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But Carlson has been making some history himself.The defenseman became Washington's all-time leading scorer at the position with an assist in a 5-3 win against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Sunday for his 475th point.Carlson, who leads NHL defenseman with 72 points (15 goals, 57 assists) in 63 games this season, already has set his NHL career high and has been consistent all season."It's always easy to be in the Norris talk when you score a lot of points," said Calle Johansson, the defenseman whose Capitals record Carlson broke. "I've been here a while during the stretch of the best players probably in the history of the franchise, so I think there's a lot of great factors for me and I'm glad to be a part of it."Carlson is plus-14 and has 25 power-play points, six game-winning goals and a Capitals-leading 97 blocked shots in 24:40 of ice time per game."Our team's playing well, so that's what I care about," he said. "He's a very talented player."Voting totals (points awarded on a 5-4-3-2-1 basis: John Carlson, Capitals, 88 points (16 first-place votes); Roman Josi, Predators, 67 (1 first-place vote); Victor Hedman, Lightning 48 (1 first-place vote); Alex Pietrangelo, St. Louis Blues, 28; Cale Makar, Colorado Avalanche, 9; Kris Letang, Pittsburgh Penguins, 8; Quinn Hughes, Vancouver Canucks, 6; Zach Werenski, Columbus Blue Jackets, 4; Jaccob Slavin, Carolina Hurricanes, 3; Seth Jones, Blue Jackets 2; Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Arizona Coyotes 2; Torey Krug, Boston Bruins 1; Keith Yandle, Florida Panthers staff writer Tom Gulitti contributed to this report

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