Alex Ovechkin Ties Brett Hull in Career Power Play Goals

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Alex Ovechkin scored a power play goal in the second period of the Capitals and New Jersey Devils game Sunday afternoon. The goal ties him with Brett Hull for second on the All Time List in Power Play Goals with 265.
Ovechkin scored this power play goal at 8:09 into the second period, which put the Caps ahead 3-1.

It was Ovechkin’s 19th goal of the season and the 265th power play goal of his career, which ties him with Brett Hull.

The only remaining player ahead of him in power play goals is Dave Andreychuk, who scored 275 power play goals in his career.

Ovechkin was assisted by Nicklas Backstrom and Evgeny Kuznetsov.

Backstrom got the primary assist, which ties him with Stan Mikita for the 33rd most power play assists in NHL history.

By Diane Doyle


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Been a Caps fan since November 1975 when attending a game with my then boyfriend and now husband.
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2 Responses to Alex Ovechkin Ties Brett Hull in Career Power Play Goals

  1. Anonymous says:

    He seems to be hitting milestones every game. A true privilege to be following along.

  2. Jon Sorensen says:

    Ovi’s already caught Draisaitl. Three from McDavid, five from Mathews.

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