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Ovechkin leaps past Selanne in this major all-time stat category

Mike Armenti   ·   14 janvier 2020
Washington Capitals forward Alex Ovechkin has had a very decorated career, to say the very least. His long list of individual accolades begins with his Calder Trophy as the league's Rookie of the Year, way back in 2005-06 and was capped off with a Conn Smythe Trophy after being named Playoffs MVP during the 2017-18 playoffs, leading the Caps to their first Stanley Cup in franchise history.

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There's a lot of ground to cover in the years between, but a brief recap of his achievements include eight "Rocket" Richard Trophies, an Art Ross Trophy, three Hart Memorial Trophies and three Ted Lindsay Awards.

On Monday, Ovi has moved ever closer to the very elite 700 goals club when he surpassed "The Finnish Flash" Teemu Selanne for 11th on the all-time goals list with 686, just 14 shy of 700, good for 7th all-time, putting him ahead of legends like Mark Messier, Mario Lemieux and Steve Yzerman.



Selanne, who retired at age 43, following the 2013-14 season, had nothing but words of encouragement for his younger Russian counterpart, teasing the elusive "895" number that many are expecting Ovi to at least challenge for. That number, of course, being just one more than Wayne Gretzky's astonishing 894 career NHL goals, a record that most thought would never be - and may never be - touched.

Congrats, Ovi, on another amazing achievement in an already unbelievable pro hockey career.
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TOP 20 G A PTS
NAZEM KADRI
2 1 3
DYLAN LARKIN
1 2 3
NATHAN MACKINNON
2 - 2
TYLER BERTUZZI
1 1 2
RYAN GRAVES
1 1 2
ANDRE BURAKOVSKY
- 2 2
CALE MAKAR
- 2 2
MIKKO RANTANEN
- 2 2
MATTHEW NIETO
1 - 1
GIVANI SMITH
1 - 1
IAN COLE
- 1 1
ROBBY FABBRI
- 1 1
TYSON JOST
- 1 1
FILIP ZADINA
- 1 1
NIKITA ZADOROV
- 1 1
JUSTIN ABDELKADER
- - -
PIERRE-EDOUARD BELLEMARE
- - -
ALEX BIEGA
- - -
MADISON BOWEY
- - -
MATT CALVERT
- - -
COMPLETE LIST  
NHL LEADERS
POINTS GP PTS
CONNOR MCDAVID
49 76
LEON DRAISAITL
49 75
NATHAN MACKINNON
48 70
DAVID PASTRNAK
50 70
ARTEMI PANARIN
47 68
BRAD MARCHAND
50 65
JONATHAN HUBERDEAU
47 64
JACK EICHEL
48 62
PATRICK KANE
50 62
JOHN CARLSON
49 60
COMPLETE STANDINGS  
GOALS GP G
DAVID PASTRNAK
50 37
ALEXANDER OVECHKIN
49 34
AUSTON MATTHEWS
49 34
JACK EICHEL
48 28
NATHAN MACKINNON
48 28
COMPLETE STANDINGS  
ASSISTS GP A
CONNOR MCDAVID
49 49
LEON DRAISAITL
49 48
JOHN CARLSON
49 47
JONATHAN HUBERDEAU
47 46
BRAD MARCHAND
50 44
COMPLETE STANDINGS  
DEFENSEMEN GP PTS
JOHN CARLSON
49 60
ROMAN JOSI
47 48
VICTOR HEDMAN
46 41
DOUGIE HAMILTON
47 40
ALEX PIETRANGELO
49 40
COMPLETE STANDINGS  
ROOKIES GP PTS
CALE MAKAR
40 35
VICTOR OLOFSSON
42 35
QUINN HUGHES
48 34
DOMINIK KUBALIK
48 32
NICK SUZUKI
50 27
COMPLETE STANDINGS  
WINS GP W
ANDREI VASILEVSKIY
35 24
JORDAN BINNINGTON
35 22
FREDERIK ANDERSEN
39 22
CONNOR HELLEBUYCK
41 21
CAREY PRICE
40 20
COMPLETE STANDINGS  
SHUTOUTS GP SO
CONNOR HELLEBUYCK
41 4
JAMES REIMER
20 3
ELVIS MERZLIKINS
20 3
JAROSLAV HALAK
23 3
TRISTAN JARRY
24 3
COMPLETE STANDINGS  

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