Matthews, Marner featured on corn maze celebrating Leafs’ centennial

(Hunter Brothers Farm/Instagram)

The Toronto Maple Leafs‘ centennial season just got a bit cornier.

Hunter Brothers Farm, in Florenceville-Bristol, N.B., has paid tribute to the Leafs by designing a corn maze featuring the likenesses of Auston Matthews and Mitch Marner.

The farm has been making corn mazes for the past 17 years and will open up its latest creation to the public from Sept. 9-Oct. 29.

Chip and Tom Hunter have featured various designs in their past mazes (The Beatles, Jose Bautista’s bat flip, and Terry Fox have all been covered). Chip, a Montreal Canadiens fan, has also ensured that Patrick Roy and Jean Beliveau have been done up as well.

The farm’s full gallery of designs can be found on its website.

But this year is all about the Leafs, who made a surprise run to the playoffs as they celebrated 100 years as a franchise.

Chip told Dave Stubbs of that he promised his brother-in-law, Kevin Rea, there would be a Leafs-centric design in 2017, “on the 50th anniversary of their last Stanley Cup win.”

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