Mats Sundin was drafted first overall in the 1989 NHL draft by the Quebec
As a large (6' 5", 230 lb.) center, Sundin was able to remain durable on the ice, playing in at least 70 games per season for all but two of his 18 NHL seasons. He did this while remaining no stranger to the penalty box, racking up a career 1,093 penalty minutes.
Sundin was also no stranger to the back of the hockey net, as he put 564 pucks in goal during his 18 NHL seasons. Pair this with his 785 assists, and you have his tremendous total of 1,349 career points.
Sundin's strongest season offensively came in 1992-93, when he had 114 points (47 goals and 67 assists).
Did you know............Mats Sundin is the first European born player to be named Captain of the Toronto Maple Leafs?
Number 13 in Other Sports
NFL Number 13
MLB Number 13