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PLAYER PROFILE:
66 Mario Lemieux
Pittsburgh Penguins
Drafted in the 1984 NHL Draft,
1st Round, 1st Overall.
Mario Lemieux Position: Center
Height: 6'-4"
Weight: 225 lbs.
Birthdate: October 5, 1965
Birthplace: Montreal, Quebec
Residence: Pittsburgh, PA
Shoots: Right
Last Amateur Club: Laval Voisins QMJHL 1983-84.

SEASON RECORDS

REGULAR SEASON
Year Team

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

+/-

PP

SH

GW

GT

S Pct
1981-82 Laval Voisins QMJHL

64

30

66

96

22

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

1982-83 Laval Voisins QMJHL

66

84

100

184

76

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

1983-84 Laval Voisins QMJHL

70

133

149

282

92

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

1984-85 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL

73

43

57

100

54

-35

11

0

2

0

209

20.6

1985-86 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL

79

48

93

141

43

-6

17

0

4

0

276

17.4

1986-87 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL

63

54

53

107

57

13

19

0

4

0

267

20.2

1987-88 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL

77

70

98

168

92

23

22

10

7

0

382

18.3

1988-89 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL

76

85

114

199

100

41

31

13

8

0

313

27.2

1989-90 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL

59

45

78

123

78

-18

14

3

4

0

226

19.9

1990-91 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL

26

19

26

45

30

8

6

1

2

0

89

21.3

1991-92 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL

64

44

87

131

94

27

12

4

5

0

249

17.7

1992-93 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL

60

69

91

160

38

55

16

6

10

0

286

24.1

1993-94 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL

22

17

20

37

32

-2

7

0

4

0

92

18.5

1995-96 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL

70

69

92

161

54

10

31

8

8

0

338

20.4

1996-97 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL

76

50

72

122

65

27

15

2

7

0

319

15.3

2000-01 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL

43

35

41

76

18

15

16

1

5

0

171

20.47

2001-02 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL

24

6

25

31

14

0

2

0

0

0

75

8

2001-02 Canada OLYMPICS

5

2

4

6

0

4

0

0

0

--

9

--

2002-03 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL

67

28

63

91

43

-4

10

0

3

0

148

13.51

2003-04 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL

10

1

8

9

6

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

SIXTEEN (16) NHL SEASONS

889

683

1018

1701

818

154

229

49

73

0

3448

19.55


POST-SEASON
Year Team

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

+/-

PP

SH

GW

GT

S Pct
1981-82 Laval Voisins QMJHL

8

5

9

14

31

-- -- -- -- -- -- --
1982-83 Laval Voisins QMJHL

12

14

18

32

18

-- -- -- -- -- -- --
!983-84 Laval Voisins QMJHL

14

29

23

52

29

-- -- -- -- -- -- --
1988-89 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL

11

12

7

19

16

-1 7 1 0 0 41 29.27
1990-91 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL

23

16

28

44

16

14 6 2 0 0 93 17.2
1991-92 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL

15

16

18

34

2

6 8 2 5 0 69 23.19
1992-93 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL

11

8

10

18

10

2 3 1 1 0 40 20
1993-94 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL

6

4

3

7

2

-4 1 0 0 0 23 17.39
1995-96 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL

18

11

16

27

33

3 3 1 2 0 78 14.1
1996-97 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL

5

3

3

6

4

-4 0 0 0 0 19 15.8
2000-01 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL

18

6

11

17

4

4 1 0 3 0 39 15.38
EIGHT (8) NHL POST-SEASONS

107

76

96

172

87

20 29 7 11 0 402 18.91

AWARDS & ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Milestones Achieved:

  • 1000th Assist: 2/8/03 at Boston.
  • 900th Assist: 2/25/01 vs. New York Islanders.
  • 800th Assist: 3/26/96 vs. St. Louis.
  • 800th Game: 1/12/02 vs. St. Louis.
  • 700th Game: 12/17/96 vs. Boston.
  • 600th Goal: 2/4/97 vs. Vancouver.
  • 500th Goal: 10/26/95 at New York Islanders.
  • 1700th Point: 10/29/03 vs. New York Islanders.
  • 1600th Point: 2/27/02 vs. Los Angeles.
  • 1500th Point: 12/30/00 vs. Detroit.
  • 1400th Point: 11/30/96 vs. Boston.
  • 1300th Point: 1/5/96 vs. Detroit.
  • 1000th Point: 3/24/92 at Detroit.

