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Facts and Figures: Fleury ties Plante for eighth on all-time wins list


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Esposito (33 years, 45 days as of April 6, 1975) was the last player to lead the NHL in goals at age 33 or older, a feat that Ovechkin (33 years, 201 days as of April 6, 2019) also can accomplish this season.Video: WSH@PHI: Ovechkin buries wrister from circle for PPG Robert Thomas scored the tying goal with 1:04 left in the third period and Alex Pietrangelo got the game-winner 12 seconds later to give the St. Louis Blues a 5-4 victory against the Anaheim Ducks at Honda Center.The Blues (35-25-6) won in regulation after trailing in the final 1:30 of the third period for the first time since entering the NHL in 1967. His 92 regular-season goals are second to MacInnis (127) for the most by a Blues defenseman.Defensemen scored three game-winning goals Wednesday, marking the 11th four-game day in NHL history to feature at least three game-winning goals scored by defensemen. Edler scored his fourth regular-season overtime goal, all with Vancouver.The Canucks rallied from down multiple goals in the third period to win a regular-season game for the 39th time since entering the NHL in 1970.

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