Found October 29, 2011 on Pro Sports Daily:
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The Toronto Maple Leafs will honor Mats Sundin on Feb. 11 when they raise his No. 13 jersey to the rafters at the Air Canada Centre. Sundin will be recognized prior to the Maple Leafs' home game against the Original Six rival Montreal Canadiens. The first overall pick of the 1989 draft, Sundin played for Toronto from 1994-08, collecting 420 goals and 567 assists in 981 games. He retired in 2009.
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