Toronto Maple Leafs Schedule

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Last updated: 2022-04-30 04:50:57

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DateHome TeamPuck Drop (EST)TV Network/Result
May 2Toronto7:30 p.m.5-0 Win
May 4Toronto7:30 p.m.5-3 Loss
May 6Tampa Bay7:30 p.m.5-2 Win
May 8Tampa Bay7:00 p.m7-3 Loss
May 10Toronto7:30 p.m.4-3 Win
May 12Tampa Bay7:30 p.m.4-3 Loss (OT)
May 14Toronto7:00 p.m.2-1 Loss

Returning to the Atlantic Division for a regularly scheduled 82-game season, the Toronto Maple Leafs’ 2021-22 schedule can be found below, including TV broadcast information in the far right column.

Toronto Maple Leafs 2021-2022 TV Schedule

DATEOPPONENTTIME (EST)TV Network/Result

October

Oct 13Montreal7:00 p.m.2-1 Win
Oct 14@ Ottawa7:00 p.m.3-2 Loss
Oct 16Ottawa7:00 p.m.3-1 Win
Oct 18N.Y. Rangers7:00 p.m.2-1 Loss (OT)
Oct 22San Jose6:00 p.m.5-3 Loss
Oct 23@ Pittsburgh7:00 p.m.7-1 Loss
Oct 25@ Carolina7:00 p.m.4-1 Loss
Oct 27@ Chicago7:30 p.m.3-2 Win (OT)
Oct 30Detroit7:00 p.m.5-4 Win

November

Nov 2Vegas7:00 p.m.4-0 Win
Nov 4Tampa Bay7:00 p.m.2-1 Win (OT)
Nov 6Boston7:00 p.m.5-2 Win
Nov 8Los Angeles7:30 p.m.5-1 Loss
Nov 10@ Philadelphia7:30 p.m.3-0 Win
Nov 12Calgary7:00 p.m.2-1 Win (OT)
Nov 13@ Buffalo7:00 p.m.5-4 Win
Nov 16Nashville7:00 p.m.3-0 Win
Nov 18N.Y. Rangers7:00 p.m.2-1 Win
Nov 20Pittsburgh7:00 p.m.2-0 Loss
Nov 21@ N.Y. Islanders7:30 p.m.3-0 Win
Nov 24@ Los Angeles10:00 p.m.6-2 Win
Nov 26@ San Jose10:30 p.m.4-1 Win
Nov 28@ Anaheim8 p.m.5-1 Win

December

Dec 1Colorado7:30 p.m.8-3 Win
Dec 4@ Minnesota7:00 p.m.4-3 Loss (SO)
Dec 5@ Winnipeg8:00 p.m.6-3 Loss
Dec 7Columbus7:00 p.m.5-4 Win
Dec 9Tampa Bay7:00 p.m.5-3 Loss
Dec 11Chicago7:00 p.m.5-4 Win
Dec 14@ Edmonton9:00 p.m.5-1 Win
Dec 16@ CalgaryPOSTPONEDPOSTPONED
Dec 18@ VancouverPOSTPONEDPOSTPONED
Dec 19@ SeattlePOSTPONEDPOSTPONED
Dec 23St. LouisPOSTPONEDPOSTPONED
Dec 27@ ColumbusPOSTPONEDPOSTPONED
Dec 29PittsburghPOSTPONEDPOSTPONED

January

Jan 1Ottawa7:00 p.m.6-0 Win
Jan 3CarolinaPOSTPONEDPOSTPONED
Jan 5Edmonton7:00 p.m.4-2 Win
Jan 6@ MontrealPOSTPONEDPOSTPONED
Jan 8@ Colorado7:00 p.m.5-4 Loss (OT)
Jan 11@ Vegas10 :00 p.m.4-3 Win (SO)
Jan 12@ Arizona10:00 p.m.2-1 Loss
Jan 15@ St. Louis7:00 p.m.6-5 Win
Jan 17New JerseyPOSTPONEDPOSTPONED
Jan 19@ N.Y. Rangers7:30 p.m.6-3 Loss
Jan 22@ N.Y. Islanders7:00 p.m.3-1 Win
Jan 26Anaheim7:00 p.m.4-3 Win (SO)
Jan 29@ Detroit7:00 p.m.7-4 Win
Jan 31New Jersey7:00 p.m.6-4 Win

