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Facts and figures about Toronto's top sports teams

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Toronto Maple Leafs, owned by Maple Leafs Sports and Entertainment, is one of the “original six” teams in the National Hockey League. The team has not won a Stanley Cup since 1967, nor reached the playoffs since the 2003-04 season, but is still the most profitable team in the league. (Reuters)

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Toronto Blue Jays, owned by Rogers Communications, play in the Eastern Division of Major League Baseball’s American League. The team, founded in 1977, is the only Canadian team in MLB. The Blue Jays won back-to-back World Series titles in 1992 and 1993. (Reuters)

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Toronto Raptors, owned by MLSE, is the only Canadian team in the National Basketball League. The team was established in 1995 and has in the past featured all-stars Vince Carter and Chris Bosh on its roster. (Reuters)

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Toronto FC, owned by MLSE, is a professional soccer club in North America’s Major League Soccer. The club was founded in 2006 and joined MLS in the 2007 season. Toronto FC has been profitable since the start and season tickets are a hot commodity. (Reuters)

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Toronto Argonauts, owned by Canadian Senator David Braley, play in the Eastern Division of the Canadian Football League. The team was founded in 1873, making the Argos one of North America’s oldest pro sports teams. (Reuters)

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