The Toronto Maple Leafs hockey club is preparing for what will be a historic night in team history.
Saturday evening will mark the Leafs centennial season and a celebration will be held to commemorate 100 years for the team in the National Hockey League.
The Leafs opened the season on Thursday night when their first overall pick and rookie Auston Matthews scored four goals in his debut for Toronto.
However, despite the rookie-phenom’s efforts, the Leafs still lost 5-4 to the Ottawa Senators.
Toronto has already had some history take place as Mathews became the first player to score four goals in his debut, as no player had ever scored that many goals in his first NHL game.
A silver logo was created for the Maple Leafs with the number 100 displayed to celebrate this historic occasion and celebrate the club’s 100th anniversary.
Maple Leaf Square has been cornered off with fences for the centennial celebration, which is set to start at 5:30 p.m. at the Air Canada Centre.
The Toronto Maple Leafs host the Boston Bruins at 7 p.m.
— Toronto Maple Leafs (@MapleLeafs) October 12, 2016