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Topic - Alexander Mogilny
Over the weekend he became the only NHL player to record 30 or more goals in every season since his rookie year of 2005-06. He's already one of just six players in NHL history to score 30 or more goals in his first nine seasons, joining Mike Bossy, Mike Gartner, Wayne Gretzky, Jari Kurri and Bryan Trottier.
With his four-goal outburst, can Alex Ovechkin join five other hockey legends?
Alex Ovechkin, the Capitals' dynamic winger, looked not too long ago like his place at the top of the list was being usurped by an impressive array of newcomers. But as the days wind down on 2013, Ovechkin, 28, has regained his place at the top as the Great 8 and is leaving no room for argument.
More than two decades later, the former Pittsburgh right wing can help the Boston Bruins win their second title in three seasons.