Written By: Mark ôThe Hard Hitterö Ritter
Say what you will about Mats Sundin; today, one of the classiest players to ever don an NHL jersey retired from hockey, and the NHL is weaker for having lost him.
Sundin played 1,346 NHL regular season games and along the way collected 564 goals and 785 assists, good enough for 1,349 points. For the record, that ranks Sundin 25th overall in NHL history, just behind legendary Montreal Canadiens forward Guy Lafleur, who had 1,353 points in 1,126 career NHL regular season games.
Sundin, who was arguably the best player to ever don the Blue and White, will always be remembered as a player who constantly (at least until the whole trade deadline debacle) put the team before himself and a guy who could flat-out play.
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Article written by Mark Ritter