Milestones Within Reach:

  • 700th Goal: 683

Facts:

  • First NHL Game: Oct. 11, 1984 at Boston.
  • First NHL Goal: Oct. 11, 1984 at Boston vs Pete Peeters.
  • First NHL Point: Oct. 11, 1984 at Boston.
  • Most Goals, Game:
    • 5 Goal-Games: 4 times.
      • Dec. 31, 1988 vs New Jersey.
      • April 25, 1989 vs Flyers.
      • April 9, 1993 vs NY Rangers.
      • Mar. 26, 1996 vs St. Louis.
    • 4 Goal-Games: 9 times.
    • 3 Goal-Games: 25 times.
  • Most Assists, Game:
    • 6 Assist-Games: 3 times.
      • Oct. 15, 1988 vs St. Louis.
      • Dec. 5, 1992 vs San Jose.
      • Nov. 1, 1995 vs Tampa Bay.
  • Most Points, Game:
    • 8 Point-Games: 3 times.
      • Oct. 15, 1988 vs St. Louis (2 goals, 6 assists).
      • Dec. 31, 1988 vs New Jersey (5 goals, 3 assists).
      • April 25, 1989 vs Flyers (five goals, 3 assists).
  • Longest Scoring Streak: 46 Games.
  • Most Penalty Minutes, Game: 24 - Nov. 26, 1988 vs Philadelphia.
  • Stanley Cup Championships: 1991, 1992.
  • NHL All-Star Games: 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1996, 1997, 2001, 2002.

Records:

  • Highest goal-per-game average: .823
  • Short-handed goals, single-season: 13 (1988-1989)
  • Goals, playoff game: 5 (April 25, 1989)
  • Game-winning goals, single-season playoffs: 5 (1992)
  • Points, playoff game: 8 (April 25, 1989)
  • Goals, playoff game-one period: 4 (April 25, 1989)
  • Points, All-Star game: 6 (1988)
  • Goals, All-Star game: 4 (1990)
  • Goals, Penguins rookie: 43 (1984-1985)
  • Assists, Penguins rookie: 57 (1984-1985)
  • Points, Penguins rookie: 100 (1984-1985)
  • Goals, Penguins single-season: 85 (1988-1989)
  • Assists, Penguins single-season: 114 (1988-1989)
  • Points, Penguins single-season: 199 (1988-1989)

Notables:

  • Third rookie in NHL history to score 100 points in a season (1984-1985)
  • Involved in 57.3% of team's goals in 1988-1989, the highest % in NHL history
  • One of three players to record over 100 assists in a single season (1988-1989)
  • Second fastest player to reach 1,000 points in a career
  • Became only player in history to score even-strength, power-play, shorthanded, penalty shot and empty net goals in a single game. (December 31, 1988)
  • Became 20th player in NHL history to score 500 goals
  • Became 9th player in NHL history to score 1,400 career points
  • Lead NHL in goals 3 seasons
  • Lead NHL in assists 4 seasons
  • Lead NHL in points 6 seasons
  • One of only four players in league history to have won five or more scoring titles
  • One of only three players in league history to have won the Calder, Hart, Ross and Smythe Trophies
  • Holds the highest goal-per-game average in league history
  • Holds the second highest points-per-game average in league history
  • Penguins' all-time leader in goals, assists and points
  • Elected to Hockey Hall of Fame in 1997

Awards:

