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Mats Sundin
Mats Sundin
Centre
(SUHN-deen, MATS)
Number: 13
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 231
Shoots: Right
Born: 13 Feb 1971
Birthplace: Bromma, Sweden
Acquired: Acquired from Quebec along with Garth Butcher, Todd Warriner and Philadelphia's first round choice in 1994 Entry Draft (Nolan Baumgartner) in exchange for Wendel Clark, Sylvain Lefebvre, Landon Wilson and Toronto's first round choice in 1994 Entry Draft (Jeffrey Kealty) June 28, 1994. Originally Quebec's first choice, first overall, in 1989 Entry Draft.
Drafted: QUE / 1989 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 1st (1st overall)
2005-06: Played 70 games for Toronto collecting 78 points (31 goals, 47 assists) with 58 penalty minutesRanked first on the team in points, goals, shots (220) and third in assistsRanked first on the team in multi-point games (21)Ranked first among team forwards in ice time (19:58)Ranked second on the team in powerplay goals (16)Returned after missing 12 games due to an eye injury November 5 vs. Tampa BayScored his first goal of the season November 5 vs. Tampa Bay Registered a four game point streak (two goals, five assists) November 5 - 11 Registered his 1100th career NHL point (assist) November 26 vs. MontrealCollected two points (one goal, one assists) including the game winner in overtime November 26 vs. MontrealPlayed his 1100th career NHL game November 30 at Tampa BayCollected three points (one goal, two assists) December 27 at PittsburghScored his first shorthanded goal of the season December 31 at New JerseyRegistered a season high three assists January 30 at FloridaRegistered nine points (one goal, eight assists) in six games January 23 - February 3Played his 800th game as a Leaf January 28 vs. MontrealSelected as Captain of Team Sweden for the 2006 Olympic Winter GamesPlayed eight games collecting eight points (three goals, five assists) with four penalty minutesWon Sweden's first Olympic Gold MedalRanked first in the Olympics in face-off percentage (66.67)Collected 12 points (six goals, six assists) in first 10 games after the Olympic Break February 28 - March 18Registered his 800th point (goal) as a Leaf March 7 vs. MontrealRegistered a three game goal scoring streak March 11 - 16Registered his 15th consecutive season with 20+ goals March 26 at New JerseyCollected a season high six points (four goals, two assists) April 11 vs. FloridaRegistered a team high 11 game point streak (12 goals, nine assists) March 25 - April 15Registered his fourth consecutive season with 30+ goals April 18 vs. PittsburghRanked second (tie) in NHL points (37) and goals (20) since the Olympic Break February 28 - April 18Won the Leafs Molson Cup with 53 points and seven first starsNominated by his teammates for the NHL King Clancy Award Ranks first in career regular season NHL overtime goals (14) and has scored the most overtime goals (13) in a Maple Leafs uniformHas scored more game winning goals (35) than any other NHL player since the start of the 2000-01 seasonRanks first among players born and trained in Sweden in goals (465), first in points (1089), second in assists (624) and third in games played (1086)Ranks first in Maple Leafs history in game winning goals (72), third in goals (361), third in points (833), fourth in assists (472) and ninth in games played (832)...2004-05: Played four games for Sweden at the World Cup collecting five points (one goal, four assists)Ranked sixth in the tournament in assists (tie) and 10th in pointsFinished second on the team in assists (tie) and third in points (tie)2003-04: Finished 12th in Hart Trophy votingRanked first in the NHL in game winning goals (10), second in third period points (36), fifth in shorthanded assists (3-tie), 12th in points (75-tie), 13th in powerplay goals (11-tie), 13th in shorthanded points (4-tie), 15th in goals (31-tie), 17th in powerplay points (29-tie), 18th in assists (44) and 21st in powerplay assists (18-tie) Scored 20 or more goals for the 10th consecutive season in a Maple Leafs uniform setting a franchise recordFinished first on the team in games played (81), first in goals, first in assists, first in points, first in powerplay goals, first in shorthanded assists, first in shorthanded points, first in game winning goals, first in shots (226), first among team forwards in average ice time (19:52), first in multiple point games (24), second in powerplay assists, second in powerplay points, second in multiple assist games (5-tie), fourth in plus/minus (+11), fourth in multiple goal games (2-tie) and fourth in faceoff winning percentage (53.0%)Played in the NHL All-Star Game registering two assistsScored his 300th career goal (game winning goal, one assist) as a Maple Leaf October 25 vs. WashingtonPlayed his 700th career game as a Maple Leaf and scored a goal November 18 at CalgaryRegistered his 700th career point (game winning goal, one assist) as a Maple Leaf November 24 vs. VancouverRegistered his 400th career assist as a Maple Leaf December 13 vs. the New York RangersRegistered his 600th career NHL assist December 16 vs. Tampa BaySuspended for one game (January 7) by the