|City||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|League||Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League|
|Home arena||Mattamy Athletic Centre|
|Colours||Blue, Yellow, and White
|Owner(s)||Robert Turnbull (2014-15)|
|General manager||Robert Turnbull (2014-15)|
|Head coach||Robert Turnbull (2014-15)|
The Toronto Predators joined the GMHL in the Spring of 2013.
On September 7, 2013, the Predators played their first ever game, at home, against the Orangeville Americans. Hockey Hall of Famers Ken Dryden and Darryl Sittler, and singer John McDermott did the opening puck drop, as the Americans won the game 4-2. Mitch Hebert scored the first goal in team history, just 5 seconds into the game, while Marc Villeneuve made 49 saves in the loss.
On September 28, 2013, the Robin Bonvin scored in overtime to give the Predators their first franchise victory. On home ice, Marc Villeneuve made 58 saves in net, against the Knights of Meaford, for 3-2 overtime victory.
On October 27, 2013, Mitch Hebert scored a team high and franchise record of 4 goals against the Powassan Eagles. Hebert was the first Predator to notch a Hat-Trick. 
|2013-14||42||5||34||-||3||91||247||13||18th GMHL||Lost Qualifier|
- 2014 Lost qualifier
- Toronto Predators beat Lefroy Wave 5-3 in qualifier
- Knights of Meaford beat Toronto Predators 9-3 in qualifier
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