The Weirdest Most Outrageous Toronto Maple Leafs Items Ever Made

Toronto Maple Leafs branded items come in some of the strangest forms.(Christamore Mm 008)
Toronto Maple Leafs branded items come in some of the strangest forms.(Christamore Mm 008) /
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Even the ashes of a love one can rest in comfort in a Toronto Maple Leafs urn. (Photo by Jan Kruger/Getty Images) /

Toronto Maple Leafs Urn

Losing a loved one is never easy and there just isn’t a good way to say goodbye. The folks at Mainely Urns and Memorials have done their best to change that for die hard Maple Leafs fans.

Mainely Urns and Memorials, whose mission statement is, “Our mission is and has always been to provide the easiest and most economical way for families to buy cremation urns (burial urns and pet cremation urns) on the web,” recognized that there was an entire market missing on bringing Maple Leafs fandom to the afterlife.

It’s unclear what the demand is like, but the company wanted to solve a problem that must have existed for decades, how to show that the deceased loved the Maple Leafs. Mainley Urns and Memorials, which began its virtual operations in 2003, had the solution. They began and continue to sell an add-on for their urns.

For less than $35, fans and grieving friends/family can purchase a Toronto Maple Leafs Aluminum Embossed Hockey Logo Emblem for their urn. Enhancing the final resting place of a loved one may be just what they always wanted. If the occupant is a former Habs fan, the upgraded urn can also be the most emphatic way of their Leafs fan keeper getting the final say in an age old rivalry.

Some may worry that this aluminum embossed Leafs logo originates from an unofficial source. Well, fear not. According to Mainley Urns and Memorials’ website, the embossed emblems are officially licensed and printed in the Leafs colors.

It’s hard to admit, but it does look very nice.