The Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan said Friday that it does not intend to sell its 79.5 per cent stake in Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment Ltd. (MLSE). Teachers’ said in a release that it put its ownership share in the company, which owns the Toronto Maple Leafs, under review. “Following various unsolicited expressions of interest in MLSE, Teachers' and its advisors began a process in March of this year to review its ownership stake in the company,” Teachers said in a release. “Teachers' has concluded this eight-month process with the decision to maintain its stake in MLSE, which has been and continues to be a very successful investment.” The Globe and Mail reported Friday that MSLE’s CEO Richard Peddie has delayed his retirement from the position until Dec. 31, 2011. The Globe said the leading candidate for Mr. Peddie’s position is Tom Anselmi, the executive vice-president and chief operating officer of MSLE.