World Wide Web TML Fever
TML Forum
Fan Association
TML Boycott
Toronto Sports Talk
Frameworth Sports Marketing Hockey, Football, Baseball, Basketball and Golf Memorabilia
Mission Statement: The Mission is the same today as it was from day one. We seek to inform our viewers about the Toronto Maple Leafs and the great game of hockey in general. We promise an unwavering commitment to viewers visual enjoyment, and hopefully some that are not fans upon entering will be when they leave our site.
NHL Player And Team Information At Your Fingertips

NHL Player And Team Information.

Leafs Stat Leaders | NHL Stat Leaders | FOX Power Rankings | TSN Power Rankings | TSN Injury Report | Conference Standings
NHL Radio | NHL Scoreboard Hockey Hall Of Fame | Sports E-Cyclopedia | NHL Auctions The Star | The Globe And Mail
Toronto Sun | ESPN | Sports Net | FOX Sports | CBC Sportsline | Yahoo Sports | MSNBC Sports | Sports Illustrated

The Evolution Of The Toronto Maple Leafs Logo. Toronto Maple Leafs Logo History
Click On Any Team Logo Below To Visit Their Official Site.
 Anaheim Ducks  Atlanta Thrashers  Boston Bruins  Buffalo Sabres  Calgary Flames  Carolina Hurricanes  Chicago Blackhawks  Colorado Avalanche  Columbus Blue Jackets  Dallas Stars  Detroit Red Wings  Edmonton Oilers  Florida Panthers  Los Angeles Kings  Minnesota Wild
 Montreal Canadiens  Nashville Predators  New Jersey Devils  New York Islanders  New York Rangers  Ottawa Senators  Philadelphia Flyers  Phoenix Coyotes  Pittsburgh Penguins  San Jose Sharks  St. Louis Blues  Tampa Bay Lightning  Toronto Maple Leafs  Vancouver Canucks  Washington Capitals
Main NHL Sites and TML Affiliates.
Toronto Maple Leafs Official Site Air Canada Center Toronto Marlies Columbia Inferno NHL Players Association Hockey Hall Of Fame Hockey Night In Canada Hockey Canada Officials Association

-- Disclaimer --
This site is not recognized, approved, sponsored or endorsed by the Toronto Maple Leafs or the National Hockey League. The Toronto Maple Leafs, Maple Leafs and associated logo marks, the NHL, the NHL Shield, the word mark and image of the Stanley Cup, and NHL Conference logos are registered trade-marks of MLSE and/or the National Hockey League. All Maple Leafs, NHL logos, marks and NHL member club logos and marks as well as all other proprietary materials depicted on this Web site are the property of MLSE and/or the NHL and the respective NHL member clubs. All logos and trademarks on this site are property of TNTDomains/, unless otherwise noted. Any advertising revenue or donations received by go directly towards the costs of running this website and it is not intended as a for-profit venture.
Google PageRank 
Checker - Page Rank Calculator
See other headlines involving the Toronto Maple Leafs and more...
Mojo Radio.. Home Of The Toronto Maple Leafs -- Listen Live!!
Super skills:

Un"Bear"able slap shot and able to lead Leafs' fans in roaring "Go Leafs Go!" chants

Little known fact:

Named after Maple Leafs Gardens' address and should surpass Leafs' great George Armstrong in games during the 2023-24 season, barring any un"bear"able circumstances

Rival: Spartacat

October 10, 1995 was a memorable night in Toronto, not only because the Maple Leafs beat the Islanders 7-3 in the home-opener, it was also the evening that the team's mascot, Carlton the Bear, made his roaring official debut.

Over the course of his career, Carlton has led a countless number of "Go Leafs Go" cheers. He has not only taken in memorable Toronto events like the final Leafs' game at Maple Leaf Gardens and the opening of the Air Canada Centre, but more importantly than that, he has put a countless amount of smiles on people's faces.

