We are extremely proud to have Mats continue as captain of the Toronto Maple LeafsToronto center Mats Sundin stays put Feb 27, 2008
We look forward to having Michael back in the playoffsBroken leg sidelines Michael Peca Dec 24, 2006
I think you would have to say he's very versatileUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup May 22, 2006
This change is much about the future and where we're going as an organization, as much as it is what has transpired herePat Quinn fired as Maple Leafs' GM Apr 20, 2006
Alex's desire to continue to play through the injury speaks highly of his commitment to the team and to our fansMogilny out 10 weeks after surgery Nov 26, 2003
John Ferguson (15 March 1830 – 30 March 1906) was a Scottish-born Australian politician. Born in Banffshire, he received a primary education before becoming a carpenter. He migrated to Australia in 1855, becoming a goldminer and carpenter, and then a builder and contractor at Rockhampton in Queensland. He was also a company director. He served on Rockhampton Council, including a period as mayor in 1880. In 1881 he was elected to the Queensland Legislative Assembly for Rockhampton, holding the seat until 1888. In 1894 he was elected to the Queensland Legislative Council. He successfully contested the Australian Senate in the 1901 federal election for the Free Trade Party, but did not resign his seat in the Legislative Council. (Holding seats in both state and federal legislatures simultaneously was not yet forbidden by the Australian Constitution.) Ferguson's interest remained in state politics and he seldom attended the Senate, leading to his seat being declared vacant on 6 October 1903, shortly before the 1903 federal election, which Ferguson did not contest. He continued in the Legislative Council until his death in 1906.