Mats Sundin
HEIGHT: 6' 5"
BIRTHDATE: 13/02/1971
DRAFTED: QUE: 1989-1 overall
Mark Messier NHL Leadership Award (1)

2007-08 SEASON
- In 981 career games with Maple Leafs has scored a franchise-best 987 points (420 goals, 567 assists)br>- Missed final three games of regular season due to slight groin tear
- Returned to lineup after missing five games due to injury - March 27 at Boston
- Sustained slight groin tear March 12 at Philadelphia
- Registered 20 multi-point games this season
- Registered a nine-game point-streak with 16 points (eight goals, eight assists) from February 23 to March 11
- Collected two points (one goal, one assist) March 11 vs. Philadelphia
- Played 1300th career NHL game, scored 30th goal of season and collected two assists March 6 at Boston. Scored 30 or more goals in 13 NHL seasons. Holds Maple Leafs record for 30+ goals seasons with 10
- Named NHL's First Star for the week ending March 2. Collected eight points (four goals, four assists) in four games.
- Collected three points (one goal, two assists) March 1 at Washington
- Collected three points (two goals, one assist) February 27 at Florida
- Scored game-winning goal February 25 at Ottawa
- Became 30th player in NHL history to collect 1300 points in career - collected an assist February 7 at Montreal
- Collected an assist and scored game-winner in shootout January 17 at Boston
- Scored two goals, including 19th and 20th of the season, January 5 vs. Philadelphia
- Scored 20 or more goals in 17 consecutive NHL seasons and 13 consecutive seasons with the Maple Leafs
- Scored a goal and game-winner in shootout January 1 vs. Tampa Bay
- Collected two points (GWG, one assist) December 10 vs. Tampa Bay
- Registered a 16-game home point-streak to begin season (25 points - eight goals, 17 assists) - (Oct. 3 - Dec. 4) new Maple Leafs franchise record
- Scored game-winning goal November 29 at Atlanta
- Scored 400th career Maple Leafs goal November 27 vs. Montreal
- Registered a seven-game point-streak (eight points - three goals, five assists) November 9 - 23
- Collected three points (one goal, two assists) October 23 vs. Atlanta
- Scored two goals, including one shorthanded goal, October 20 vs. Chicago
- Began the season with a six-game point-streak (three goals, seven assists) October 3 - 13
- Surpassed Darryl Sittler for second in Maple Leafs all-time assists (528), with an assist, October 13 vs. Pittsburgh
- Surpassed Darryl Sittler and became the Maple Leafs all-time franchise leader in goals and points with a goal October 11 vs. NY Islanders
- Collected an assist October 9 vs. Carolina, which tied him with Darryl Sittler for first in Maple Leafs all-time points (916) and for second in Maple Leafs all-time assists (527)br>- Collected three assists October 6 vs. Montreal
- Scored 389th career goal as a Maple Leaf and tied Darryl Sittler for the franchise lead in all-time goals October 4 at Ottawa

* Scored three shootout goals in six shootout attempts this season

Mats Sundin was the face of the Toronto Maple Leafs during a transitional era for the franchise. The captain's presence at the farewell of historic Maple Leaf Gardens and the christening of the new Air Canada Centre rank high among many of the lasting impressions he made during his time spent in Toronto from 1995 to 2008.

The centreman surpassed numerous Leafs legends to establish new marks throughout the team record book. The model of consistency became the franchise's all-time leader in goals and points in the same game on October 11, 2007. He holds the club records for most 20-goal seasons (13) and 30-goal seasons (10). Sundin also scored 20 or more goals for 17 consecutive NHL seasons when combined with his four seasons in Quebec. Overall, the prolific on-ice leader and off-ice ambassador played in 981 career games for the Blue and White, registering 420 goals, 567 assists and 987 points.

Sundin was selected to the club's 'Top Twenty-Five Players List' during the team's 75th Anniversary Season in 2001-02. He captained the team for 11 seasons (1997-2008) and was named an NHL Second-Team All-Star in 2001-02 and 2003-04. Sundin was at the forefront of the Leafs attack throughout numerous playoff runs. He led eight Leafs teams to the playoffs in 13 seasons with five teams advancing to the second round and two earning third round berths.

The Bromma, Sweden native was a three-time Olympian (1998, 2002, 2006) and captained his team to the gold medal in the 2006 Winter Games. Sundin was often at his best playing against the game's top players in international tournaments. A Canada Cup All-Star in 1991 and World Cup All-Star in 1996, he played in two World Cups, and seven World Championships.

Sundin was a Hockey Hall of Fame inductee in November of 2012 and his Honoured Number banner was raised by the Leafs to the rafters of Air Canada Centre on February 11, 2012.