BOSTON (AP) -Toronto center Mats Sundin played his 1,300th career game in Thursday night's matchup against the Bruins , becoming the 46th player in NHL history to reach that mark.
Sundin, in his 17th season - 13th with Toronto - entered as the Maple Leafs' career leader in goals with 417 and points with 980.
Sundin has 552 career goals, four behind former Bruin Johnny Bucyk for 21st all time.

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