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Crosby gets his 1000th point

by Ryan Dadoun
Updated On: October 4, 2018, 4:04 pm ET

Just a little over a month after Alex Ovechkin reached the 1,000-point mark, the other big superstar from the 2005-06 rookie class joined him.  Sidney Crosby had a goal and two assists last night, pushing him up to 1,002 points in total.  He's the 86th player to ever reach that mark and one of eighth active players in that club.


He's also likely the last player to join that list in 2016-17 after Ovechkin and Henrik Sedin also reached that milestone this season.  The next closest in Daniel Sedin, but he's still 26 points away and would have to finish strong to close that gap.  After him, . Shane Doan is 36 points shy and might never make it there given that it's entirely possible that the 40-year-old will hang up his skates this summer.  Those are the only two even close given that Henrik Zetterberg is the next highest with 877 career points.

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Jimmy Vesey found the back of the net for the second straight game.  The Rangers rookie has 14 goals and 22 points in 56 contests.


Andrew Ladd netted a pair of goals for the Islanders.  He has 14 goals and 20 points in 52 contests.


John Tavares assisted on two of the Islanders' four goals.  That gives him 20 goals and 48 points in 56 games.


Thomas Greiss turned aside 25 of 27 shots last night.  He has a 18-10-3 record, 2.53 GAA, and .919 save percentage in 32 contests.


Henrik Lundqvist stopped 19 of 23 Islanders shots.  That ended his five-game winning streak.




Mike Condon kicked out 21 shots to get his fifth shutout of the season.  He has a 17-9-5 record, 2.45 GAA, and .915 save percentage in 33 contests.


Taylor Hall fired a team-high three shots against Condon.  He has 13 goals on 157 shots, which gives him a 8.3 shooting percentage.


Dion Phaneuf netted the game-winning goal.  He's on a four-game point streak, bringing him up to 24 points in 55 contests.


Fellow blueliner Erik Karlsson also found the back of the net.  He has nine goals and 47 points in 55 games.


Cory Schneider stopped 32 of 34 shots on Thursday.  He has a 18-17-8 record, 2.64 GAA, and .913 save percentage in 44 games in 2016-17.


PENGUINS 4 JETS 3 (Overtime)


As mentioned above, Sidney Crosby got his 1,000th point.  In all he had a goal and two assists last night, giving him 31 goals and 64 points this season.


Kris Letang assisted on three of the Penguins' four goals.  He has five markers and 32 points in 38 contests.


Patrik Laine followed up his hat trick on Tuesday with another goal Thursday night.  It was the Winnipeg rookie's 27th goal and 48th point in 52 games.


Connor Hellebuyck surrendered four goals on 39 shots.  He has a 18-15-2 record, 2.80 GAA, and .910 save percentage in 40 games.


Marc-Andre Fleury kicked out 44 of 47 Jets shots.  He faced 17 shots in the second frame alone and another 16 in the third.




Robin Lehner turned aside all 23 shots he faced.  This was his second shutout of the season and the fifth of his career.


Mark Barberio accounted for six of the Avalanche's 23 shots.  Prior to Thursday's contest he had been credited with just 36 SOG over 32 games.


Sam Reinhart netted the game-winning goal.  He has 13 markers and 37 points in 58 games in 2016-17.


Evander Kane accounted for Buffalo's other marker.  It was his 19th goal and 29th point in 46 contests.




Jacob Markstrom saved 17 of 21 St. Louis shots.  He has a 10-11-3 record, 2.63 GAA, and .910 save percentage in 26 contests.


Henrik Sedin netted a goal for the Canucks.  That gives the Canucks forward 12 goals and 35 points in 58 games in 2016-17.


Kevin Shattenkirk assisted on three of St. Louis' four goals.  He has 11 goals and 42 points in 58 contests.


Alexander Steen scored the game-winning goal and recorded an assist.  He has 12 goals and 39 points in 52 games.


Jake Allen allowed three goals on 23 shots to get his fourth straight win.  His record is up to 22-14-3 and he owns a 2.68 GAA and .903 save percentage in 42 contests.




Cody Eakin scored the Stars' only goal.  He has two goals and eight points in 37 games in 2016-17.


Kari Lehtonen turned aside 23 of 26 shots.  He's allowed at least three goals in five of his last seven contests.


Erik Haula scored the game-winning goal and registered an assist.  He has 12 goals and 20 points in 47 games.


Ryan Suter also found the back of the net for Minnesota.  He has eight markers and 31 points in 57 contests.


Darcy Kuemper saved 34 of 35 Dallas shots.  The Wild backup has a 7-3-3 record, 3.05 GAA, and .910 save percentage in 13 starts.




Connor McDavid scored a goal and recorded two assists last night.  He has 19 goals and a league-leading 66 points in 58 games.


Ryan Nugent-Hopkins scored the game-winning goal and recorded an assist.  That gives him 12 goals and 28 points in 58 contests.


Brayden Schenn scored a goal and registered an assist for Philadelphia.  He has 17 goals and 37 points in 55 games this season.


Michal Neuvirth stopped just 19 of 25 shots last night.  He has a 9-7-1 record, 2.82 GAA, and .890 save percentage in 21 contests.


Cam Talbot surrendered three goals on 36 shots.  He has a 29-16-7 record, 2.37 GAA, and .920 save percentage in 52 starts.




Jordan Martinook scored a pair of goals and registered an assist for Arizona.  He has 10 goals and 21 points in 51 games, which is just three points shy of his career-high.


Brendan Perlini found the back of the net twice.  The Coyotes rookie has 10 goals and 14 points in 31 contests.


Mike Smith saved 41 of 44 shots Thursday night.  He has a 15-15-6 record,2.84 GAA, and .918 save percentage in 37 starts this season.


Peter Budaj only kicked out 17 of 21 shots.  He's been having a good season, but he's gone cold lately with 16 goals allowed in his last four starts.


Tanner Pearson scored two goals and registered an assist in the losing effort.  That was his second straight three-point game, bringing him up to 32 points in 54 contests.

Ryan Dadoun

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