Amazon, NHL producing 'All or Nothing' docuseries on Maple Leafs
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Amazon Prime Video and NHL Original Productions are partnering to create a multi-episode docuseries about the Toronto Maple Leafs' 2020-21 season, the league announced Wednesday.

"All or Nothing: Toronto Maple Leafs" will provide an inside view of the team's campaign on and off the ice.

"This new Canadian original series will offer behind-the-scenes access and rarely seen (points of view) of the Toronto Maple Leafs, one of the most storied hockey franchises - and my personal favorite team - during a season unlike any in NHL history," said James Farrell, Amazon Studios' vice president of local originals.

Amazon's "All or Nothing" series has followed several high-profile professional sports teams since launching in 2015. The Premier League's Tottenham Hotspur (2020) and the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles (2019) are among those to be recently featured. The Maple Leafs will be the first NHL team to appear in the series.

"This upcoming NHL season will be unique for many different reasons," said Maple Leafs president and alternate governor Brendan Shanahan. "We feel that 'All or Nothing' will provide our team a way to connect with Maple Leafs fans here in Toronto and around the world like never before."

The Maple Leafs have a rich history and a large fan base, yet they haven't won the Stanley Cup since 1967 and last won a playoff series in 2004. But led by phenoms Auston Matthews and Mitch Marner, Toronto is the betting favorite to win the North Division this season and has legitimate Stanley Cup aspirations.

Amazon, NHL producing 'All or Nothing' docuseries on Maple Leafs
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