  • 1982-83 Season:
    • QMJHL Second All-Star Team
  • 1983-84 Season:
    • Canadian Major Junior Player of the Year
    • QMJHL First All-Star Team
  • 1984-85 Season:
    • Calder Memorial Trophy
    • NHL All-Rookie Team
    • Sporting News Rookie of the Year
    • All-Star Game MVP
  • 1985-86 Season:
    • Lester B. Pearson Award
    • NHL Second Team All-Star
  • 1986-87 Season:
    • NHL Second Team All-Star
  • 1987-88 Season:
    • Lester B. Pearson Award
    • Art Ross Trophy
    • Hart Trophy
    • NHL First Team All-Star
    • Sporting News NHL Player of the Year
    • All-Star Game MVP
    • Dodge Performance of the Year Award
    • Dodge Performer of the Year Award
  • 1988-89 Season:
    • Art Ross Trophy
    • NHL First Team All-Star
    • Sporting News NHL Player of the Year
    • Dodge Performer of the Year Award
    • Dodge Ram Tough Award
  • 1989-90 Season:
    • All-Star Game MVP
  • 1990-91 Season:
    • Conn Smythe Trophy
  • 1991-92 Season:
    • Art Ross Trophy
    • Conn Smythe Trophy
    • NHL Second Team All-Star
    • Pro-Set/NHL Player of the Year
  • 1992-93 Season:
    • Lester B. Pearson Award
    • Hart Trophy
    • Bill Masterton Trophy
    • Art Ross Trophy
    • NHL First Team All-Star
    • Sporting News NHL Player of the Year
    • Alka-Seltzer Plus Award
  • 1995-96 Season:
    • Lester B. Pearson Award
    • Hart Trophy
    • Art Ross Trophy
    • NHL First Team All-Star
    • Sporting News NHL Player of the Year
  • 1996-97 Season:
    • Lester B. Pearson Award
    • Art Ross Trophy
    • NHL First Team All-Star
  • November 17, 1997:
    • Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame (they waived the recommended three-year waiting period)
  • November 19, 1997:
    • Lemieux's number (66) was retired by the Pittsburgh Penguins.
  • December 27, 2000:
    • Comes out of retirement
  • 1999-00 Season:
    • Lester Patrick Trophy
  • 2001-02 Season:
    • Olympic Gold Medal Team Canada

TRANSACTIONS

June, 1984:

  • Drafted by Pittsburgh in the first round (first overall) of 1984 Entry Draft.

April 26, 1997:

  • Retired.

December 12, 2000:

  • Lemieux returns to the NHL.

INJURIES

July 11, 1990:

  • back surgery to remove a herniated disk.

Jan. 12, 1993:

  • Penguins announce Mario is suffering from Hodgkin's Disease and will begin treatment immediately. He had radiation treatment from February 1 to March 2.

July 28, 1993:

  • back surgery to remove herniated muscle.

Aug. 29, 1994:

  • Penguins announce Mario will take a medical leave of absence, and miss every game in the 1994-95 season.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

1984-85 Season:

  • Became just the third rookie in NHL history to record 100 or more points in a season.
  • Won the Calder Trophy as Rookie of the Year and was named to the All-Rookie Team.
  • Scored a goal in his first game on his first shift and first shot Oct. 11 at Boston vs. Pete Peeters.
  • Still holds the club rookie record for goals (43), assists (57) and points (100) in a season.

1985-86 Season:

  • Ranked second in the league in scoring with 141 points (48+93).
  • Had a 28-game scoring streak from Jan. 11 to Mar. 15, recording 59 points (21+38).
  • Finished second in the Hart Trophy voting and named to the NHL Second All-Star Team.
  • Won Lester B. Pearson Award.

1986-87 Season:

  • Led the Penguins in goals (54), assists (53) and points (107) despite playing in only 63 games.
  • Tied for third in the league in points and goals.

1987-88 Season:

  • Won his first Hart Trophy and the Art Ross Trophy, leading the league with 70 goals and 168 points.
  • Won his second Lester B. Pearson Award and was named Dodge NHL Performer of the Year.