The last two seasons have been momentous for the lovable Toronto mascot, as the Leafs have knocked off one of their Canadian rivals, the Ottawa Senators twice. Last year was especially gratifying for Carlton and Toronto, as the Sens didn't even win one playoff game, losing four straight to the Leafs in the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals.

A few years ago, the likeable bear also witnessed some great Leafs' hockey, with the dramatic overtime goal scored by Steve Thomas in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals at the Centre against Ottawa standing out in his mind. These wins over Ottawa are so special for Carlton because they not only mean that his team advances in the postseason, but also because it gives him bragging rights over one of his biggest rivals, Spartacat, the official mascot of the Senators.

Carlton the Bear also chaired the first annual Mascot Summit
during the NHL's 50th All-Star Game held in Toronto in the 1999-00
season. Every NHL mascot was present to discuss (through
interpreters of course) topics ranging from creating fun on the
videoboard, to community appearances, to how to get nacho
cheese out of one's fur!

But not all of Carlton's good times have come at home in Toronto.
This bear loves to travel the globe and visit new places. Over his
career, his paws have touched down in places such as
Montreal, Boston, Ottawa, Vancouver, Buffalo, Philadelphia,
Pittsburgh, Anaheim, Los Angeles, San Jose, Washington, Tampa
Bay, New Jersey and New York.

Carlton likes to keep track of how many Leafs games he's attended
and entering this season, only 130 Leafs players have more games
under their belts. Carlton is scheduled to pass Leafs great George
Armstrong during the 2023-24 season. Carlton also hopes this
achievement will put him in the running to have his jersey number
60 retired to the rafters with all the other Leaf greats of the
past. In his career, the bear has made appearances in 17 cities
and has tossed 4,153 T-shirts into the crowd. Even though
this action puts a strain on his paws, he doesn't mind as he'll
do anything to make hockey fans happy.

When he's not entertaining the fans, Carton likes to stay at
home and take in Leafs' game, where he watches closely the
play of his current favorite player, Tomas Ka"bear"le, while
eating giant pretzels and arena nachos. The Bear also likes
to listen to his favorite group, "Bear" Naked Ladies or watch
his favorite movie, The Bad News Bears.
Position: Team Mascot

Shoots: Left
Height:  6' 4"
Weight: 270 lbs
Favourite Food: Giant Pretzels, Arena Nachos and Cotton Candy (when it's not getting stuck in his fur)
Favourtie Leaf; Mats Sundin
Favourite Music Group: "Bear" Naked Ladies
Acquired: 1995


Since debuting as the Maple Leafs' official mascot in 1995, Carlton the Bear has become the coolest mascot in the NHL. He is a polar bear afterall!.

More on Carlton

- Has tossed over 8000 t-shirts since joining the team
- Has visited 20 NHL arenas and appeared at seven NHL       All-Star Games
- List his best friend as the Raptor
- Gary Robert's Triple OT winner against Ottawa in 2002 is    his favourite Leaf goal of all time
- Lists Ottawa (1st), Montreal (2nd), Detroit (3rd) and Philly   (4th) as his favourite NHL opponents

Celebrities met include Mike Myers, The Bare Naked Ladies, Avril Lavigne, Trish Stratus, Catriona Lemay Doan, Salma Hayek, Edward Norton, Mike Weir, Alex Trebek, Donovan Bailey, Silken Laumann, Marnie McBean, Doug Flutie, Wayne Gretzky, Bobby Orr, The Hanson Brothers, Shania Twain and more!

Ottawa Senators                  Spartacat
The Toronto Maple Leafs, Maple Leafs, Leafs and associated logo marks, the NHL, the NHL Shield, the word mark and image of the Stanley Cup, and NHL Conference logos are registered trade-marks of MLSE and/or the National Hockey League; and all Maple Leafs and NHL logos and marks and NHL member club logos and marks as well as all other proprietary materials depicted on this Web site are the property of MLSE and/or the NHL and the respective NHL member clubs or associations.