For such a older and traditional hockey team, the Maple Leafs alternate logo history has quite a few logos. A new primary logo in 2016, has a new alternate logo as well which the primary logo without the wordmark.
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2011 - Present
Inspired by the classic Leafs logo of the 1940’s to 1960’s, the club’s new mark has a number of design characteristics that distinguish it.
The same leaf for the primary, without the wordmark “TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS.”
2001 - 2007
An intertwined letters “TML” in white, blue, and silver. The letters “TML” stand for the team name Toronto Maple Leafs.
1993 - 2000
A blue maple leaf with white details, was worn as the shoulder patch on the team’s white home jersey from 1993 – 2000.
1988 - 1992
Blank (no veins) blue leaf on white, worn on the shoulder of the Toronto Maple Leafs road jersey from 1987 – 1988 through 1991 – 1992.
1983 - 1987
Blank white leaf on light blue, worn on the shoulder of the Toronto Maple Leafs home jersey from 1982 – 1983 through 1986 – 1987, shade of blue is darkened for 1988.
1971 - 1982
Blank blue leaf on white, worn on the shoulder of the Toronto Maple Leafs road jersey from 1970 – 1971 through 1981 – 1982, replaced with a modernized leaf.