1988-89 Season:

  • Won his second straight Art Ross Trophy, recording a career-high 199 points.
  • Led the league with 85 goals and tied for the league lead in assists with 114.
  • His 85 goals were the third highest single season total in NHL history and he became only the second player (Gretzky) to record 70-or-more goals in two different seasons.
  • Became just the third player (Bobby Orr and Gretzky) to record over 100 assists in a season in league history.
  • Scored 13 short-handed goals to set an NHL record.
  • Led the NHL with 31 power play goals.
  • Was involved in 57.3% of the teams goals, the highest percentage in league history.
  • Set a club record with five goals Dec. 31 vs. New Jersey, becoming the first player in NHL history to record an even strength, power play, short-handed, penalty shot and empty net goal in a game.
  • Named to the NHL First All-Star team and was Dodge NHL Performer of the Year.
  • Led the team with 19 points (12+7) in the playoffs, ranking fourth in the league in goals.
  • Tied an NHL record for points in a playoff game with eight (5+3) Apr. 25 vs. Philadelphia.

1989-90 Season:

  • Finished fourth in league scoring with 123 points (45+78), despite missing 21 games due to back problems.
  • Recorded a 46-game point streak, second-longest in league history, from Oct. 31 to Feb.11, recording 103 points (39+64).
  • The streak came to an end Feb. 14 at the Rangers when his back forced him to leave the game after one period.

1990-91 Season:

  • Missed the first 50 games of the season recovering from back surgery July 11.
  • Returned to the lineup Jan. 26 at Quebec and recorded three assists.
  • Had a point in 22 of his 26 games.
  • Led the league in playoff scoring with 44 points.
  • Ranked first in assists with 28 and tied for second in goals with 16.
  • Won the Conn Smythe Trophy as Playoff MVP, leading the Penguins to their first Stanley Cup.

1991-92 Season:

  • Won his third scoring title, recording 131 points.
  • Ranked second in the league with 87 assists and tied for seventh in goals with 44, despite playing in only 64 games.
  • Recorded his 1,000th career point Mar. 24 at Detroit in his 513th career game, second fastest in league history (Gretzky in 424).
  • Won Conn Smythe Trophy for second consecutive year as MVP of the Playoffs, leading the league in points (34), goals (16), power play goals (8) and game-winning goals (5), despite missing six games in the Penguins run to a second straight Stanley Cup.
  • Recorded six points (3+3) Apr. 23 vs. Washington, including an NHL playoff-tying four points in a period.
  • Became the first player to record four points in a playoff period on two occasions (Apr. 25, 1989 vs. Philadelphia).

1992-93 Season:

  • Won the Hart Trophy.
  • Recorded 160 points (69+91), the fourth-highest total of his career, despite playing in only 60 games.
  • Won the Lester B. Pearson Award as NHLPA MVP, the Masterton Trophy, and was named to the NHL First All-Star team.
  • Ranked third in the league in goals and had the highest goals per game average in the league (1.15).
  • Ranked fourth in the league in assists.
  • Had a points per game average of 2.67, third highest in NHL history.
  • The Penguins announced on Jan. 12 that he was diagnosed with a Nodular Lymphocytic form of Hodgkin’s Disease.
  • Treatment in the form of radiation began on Feb. 1 and ended Mar. 2.
  • Returned to the lineup Mar. 2 at Philadelphia, recording two points (1+1).
  • Picked up a point in 18 of his next 20 games after returning to the lineup, totaling 56 points (30+26).
  • Scored a club record 18 goals in March.
  • Recorded back-to-back four-goal games Mar. 18 vs. Washington and Mar. 20 vs. Philadelphia.
  • Notched a club-record tying five goals Apr. 9 at the Rangers.
  • Led the team with 18 points (8+10) in 11 playoff games.

1993-94 Season:

  • Missed the first 10 games of the season after having surgery July 28 to repair a herniated muscle in his back.
  • Recorded 37 points (17+20) in 22 games.

1994-95 Season:

  • Took a medical leave of absence for the season.

1995-96 Season:

  • Won the Hart Trophy as League MVP.
  • Led the league with 161 points (69+92).
  • His 161 points was his third highest total ever and the 12th highest total in league history.
  • Named to the NHL First All Star team.
  • Led the league in goals with 69.
  • Led the league with 31 power play goals, which tied for the third-highest single-season total in league history.
  • Tallied a point in 63 of his 70 games, including 43 multi-point games and six hat tricks.
  • Tied his club record for goals in a game with five vs. St. Louis Mar. 26.
  • Scored his 500th goal Oct. 28 at the Islanders.
  • Was the second-fastest player to reach 500 goals (605 games).
  • Only Gretzky reached the milestone in less games, 575.
  • Ranked second in playoff scoring with 27 points (11+16).
  • Tied for second in goals and assists.
  • Had a point in 15 of 18 playoff games, including eight multi-point games.
  • Recorded four assists Apr. 22 at Washington in Game Three, tying a team playoff record for assists in a game.

