The Russian player became the fifth active NHL player to reach 300 points in the fastest time 07:03

On March 4, as part of the regular season of the National Hockey League (NHL), Minnesota Wild hosted the San Jose Sharks on their home ice and won with a score of 4:3. Among the winners, Russian striker Kirill Kaprizov scored a hat-trick.

This allowed him to score 300 points in his NHL career. Kaprizov became the fifth active player to reach 300 points in the fastest time in the NHL. For this, the Russian striker needed 258 matches.

According to this indicator, Kaprizov ranks second after four active NHL players – Sydney Crosby (219), Alexander Ovechkin (237), Connor McDavid (240) and Evgeni Malkin (240).

Kaprizov, 26, has been playing for Minnesota since 2020; He previously played for CSKA Moscow for three years. He also played for Novokuznetsk Metallurg and Ufa Salavat Yulaev in Russia.

The Russian player played in 55 games in the NHL this season and recorded 29 goals and 38 assists. He is the team’s top scorer so far.

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Source: Gazeta

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