February

Feb 1@ New Jersey7:00 p.m.7-1 Win
Feb 7Carolina7:00 p.m.4-3 Win (OT)
Feb 10@ Calgary9:00 p.m.5-2 Loss
Feb 12@ Vancouver7:00 p.m.3-2 Loss
Feb 14@ Seattle9:00 p.m.6-2 Win
Feb 17Pittsburgh7:00 p.m.4-1 Win
Feb 19St. Louis7:00 p.m.6-3 Loss
Feb 21@ Montreal7:00 p.m.5-2 Loss
Feb 22@ Columbus7:00 p.m.4-3 Loss (OT)
Feb 24Minnesota7:00 p.m.3-1 WIn
Feb 26Detroit7:30 p.m.10-7 Win
Feb 28@ Washington7:30 p.m.5-3 Win

March

Mar 2Buffalo7:30 p.m.5-1 Loss
Mar 5Vancouver7:00 p.m.6-4 Loss
Mar 7@ Columbus7:00 p.m.5-4 Win
Mar 8Seattle7:30 p.m.6-4 Win
Mar 10Arizona7:00 p.m.5-4 Loss (OT)
Mar 13@ Buffalo4:00 p.m.5-2 Loss
Mar 15Dallas7:00 p.m.4-0 Win
Mar 17Carolina7:00 p.m.3-2 Win
Mar 19@ Nashville7:00 p.m.6-3 Loss
Mar 23New Jersey7:00 p.m.3-2 Win
Mar 26@ Montreal7:00 p.m.4-2 Loss
Mar 27Florida7:00 p.m.5-2 Win
Mar 29@ Boston7:00 p.m.6-4 Win
Mar 31Winnipeg7:00 p.m.7-3 Win

April

Apr 2@ Philadelphia7:00 p.m.6-3 Win
Apr 4@ Tampa Bay7:30 p.m.6-2 Win
Apr 5@ Florida7:00 p.m.7-6 Loss (OT)
Apr 7@ Dallas8:30 p.m.4-3 Win (OT)
Apr 9Montreal7:00 p.m.3-2 Win
Apr 12Buffalo7:00 p.m.5-2 Loss
Apr 14Washington7:00 p.m.7-3 Win
Apr 16@ Ottawa7:00 p.m.5-4 Win (OT)
Apr 17N.Y. Islanders7:30 p.m.4-2 Win
Apr 19Philadelphia7:00 p.m.5-2 Win
Apr 21@ Tampa Bay8:00 p.m.8-1 Loss
Apr 23@ Florida7:00 p.m.3-2 Loss (OT)
Apr 24@ Washington7:00 p.m.4-3 Win (SO)
Apr 26@ Detroit7:00 p.m.3-0 Win
Apr 29Boston7:00 p.m.5-2 Win

The Leafs’ Atlantic Division season-series matchups break down like so, starting with a season opener at home — on the second night of the NHL season — against the Montreal Canadiens on October 13:

  • Tampa x4
  • Ottawa x4
  • Montreal x4
  • Buffalo x4
  • Detroit x4
  • Florida x3
  • Boston x3

This means there will be four matchups against the back-to-back Stanley Cup champs, four against the other Stanley Cup finalist, and an additional six against two top 10 teams from 2020-21 in Florida and Boston. On paper, based on last season’s results, it won’t be an easy division in which to win home-ice advantage during the regular season or emerge from in the playoffs with the resumption of the divisional postseason format.

With the Olympic break built into the schedule in February, it could be a fast and furious race to the finish late in the season, with the Leafs scheduled to play 15 games in 27 days in April, including 10 on the road.

The good news is, despite the more condensed schedule, the Leafs will play just 13 back-to-backs throughout the 2021-22 season, which is fewer than their recent average in 82-game seasons (tied for the fewest since 2010-11):

  • 2021-22: 13
  • 2019-20: 14
  • 2018-19: 13
  • 2017-18: 14
  • 2016-17: 18
  • 2015-16: 16
  • 2014-15: 18
  • 2013-14: 16
  • 2011-12: 17
  • 2010-11: 14

The Leafs will travel to Seattle for the first time just before Christmas — December 19 — before hosting the Kraken on March 8 as the NHL schedule returns to its regular two-game series against the clubs in the opposite Conference.