The Avalanche are the first team to 100 points

The Avalanche are the first team to 100 points

Here are the results of the nine games on display yesterday.

1. The Avalanche reach the 100-point mark this season

With the Avalanche’s 2-1 win over the Flames, the team became the first to break the 100-point plateau this season.

Colorado thus becomes the ninth club in 45 years to reach 100 points in 67 games or less.

In the win, Valeri Nichushkin scored both goals.

In his first game with the Avalanche, Artturi Lehkonen finished with three shots on goal.

2. 70-point season for Sidney Crosby

With a goal in a losing cause, Sidney Crosby once again hit the 70-point career milestone. Among active players, he is first with Alex Ovechkin and Joe Thornton for the most 70-point seasons (12).

The Penguins captain is also guaranteed to finish the season with an average of one point per game, his 17th career.

Only Wayne Gretzky has more point-per-game seasons than Crosby in NHL history (19).

3. Seventh game in a row with a point for Mitch Marner

Players who have been on fire for a few games, we cannot miss Mitch Marner. The Leafs forward had a goal and an assist yesterday in a big win over the Bruins, Marner had at least one point in his seventh straight game.

Since the start of 2022, only Johnny Gaudreau and Matthew Tkachuk have more points than Marner. Impressive!

4. Sebastian Aho beats his coach

With his 30th goal of the season, Hurricanes forward Sebastian Aho now has three seasons of that many goals in his career with the team.

In franchise history, only Eric Staal (5), Blaine Stoughton (4), Pat Verbeek (4) and Geoff Sanderson (4) have more than him.

He also edged head coach Rod Brind’Amour for fourth in goals in franchise history.

A lot of

– Nice gesture from the Preds.

– Tyler Toffoli is a big help to the Flames.

– Merchant recidivism.

– Upcoming suspension?

– Big fight involving Nicolas Deslauriers.

Besides, he was bleeding profusely afterwards.

– Six three-point players.


– Quieter evening tonight.

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