Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 25 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
|How many goals did he score in his season-high (in the 20th century)?||Mats Sundin
47. With the Quebec Nordiques.
|How many Stanley Cups did Mats win during the 1990s?||Mats Sundin
16 . .. and the first Europeon to be captain of the Leafs.
Quebec Nordiques. He played in Quebec until traded to the Leafs on June 28th, 1994.
|Mats Sundin was the captain of which NHL team in 2001?||Mats Sundin
|How many points has Sundin scored internationally?||Mats Sundin
77. Sundin played 65 games, scored 31 goals, 46 assists, 77 points, and 52 PIMs in international play.
114. Sundin scored 114 points in his third year of NHL play with the Quebec Nordiques. He scored 47 goals and 67 assists that season.
During the 2009-10 season. Sundin officially announced that he would retire during the 2009-10 season. However, it was expected to happen at the end of the 2008-09 campaign.
|How many goals did Sundin score in his NHL career?||Mats Sundin
564. Sundin became the first Toronto Maple Leaf to score 500 goals while playing for the blue and white.
|For how many consecutive seasons did Mats score at least 70 points?||Mats Sundin
12. Sundin did so with the Toronto Maple Leafs and absolutely dominated other teams, players, and goaltenders.
|Sundin was selected first overall at the 1989 NHL Entry Draft. Where was this draft held?||Mats Sundin
Bloomington, Minnesota. Sundin was selected ahead of three draft busts, Dave Chyzowski, Scott Thornton, and Stu Barnes. Other notable stars in this draft are Bill Guerin, Bobby Holik, Mike Sillinger, Olaf Kolzig, and Adam Foote.
February 13, 1971. Sundin was born on the 13th of February, that adds on yet another 13 in his resume.
|In which countries did Sundin play in representing team Sweden internationally?||Mats Sundin
Finland, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, & Czechoslovakia. Sundin played for Team Sweden many times in his illustrious career, and he capped it off with a gold medal in the 2006 Turino Winter Olympics.
|For how many seasons did Mats Sundin play for the Toronto Maple Leafs?||Mats Sundin
13. Sundin played for Toronto for 13 seasons wearing #13. The legend was able to wear the "lucky" number for his entire career in the NHL and in international play.