With Canada in the midst of celebrating its centennial, the Toronto Maple Leafs got in the spirit by designing a special logo and uniform for the 1967 Stanley Cup Playoffs. The Leafs introduced the new uniform featuring a new logo and a different striping pattern both around the waist and on the sleeves. The logo was designed to resemble the maple leaf on the Canadian flag. The new look may have brought the team some luck; they would go on to capture the Stanley Cup that year and decided to carry it forward into the regular season. The Leafs would go on to wear the uniform for three more seasons before they went with an entirely new look in 1970. Toronto brought the blue version of this uniform back as its alternate uniform in 2011-2012 and then continued to wear it frequently over the next five seasons.