- The Beginning: After seven seasons in Colorado, Liles was dealt to the Leafs for a second round draft pick on June 24, 2011. Liles played well under Ron Wilson, and as such he was signed to a four year contract extension by Brian Burke. When Wilson was fired and replaced by Randy Caryle, Liles immediately found himself on the outside looking in and despite his recent contract extension, he would play only 38 more games in a Leaf jersey.
- The End: The beginning of the 2013/14 season found Liles as mainly either a healthy scratch, or in the AHL. Needless to say, his potential trade value plummeted. He was finally traded on January 1, 2014 to Carolina with Dennis Robertson for Tim Gleason. In Carolina Liles was able to get into the lineup with more regularity over two seasons with the Hurricanes and eventually he was traded to Boston for a couple of draft picks in February of 2016, while the Leafs bought out Gleason at the end of the 2013/14 season. You read that correctly. Dave Nonis traded Liles for the right to buy out Gleason after 39 games as a Leaf (and Gleason returned to Carolina as a free agent), while Carolina was able to get actual draft picks for Liles. The Dave Nonis era was really something else.
- The Jersey Style: This style of alternate jersey was introduced for the 2011/12 season and worn until the conclusion of the 2015/16 season. It is a replica of the blue jersey the Maple Leafs wore from 1967-70. The alternate captain's 'A' has been removed from the jersey.
- Jersey Wear: to follow.
- The Season: Liles appeared in 66 games for the Leafs in 2011/12, his first season with the franchise after playing with the Colorado Avalanche for seven seasons. He scored 7 goals and added 20 assists. The Leafs finished in 4th in the Northeast Division and did not qualify for the playoffs.
- Acquired: June 28, 2016.
- Source: Collector.
- LOA: Real Sports Collectibles.
- Photomatch: No.