Mats Sundin, 1346 NHL games - 564 goals - 785 assists - 1349 points + 1886 pictures.
Steve Russell - Staff Photographer - @RussellPhotos
Here is the Hall of Fame line on Mats Sundin,
1346 NHL games, 564 goals, 785 assists, 1349 points and 1886 pictures in the Toronto Star photo archive.
Add to this 91 play-off games with 38 goals and 44 assists.
A search of the Toronto Star Archive for Mats + Sundin gives us 1886 hits, here is a selection of 47 of our favourites.
Former Maple Leafs defenceman Borje Salming helps Mats Sundin pull on a Toronto sweater for the first time. Sundin was a guest instructor at Salming's hockey school in Kiruna, Sweden. July 3, 1994. -PAUL HUNTER
MATS IN ACTION!
Toronto Maple Leafs Mats Sundin battles in front of the net with Philadelphia Flyers Jeremy Roenick and goaltender Roman Cechmanek during first period NHL playoff Game Three in Toronto, April 14, 2003. -HANS DERYK
Toronto Maple Leafs Mats Sundin is knocked off the puck by Philadelphia Flyers Marcus Ragnarsson in behind goaltender Roman Cechmanek during game five of their Eastern Conference quarter final in Philadelphia, April 19, 2003. -HANS DERYK
Toronto Maple Leafs Captain Mats Sundin flies through the air after being poke checked by Atlanta Thrashers goalie Johan Hedberg, in the shootout, Thrashers went on to win the shootout, making it 5-4 final for Atlanta over the leafs, Tuesday Oct. 23, 2007. -TANNIS TOOHEY
Mats Sundin reacts to Referee Greg Kimmerly after his last second overtime goal was disqualified, January 22, 2000, against the Washington Capitals, the buzzer went off as the puck slid in the net. -BERNARD WEIL
THE HALL OF FAME HAPPY FACE
Photographers loved Mats Sundin, whether the team was up by four or down by four, if a goal was scored while Mats was on the ice he was all smiles.
Toronto Maple Leafs Mats Sundin celebrates Alyn McCauley's tying goal with seven seconds left in the third period to go to overtime Sunday May 19, 2002 in Game two of the Eastern Conference finals. -HANS DERYK
Mats Sundin celebrates Nik Antropov's game winning goal in overtime as the Toronto Maple Leafs come back to defeat the Detroit Red Wings 3-2 in overtime in the 317th meeting in history with the Wings and their first at home since 2003, February 9, 2008. -STEVE RUSSELL
Say what you want, #13 took a beating!
Toronto Maple Leafs captain Mats Sundin shows the damage to his mouth after game in Toronto Saturday, April 5, 2003. Sundin had extensive dental work and stitches after being struck in the mouth with an errant puck earlier this week. -HANS DERYK
Toronto Maple Leaf captain Mats Sundin speaks with the media as he holds his broken wrist at a Leafs' practice in Toronto on Thursday, April 25, 2002. Sundin sat out Game four after playing nearly three games with a left wrist he broke blocking a shot in the first period of their NHL series with the New York Islanders. -HANS DERYK
Mats wasn't just great on the ice.
Mats Sundin makes some risotto as chef Jason Rosso and Darcy Tucker keep a safe distance back at the Maple Leafs' annual charitable "Have a Heart" dinner at the Boiler House Restaurant in the Distillery District, February 17, 2008. -STEVE RUSSELL
Toronto Maple Leafs captain Mats Sundin relaxes on a motorcycle waiting for his playing partners on the 17th tee of the Legends course at Lionhead Golf Club in Mississauga, Sept. 30, 2002. The bike was a hole-in-One prize at the Leafs Annual Charity Golf Tournament. -HANS DERYK
Maple Leafs captain, Mats Sundin, talks to a television crew at Brown Community Centre. Mats was on hand to launch the NHL street kids program in conjunction with Toronto parks and recreation November 12, 2006 -CARLOS OSORIO
THE MANY FACES OF MATS SUNDIN
We touched on the goal smile.
The Captain was very expressive.
INJURED - Toronto Maple Leafs captain Mats Sundin during practice at Lake Shore Lions Arena in Toronto, March 26, 2008. Sundin had been out of the Maple Leafs' line-up due to a groin injury. - ANDREW FRANCIS WALLACE
ODD - Leafs captain, Mats Sundin, gasps while restiung on the bench during a five on five drill during their practice in preparation of their first playoff game, April 9, 2001. -PETER POWER
DUCK - Toronto Maple Leafs team captain Mats Sundin looks grim as his team trails 5-0 against the New Jersey Devils during third period action of game three of the Eastern Conference Semi-final at the Continental Airlines Arena, May 1, 2000. -PETER POWER
MASQUERADE - Toronto Maple Leafs captain Mats Sundin has his eyes checked as the Leafs players go through physcials in Toronto on September 11, 2001. The players were to fly to St. John's, Newfoundland to begin their training camp but the flight was cancelled due to the terrorist attacks in the United States. -PAUL HUNTER
POUTY - Mats Sundin on the bench moments before the end of the game. Sweat,(or a tear) rolls down his cheek. The Toronto Maple Leafs were eliminated by the New Jersey Devils in game seven of the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals at the Continental Airlines Arena May 9, 2001. -PETER POWER