Over the 30 seasons the Toronto Maple Leafs wore this logo and uniform style, the team won 10 Stanley Cups. Introduced for the 1938-1939 season, a new logo was the predominant feature of the new look. The striping patterns were the same as the previous season. Slight changes were made to the uniform, first the addition of a blue shoulder yoke to the road whites as well as a tie-down collar to both sweaters in 1958-1959, and the logo got an outline heading into the 1963-1964 season. The uniform was replaced following the 1966-1967 regular season as the Leafs switched to a new maple leaf logo for the Stanley Cup Playoffs in honor of the Canadian centennial year. This uniform has come back several times, first as the team’s throwback alternate for the NHL’s 75th anniversary in 1991-1992, then as an alternate uniform for many years between 1998-1999 and 2010-2011. In 2016-2017 for the 100th anniversary of the franchise, the Maple Leafs brought a modernized version of the logo and uniforms back as their full-time look going forward.