For a century, Toronto hockey fans have given their hearts to the Maple Leafs. There has long been an
unbreakable bond between those who wear the blue and white and those who cheer them on. Share your
pride with these special stamps and collectibles.
Stamp Coil & Dispenser
For the 100th season, the storied Maple Leafs logo was redesigned with a classic look from half a century ago. This beautiful emblem adorns 50 Permanent™ domestic stamps and the puck-shaped dispenser that holds them.
Fabric Crest Stamp
You can actually feel the heritage in this stamp, thanks to the fabric crest fastened to it. This tactile $5 stamp recreates the sweater worn by captain Ted Kennedy during the 1949-50 NHL® season, the height of Toronto's first dynasty era.
Booklet of 10 Stamps
Look closely at these 100th anniversary stamps and you'll see history running through them. The 13 veins in the top part of the leaf mark the team's 13 Stanley Cup® wins, while a total of 17 veins commemorate the club's 1917 debut.
Royal Canadian Mint Coins
Celebrate a century of Maple Leafs hockey with these remarkable coins. Designs include the club's current logo and its special commemorative 100th anniversary logo. Don't miss your chance to hold a piece of Toronto sports history.
Their names are etched in Toronto hockey lore. Their numbers hang from the rafters. They are three of the very best to wear the blue and white.
'The China Wall' and his trademark
poke-check were the backbone of four Stanley Cup victories. The two-time Vezina Trophy winner and Hall of Famer holds a special place in the hearts of Leafs fans.
Many consider him the greatest defenceman to wear the blue and white. Renowned for his strength (and his namesake donut chain), the durable blueliner was part of four championship-winning teams in Toronto.
As leader of the beloved Leafs teams
of the 1970s, he set a record that still stands by tallying 10 points in a single game. In 1976 he thrilled fans across the nation by scoring the Canada Cup-winning goal.