This exhibit is truly must see for every Leafs fan. On now until March 6, 2017.
Ron Ellis, Johnny Bower and Brendan Shanahan officially unveil the limited-time time Toronto Maple Leafs Centennial exhibit.
The limited-time Toronto Maple Leafs Centennial Exhibit is an immersive tribute to 100 years of pride and passion.
Jersey worn by Doug Gilmour during the 1992-93 season. Gilmour would set Maple Leafs single-season records for assists (95) and points (127).
Artifacts on display span generations, from the gloves worn by Busher Jackson to the mask worn by Ed Belfour.
The Conn Smythe Trophy, presented annually to the NHL playoff MVP, is a tribute to the former coach, general manager and owner of the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Toronto's Bill Barilko used this puck to score his last NHL goal, and overtime Stanley Cup-winner on April 21, 1951.
Artifacts on display include the mask and skates worn by Johnny Bower during the 1960’s.
Long-time Maple Leafs captain George Armstrong wore this jersey throughout the 1966-67 season, leading the club to their fourth Stanley Cup title of the decade.
Prior to the 1961-62 All-Star Game, Toronto agreed to sell Frank Mahovlich to Chicago for $1 million. The Leafs later reneged on the deal and the cheque went un-cashed.
Johnny Bower and his daughter visit with his Honoured Member display. Part of the Toronto Maple Leafs Centennial exhibit at the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Through this journey of 100 years, 63 Players and 16 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.
Past HHOF VIP Event Highlights
Wendel Clark - Jan. 7th, 2017
Mike Gartner - Feb. 11th 2017
"Great day from beginning to end!
Wendel was entertaining
friendly and motivating. It was
a pleasure to be in his company
for the hour. Getting a picture
was an added bonus!
The historical Leafs exhibits
were awesome as well.
Couldn't have asked for a better day!" - Alicia Desapio
"Great time hearing Wendel Clark talk
about his life, both inside
and outside of hockey. I was able
to bring my father, and he
hasn't stopped talking about
how great it was to meet
a living legend like Wendel.
It was a great day in every aspect,
one I won't soon forget!" - John Vandermolen
"My dad and I watched
Hockey Night in Canada on Saturday
nights for all of my childhood.
He is now 80 and I am 51
... this was a gift I surprised him
with at Christmas.
We had a great time listening
to the "locker room stories" of the fun
Clark and Gilmour and other
Leafs of that era had together.
Wendel was candid, relaxed,
personable and engaging...
made it feel like he was sitting
in your living room.
A great day together with my dad
that we will reflect on for years to come." - Melinda M Worrad
"Very well done and would do this again
in a heartbeat. Mike Gartner was a class
act and my 8 year old son will not stop
talking about this event!" - Stewart Lowe
"I had a wonderful time! A very well organized,
and professional event. I'm very happy my
son had such a great experience." - Peter Whiteman
"The VIP series is an amazing chance
to hear great stories and personal
insights on Hall of Famers, and to ask
them questions in a very up close environment.
I'm glad they kept the numbers small as
to add to the quiet personal experience,
my 2 young boys loved it!!" - Isabel Reis
"Meeting Mr. Clark was an
As a medic in the Canadian Forces (retired)
it was great to meet one of my heroes
and thank him personally
for the entertainment
that kept us sane while overseas
and away from home." - Stewart Lowe
The Hockey Hall of Fame is providing you the opportunity to purchase their street banners commemorating the Toronto Maple Leafs Centennial Exhibit. A unique collectible, each banner measures 2ft 3" W x 5ft 9" H.
Only 90 banners are available.
COST: $100 (plus HST) + shipping & handling.
Each banner includes a certificate of authenticity and two (2) Hockey Hall of Fame tickets valid until December 31, 2017. *Note, the limited-time Toronto Maple Leafs Centennial Exhibit is on until March 6, 2017.
BUY NOW: To order, call 416-548-9681
A limited number of street banners are available. A maximum of 8 banners per person. Shipping & handling fees are $25 for Ontario addresses. Option to pick up order at the Hockey Hall of Fame is available. Banner colour subject to availability. Purchases are non-refundable. All banners were pre-used during an outdoor street banner campaign. Although banners have been cleaned, slight residue and wear may appear - much like game-used jerseys.