1996-97 Season:

  • Won the Art Ross Trophy for the sixth time, leading the league with 122 points (50+72).
  • Named to the NHL First All-Star team for the fifth time in his career.
  • Was his 10th career 100-point season, second most in NHL history (Gretzky – 15).
  • Tied for third in the league in goals and tied for first in assists.
  • Tied an NHL record scoring four goals in the third period Jan. 26 at Montreal.
  • Had a 15-game point streak from Dec. 17-Jan. 21, recording 38 points (15+23).
  • Had 35 multi-point games, including 12 multi-goal games.
  • Named NHL Player of the Month for January, recording 26 points (7+19) in 11 games.
  • Recorded six points (3+3) in five playoff games.

1997-98, 1998-99, and 1999-00 Season:

  • Retired.

2000-01 Season:

  • Announced in he would return to the Penguins as a player on Dec. 11.
  • Practiced with the team for the first time Dec. 19.
  • Played in his first game Dec. 27 vs. Toronto, collecting three points (1+2), recording an assist just 33 seconds into the game.
  • Ranked fifth on the Penguins with 76 points, despite playing in only 43 games.
  • Was runner-up to Joe Sakic in voting for the Hart Trophy as league MVP, was a finalist for the Lester B. Pearson Award as NHLPA MVP, and was named to the NHL Second All-Star team, his ninth such selection (five – First team, four second team).
  • Tied for 19th in the league in goals, tied for 29th in points, tied for ninth in power play goals and ranked third in shooting percentage (20.5%).
  • Had the second most points in the league from the time of his comeback to the end of the season (Jagr 84 points).
  • Ranked third on the Penguins in goals (35), fifth in even strength goals (18), first in power play goals (16), fifth in assists (41), tied for fourth in even strength assists (25), fourth in power play assists (16), fifth in even strength points (43), fourth in power play points (32), sixth in plus/minus (+15), first in shooting percentage, fifth in shots (171) and tied for second in face-off percentage (52%).
  • Had a point in 37 of his 43 games (86%), going scoreless in back-to-back games once (Feb. 17 at Columbus and Feb. 19 vs. Colorado).
  • Had a nine-game point streak from Jan. 17 to Feb. 10, recording 16 points (8+8).
  • Had an eight-game streak from Dec. 27 to Jan. 13, collecting 19 points (9+10) and a seven-game streak from Mar. 7-17, recording 14 points (7+7).
  • Scored a goal in five consecutive games from Mar. 10-17, scoring six goals.
  • Became the 14th player in NHL history to record 900 assists Feb. 25 vs. the Islanders.
  • Notched his 1,500th career point with an assist Dec. 20 vs. Ottawa.
  • Scored his 10th career overtime goal to set a club record Feb. 21 vs. Florida.
  • Notched his 40th career hat trick Jan. 24 vs. Montreal to rank second all-time.
  • Named NHL Player of the Month for January, his 13th such selection, collecting 25 points (14+11) in 14 games.
  • Had 24 multi-point games (13 with two points, seven with three and four with four).
  • Had seven multi-goal games (six with two and one with three) and 16 multi-assist games (14 with two and two with three).
  • Led the Penguins and tied for seventh in the league with 17 playoff points (6+11).
  • Was the only player among the top 10 scorers who did not appear in the finals.
  • Tied for eighth in the league in goals, tied for sixth in assists, tied for fourth in power play assist (5), and tied for first with three game-winning goal.
  • Scored a goal in four straight games from Apr. 18-26 (4 goals).
  • Had a point in five consecutive games from Apr. 18-28 (4+4=8).
  • Had six multi-point games, all with two points.
  • Scored the game-tying goal with 1:18 left in Game Six of the Eastern Conference Semifinals vs. Buffalo.
  • Martin Straka scored to force a game seven.