NHLPlayed nine playoff games collecting nine points (four goals, five assists) with eight penalty minutesRanked fifth in the NHL playoffs in faceoff winning percentage (60.0%)Finished first on the team in points, first among team forwards in average ice time (18:24), first in faceoff winning percentage, second in goals (tie), second in assists (tie), second in game winning goals (1-tie), second in shooting percentage (21.1%-tie), second in powerplay assists (2-tie) and fourth in powerplay points (2-tie)Ranks second in Maple Leafs playoff history in points (70), second in goals (32-tie), third in assists (38-tie) and third in game winning goals (7)Returned to the lineup after missing four games due to injury April 25 at PhiladelphiaScored two goals (including the game winning goal) April 30 vs. Philadelphia2002-03: Ranked fifth in the NHL in powerplay goals (16), fifth in shorthanded points (5-tie), seventh in game winning goals (7-tie), seventh in shorthanded goals (3-tie), eighth in goals (37-tie), 13th in shorthanded assists (2-tie) and 25th in points (72)Finished first on the team in goals, first in faceoff winning percentage (56%), first in average ice time among team forwards (20:15), first in powerplay goals, first in shorthanded goals (tie), first in powerplay points (29), first in shorthanded points (tie), first in game tying goals (1-tie), first in shots (223), first in multiple point games (23-tie), second in points, second in shorthanded assists (tie), second in game winning goals, second in multiple goal games (5), fourth in assists (35) and fourth in powerplay assists (13) Selected to make his eighth consecutive appearance at the NHL All-Star Game but missed the game due to injury Scored his 400th career NHL goal (one goal, one assist) October 14 vs. PittsburghHad his consecutive games played streak snapped at 269 games due to injury December 28 at EdmontonRegistered his 1000th career NHL point (game winning goal) March 10 at Edmonton Played his 1000th career NHL game March 24 at Boston becoming just the fourth Toronto player to register his 1000th career NHL point and game in a Toronto uniform (Norm Ullman, Glenn Anderson and Doug Gilmour)Played all seven playoff games
collecting four points (one goal, three assists) with six penalty minutesFinished first on the team during the playoffs in assists (tie), first in powerplay goals (1-tie), first in shots (16-tie), first in faceoff winning percentage (59%), first among team forwards in average ice time (24:17) and second in points Represented Sweden at the World Championships collecting 10 points (six goals, four assists) with 10 penalty minutesWon the Silver MedalLed the team in goals and pointsNamed the tournament's Most Valuable Player and Top ForwardNamed to the tournament's All-Star Team2001-02: Named to the NHL Second All-Star Team (first Leaf since Borje Salming in 1979-80 to be named to one of the NHL year-end All-Star Teams)Ranked second in the NHL in goals (41-tie), second in game winning goals (9-tie), fourth in points (80), fourth in game tying goals (2-tie), seventh in faceoff winning percentage (57.5%), 16th in shorthanded goals (2-tie), 16th in shots (262), 22nd in powerplay goals (10-tie) and 24th in shorthanded points (3-tie)Reached the 40-goal plateau for the third time in his career (second time as a Maple Leaf)Led the team in goals, assists (39), points, game winning goals, shots, powerplay goals, multiple point games (20), multiple goal games (6-tie) and powerplay points (24)Finished third on the team in multiple assist games (6) and fifth in penalty minutes (94) Won the Molson CupLed Sweden and the Olympic tournament in scoring with nine points (five goals, four assists)Was named to the Olympic All-Star TeamCaptained three teams during the season: Toronto, the Swedish Olympic team and the World All-Star team Registered his 900th career NHL point (one goal, one assist) December 28 at Atlanta Played his 900th career NHL game January 26 at Edmonton Registered his 600th career point (assist) as a Maple Leaf April 4 vs. the New York Rangers Played eight playoff games collecting seven points (two goals, five assists) with four penalty minutesFinished third on the team in plus/minus (+5-tie) 2000-01: Presented with the MAC (Most Assists for Children) Award by Ronald McDonald Children's Charities for outstanding work in the Toronto communityLed the team in assists (46), points (74) and takeaways (36)...Played in the NHL All-Star Game collecting four points (two goals, two assists) Registered his 800th career NHL point (assist) November 8 vs. CarolinaScored his 200th career goal (two goals, one assist) as a Maple Leaf November 30 at the New York IslandersRegistered his 500th career point (one goal, two assists) as a Maple Leaf January 31 at CarolinaRegistered his 500th career NHL assist March 14 vs. AnaheimCollected three points (one goal, two assists) March 17 at FloridaWith the points he became the all-time NHL points leader among Swedish playersPlayed 11 playoff games collecting 13 points (six goals, seven assists) with 14 penalty minutesLed the team during the playoffs in points 1999-00: Led the team in goals (32), assists (41), points (73), plus/minus (+16), powerplay goals (10) and shooting percentage (17.4%)Played on the World Team at the NHL All-Star Game in Toronto...Returned to the lineup after missing nine games due to injury and scored his 300th career NHL goal (one goal, one assist) November 3 at CarolinaPlayed his 700th career NHL game November 6 at New JerseyRegistered his 400th career point (two goals) as a Maple Leaf November 27 vs. Edmonton Set an NHL record for most overtime goals in a season with his fourth game winning goal in overtime March 16 at DetroitPlayed 12 playoff games collecting eight points (three goals, five assists) with 10 penalty minutes1998-99: Ranked 10th in the NHL in assists (52-tie) and 11th in points (83-tie)...Finished first on the team in points, first in games played (82), first in assists, second in goals (31), second in game winning goals (6) and second in shots (209-tie)...Played at the NHL All-Star Game and led all players with four points (one goal, three assists)...Registered his 300th career point (two
assists) as a Maple Leaf October 16 at Calgary...Played his 300th career game as a Maple Leaf November 7 vs. the New York Rangers...Registered his 400th career NHL assist January 30 vs. Washington... Registered his 700th career NHL point (assist) March 13 at Montreal...Played 17 playoff games collecting 16 points (eight goals, eight assists) with 16 penalty minutesLed the team during the playoffs in points, goals, assists (tie), powerplay goals (3) and game winning goals (2-tie)... 1997-98: Named the 16th captain in franchise history September 30Ranked 10th in the NHL in goals (33-tie)Led the team in goals, assists (41), points (74), games played (82-tie), powerplay points, powerplay goals, game winning goals (tie), game tying goals (tie), shorthanded points, multiple goal games (8), multiple assist games (8) and multiple point games (23)Represented Sweden at the Olympics scoring three goals with four penalty minutes...Finished first on the team in goals and third in points (3-tie)Played in the NHL All-Star game collecting one assistScored his 100th career goal as a Maple Leaf October 28 vs. AnaheimRegistered his 600th career NHL point (goal) January 10 vs. ChicagoRepresented Sweden at the World Championships collecting 11 points (five goals, six assists)1996-97: Represented Sweden at the World Cup collecting seven points (four goals, three assists)Was one of only two players to be selected to the First All-Star Team of the 1991 Canada Cup and the 1996 World Cup (Chris Chelios)...Ranked third in tournament scoring (tie) and third in shotsLed the team in goals and points...Ranked fourth in the NHL in shorthanded points, fifth in shorthanded goals, seventh in points (94), 11th in goals (41-tie) and 15th in assists (53)Led the team in games played (82), goals, assists, points, shots, shorthanded goals, game winning goals, multiple point games, multiple goal games, road plus/minus, powerplay points and powerplay assists...Played in the NHL All-Star Game collecting one assistRegistered his first career hat trick as a Maple Leaf December 21 vs. Colorado...1995-96: Ranked second in the NHL in shorthanded goals (6-tie), eighth in game winning goals (7-tie) and 14th in shots (301)Led the team in assists (50), points (83), plus/minus (+8), shorthanded goals, game winning goals and shots...Played in the NHL All-Star Game collecting an assist...Set an NHL record for the fastest regular season overtime goal scoring just six seconds into overtime December 30 at St. Louis...Registered a franchise record (tie) with three assists in a period November 10 vs. Washington...Registered his 100th career point as a Maple Leaf February 9 at Los Angeles...Played six playoff games collecting four points (three goals, one assist) with four penalty minutes1994-95: Led the team in points (47), goals (23), game winning goals (4), powerplay goals (9), powerplay points (19), multiple point games (10) and shots (173)...Registered his 200th career NHL assist in his Maple Leafs debut January 20 at Los Angeles Played seven playoff games collecting nine points (five goals, four assists) with four penalty minutesLed the team during the playoffs in points, goals, game winning goals (1-tie), powerplay goals (2-tie) and shots (27)...1993-94: Played 84 games for Quebec collecting 85 points (32 goals, 53 assists) with 60 penalty minutesFinished first on the team in games played, second in points, second in assists and second in shorthanded goals (2-tie)...1992-93: Played 80 games for Quebec collecting 114 points (47 goals, 67 assists) with 96 penalty minutesLed the team in assists and pointsSet career highs in goals, assists and pointsRegistered a league-high 30 game point streak (21 goals, 25 assists)Played six playoff games collecting four points (three goals, one assist) with six penalty minutes1991-92: Registered a career-high seven points (five goals, two assists) March 5 at Hartford1990-91: Played 80 games for Quebec collecting 76 points (33 goals, 43 assists) with 103 penalty minutesScored his first career
NHL goal in his first career NHL game October 4 vs. Hartford.
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