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“Oilers’ Superstar Connor McDavid Joins Elite List of Players to Score 150 Points in a Season”

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On Saturday, Connor McDavid from the Edmonton Oilers scored 150 points in a game against the San Jose Sharks. He got two goals and an assist in the first period which helped him reach this milestone. McDavid added one more goal later in the game too.

McDavid has become the sixth player in NHL history to ever score 150 points in a season. He’s also the first to do so in almost thirty years, since Mario Lemieux scored 161 points in 1995-96. Along with Lemieux, other players with at least 150 points in a season include Wayne Gretzky (nine times), Steve Yzerman, Phil Esposito and Bernie Nicholls.

McDavid has scored 64 goals and made 87 assists. His amazing performance has helped the Oilers reach a chance to be the winners of Pacific Division at the end of this season. The team still have two more games left and they must beat Las Vegas Golden Knights in order to make number one position, who lost recently against Dallas Stars in their shootout.

McDavid has a chance to make history during the rest of this regular season, by getting one more goal. That would make his total goals equal the most scored in a single season since 2000, which was set by Alex Ovechkin with 65 goals in 2007-2008.

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