2001-02 Season:

  • Recorded 31 points (6+25), appearing in only 24 games.
  • Ranked sixth on the Penguins in points, fifth in assists, second in power play assists (12) and tied for fifth in power play points (14).
  • Recorded a point in 15 of his 24 games (62.5%).
  • Eight of those 15 games were multi-point games, including four games with two points, one with three, two with four and one with five.
  • Became the seventh player in NHL history to record 1,600 points with two assists Feb. 27 vs. Los Angeles.
  • Moved into seventh place on the NHL all-time scoring list, passing Phil Esposito, Jan. 23.
  • Had a three-game point streak from Oct. 20-24, recording four points (1+3).
  • Notched three assists Oct. 16 vs. Ottawa.
  • Recorded four points (1+3) Jan. 17 at Calgary.
  • Collected four assists Jan. 21 vs. Philadelphia, the 26th four-assist game of his career.
  • Recorded five points (2+3), his 36th career five-point game, Jan. 23 vs. Tampa Bay.
  • Recorded 19 points (3+16) in 11 home games, tied for fourth on the team in assists.
  • Totaled 12 points (3+9) in 13 road games and seven assists in four games vs. Atlantic Division opponents.
  • Missed 54 total games due to injury – Oct. 6-10 (2) – hip; Oct. 28-Nov. 7 (6) – arthroscopic hip surgery; Nov. 17 – Jan. 10 (24) hip; and Feb. 28 – Apr. 13 (23) – hip tendonitis and inflammation of the hip capsule.
  • Captained Canada to a gold medal in the 2002 Winter Olympics, recording six points (2+4) in five games.
  • Tied for first on Team Canada in assists and tied for second in points.
  • Tied for fifth in overall Olympic scoring and assists.

2002-03 Season:

  • Appeared in 67 games, the most since 1996-97 (76 games).
  • Led the team in scoring with 91 points (28+63).
  • Led the team in goals, assists, power-play goals (14) and was tied for first with four game-winning goals.
  • Ranked eighth in the NHL in scoring, third in assists, tied for tenth in power-play goals, third in power-play assists (31) and ranked second in power-play points (45).
  • Recorded 27 multiple-point games (14 with two points, eight with three points and five games with four points).
  • Recorded four two-goal games.
  • Became the tenth player in NHL history to record 1,000 career assists on Feb. 8 @ Boston with a four-assist game.
  • Recorded four points (2+2), including the game-winning goal, Oct. 14 @ Toronto.
  • Named NHL Player of the Week for the week ending Oct. 20, recording eight points (2+6) in three games.
  • Recorded four points (1+3) Nov. 2 vs. Tampa Bay.
  • Recorded a point in 11 straight games, Oct. 12-Nov. 6 (8+21), and an assist in 11 straight games, Oct. 12-Nov. 6 (21 assists).
  • Recorded four assists Nov. 27 vs. Philadelphia.
  • Named NHL Player of the Month for the month of November, recording 23 points (6+17), his 24th Player of the Month Award.
  • Recorded a point in seven straight games, Nov. 30-Dec. 14 (5+5).
  • Recorded four points (1+3) and was plus-4 Dec. 23 vs. Buffalo.
  • Named the starting center for the Eastern Conference at the 2003 NHL All-Star Game, the eighth time of his career he was named a starter to the game, missed the game due to injury.
  • Recorded four assists Feb. 8 @ Boston, including his 1,000th career assist.
  • Scored the game-winning goal in overtime Feb. 18 vs. Edmonton, his 11th career overtime goal, tying for third all-time.

2003-04 Season:

  • Appeared in 10 games with the Penguins.
  • Missed the final 72 games following hip surgery.
  • Recorded his 1,700th NHL point Oct. 29 vs. NY Islanders.
  • Recorded nine points (1+8) and six penalty minutes in 10 games.
  • Left the game Nov. 1 vs. Boston after the first period with a hip injury.
  • Recorded a point in eight straight games, Oct. 11-30 (1+8).
  • Recorded two points (1+1) Oct. 11 @ Philadelphia, his 221st career two-point game.
 

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