the Captain of the Washington capitals ‘ Alexander Ovechkin broke into the top three NHL players to have scored more than one goal per game in a club. This happened after the match of his club against the “Ottawa senators” in which the Russians scored twice.
“Washington” caused “the senators” a crushing defeat with the score 6:1, and Ovechkin scored twice. This game was 34-year-old hockey player 138th in which he scored more than one goal in the “KEPS”.
Now according to this indicator, it has overtaken the great Wayne Gretzky. Canadians are 137 of these games for the Edmonton oilers.
Alex Ovechkin now has the third-most multi-goal games for a single franchise in NHL history — one more than Wayne Gretzky had with Edmonton.
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— NHL Public Relations (@PR_NHL) January 8, 2020
the Leader of this rating is Mario Lemieux, whose assets 154 games with two or more goals for Pittsburgh. The second line from Gordie Howe – he’s got the same 145 games for the “Detroit Red wings”.