Preseason Toronto Tickets
Mirroring the 2008 club, Toronto Maple Leafs will be entering the 2015 season with decent senior players, few rookies and no superstar. The club made some considerable changes at all levels, hiring new manager, new coaching staff, took fewer risks in free agency and traded their star player. The Leafs have shown improvement under the head coach Mike Babcock and its being said that if they play each game as it comes and not worry about making the playoffs, they can do even better this year. The management and the fans have to be patient as the short term success will be fleeting but the future looks quite bright for the Maple Leafs. Their NHL preseason schedule will pit them against Ottawa Senators and they will take on each other in six games at the Air Canada Centre. Preseason Toronto tickets are selling out fast.
Toronto Maple Leafs – 2015 NHL Preseason Outlook
The Maple Leafs are building a team that can rise as legitimate contenders in the future. The fans are ready to support the side and rushing for Preseason Toronto tickets so that can catch the action live. Here’s what you need to know about the 2015 lineup.
- The rookie camp includes some exciting players such as Mitch Marner,William Nylander, Connor Brown, Frederik Gauthier, Kasperi Kapanen, Rinat Valiev and Nikita Soshnikov.
- The defense boasts of a talented mix featuring veterans Roman Polak, Dion Phaneuf and Matt Hunwick, as well as the youngsters Jake Gardiner and Morgan Rielly.
- Nazem Kadri is the player to watch out for and now that he has been given some solid support system, big things can be expected from him.
- The Leafs made some key acquisitions this season and will be expecting good play from P.A. Parenteau, Nick Spaling, Shawn Matthias, Scott Harrington, Matt Hunwick, Daniel Winnik, Martin Marincin, Kasperi Kapanen and Mark Arcobello.
- Toronto Maple Leafs lead the head to head games stats against Ottawa Senators and fans are expecting a thrilling and exciting series. It’s time for both the fresh and old talent to step up and put up a solid fight in the rink.