In the latest edition of NHL Status News, Edmonton Oilers stars have joined elite companies in multiple ways, with Aston Mathews scoring goals. We then head to the Florida Panthers and Minnesota Wild where franchise records have been broken, the St. Louis Blues franchise total wins and many more stats and milestones.
Dresitol and McDavid again dominated the scoresheet
Leon DrySite is the 24th player in NHL history to record a 50-goal, 100-point season. He is the fourth player in franchise history to join multiple 50-goal seasons (two), Wayne Gretsky (eight), Zari Curie (four) and Glenn Anderson (two). Joining Alex Ovechkin (eight) and Steven Stamkos (two), DrySittle is the third active player to record multiple five-goal seasons. The seventh player in franchise history, DrySite, with three or more 100-point seasons.
Connor McDavid holds the fourth-highest 40-goal season in franchise history (three), followed by Gretzky (nine), Currie (seven) and Anderson (four). McDavid is the third player in franchise history to record 40 goals and 100 points in three or more seasons, joining Gretzky (nine) and Currie (six).
McDavid and Dresital joined a rare company of teammates to reach the 100-point mark for the first time in a season. Partners to do this: Phil Esposito and Bobby Orr (1974-75), Esposito, Orr, and Ken Hodge (1973-74), Esposito, Orr, Hodge, and John Busick (1970-71), Gretzky and Paul Coffey (1983). ) -84), Gretzky and Currie (1986-87 and 1984-85), and Mario Lemieux, Jerome Jagar, and Ron Francis (1995-96).
Zach Hyman tied for the most goals by a single player in a new team this season (24). Tyson Barry is the first Oysters defenseman to record three points this season.
Austin Mathews has scored 250 goals
Matthews is the eighth fastest player in NHL history to score 250 goals in his career (397 GP). Only Gretzky (302 GP), Mike Bossy (315 GP), Lemieux (324 GP), Brett Hull (328 GP), Ovechkin (366 GP), Teemu Selanne (388 GP), and Kurri (389 GP) have worked so fast. . Matthews is the 10th player in franchise history to score 250 goals.
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Mitch Marner tied Doug Gilmore for the most points in franchise history (55) 30 game span.
Panthers Clinch, Huberdeau set the franchise record
The Panthers set the 20th instance where a team won after trailing by four or more goals in the third period. They were also the last team to do so in 2019 vs. Boston Bruins. The Panthers did it on the street, for the 10th time in NHL history where a team did it. It was also in the game against the Bruins. It was the first season in their history when the Panthers were the first team to take a place in the playoffs.
Jonathan Huberdeau holds the record for most points in a single season in franchise history (97), surpassing Alexander Barkov (96 in 2018-19).
Kirill Kaprizov has set a new franchise record
Kirill Kaprizov has surpassed Marian Gabrik (63) to set a franchise record with the most points in a single season (65).
The first goal scorer in the history of the Mark-Andre Flurry franchise to win his first three games with the team. The Wild franchise scored the second-fastest two goals to start a game in history (1:37). The fastest two to start a game were scored in 2011 at 1:01.
Blues All-Time Win Total and Huso Shines
Ville Huso has joined Jacob Markstrom (9-0-2 vs. Metropolitan Division) this season without a loss to one of the two goal scorers against the singles division (9-0-1 vs. Pacific Division).
The Blues won their 1967 game. The franchise entered the league in 1967. The Blues have scored in the last two minutes of a game three times this season, second only to the Columbus Blue Jackets (four).
Statistics and milestones from around the NHL
- Keith Yandle’s all-time Iron-Man Streak ended in a 989 drawn game.
- The Jetty Miller is the 42nd player in franchise history to record 200 points. He is the third fastest player to record 200 points with a franchise (190 GP), trailing Pavel Burre (174 GP) and Alexander Mogilini (179 GP). Below 200 GP they are the only three.
- Jeremy Swaiman is the seventh rookie goaltender to record 20 wins for the Bruins. Only three goal scorers for the franchise since 1967-68 – Tukka Rusk (22 in 2009-10), Andrew Reckroft (29 in 2003-04), and Marco Baron (22 in 1981-82).
- Jack Hughes recorded the fourth-longest goal for a New Jersey Devils player of 20 years or younger (four games), followed by Barry Beck (six in 1977-78) and Wolf Payment (six in 1975-76 and 1974-75).
- Tyler Seguin holds the franchise record for most assists in a single time (three). The last player of the Dallas Stars was Corey Perry (2019).
- Josh Norris recorded the first hat-trick of his career. He scored his 15th power-play goal of the season, the most by an Ottawa senator since Danny Hitley (2008-09).
- Yeger Sharongovich recorded the first hat-trick of his career.
- Nathan McKinnon has recorded the 400th assist of his career.
- Alex Touch has recorded the 100th assist of his career.
- Anje Kopitar played the 1200th game of his career.
- Darren Helm has played the 600th game of his career.
- Tyler Ennis played the 600th game of his career. He left the game early and is probably done for the season.
- Charlie McAvoy has played the 300th game of his career.
Several players have hit game-playing milestones over the past few days when the Iron-Man streak ended due to a healthy scratch. Stay up to date with all the stats and milestones of your favorite players and teams. News of NHL stats comes to you every few days.
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