On February 21, Edmonton Oilers’ center Connor McDavid recorded his 800th point in his 545th career game, making him the fifth-fastest player in NHL history to reach 800 points – the other four NHL players are Wayne Gretzky (352 games), Mario Lemieux (410), Mike Bossy (525) and Peter Stastny (531).
The incredible moment came in a Tuesday night game against the Philadelphia Flyers. McDavid had 799 career points entering the game, but his team was down 2-1 entering the third period and he had yet to record a point. That changed 7 minutes into the period with an assist to Leon Draisaitl on the power play.
Not only did that assist tie the game up and give McDavid 800 points, but the goal by Draisaitl marked his 700th career point – two NHL players achieving worthy milestones on the same play! McDavid went on to score 12:39 into the period and again 17:35 into the period to give his Oilers a 4-2 win over the Flyers.
NHL Players Who Might Reach 800 Points Soon
Connor McDavid reaching 800 points in 545 games is nothing short of amazing – that’s 1.47 points per game in a league where most NHL players struggle to average 1.0 point per game. He’s not letting up, either. As of March 14, McDavid now has 826 points in 555 games – an average of 1.49 points per game.
He joins elite company as one of just 181 NHL players to record 800 career points and one of just 4 NHL players to record their 800th point during the 2022-23 season – the other three being Brad Marchand (November 5, 2022), Jamie Benn (December 21, 2022), and Brent Burns (December 22, 2022).
Recording 800 career points isn’t something that happens often and, while we might not see it happen again this season, the four NHL players listed above certainly won’t be the last to achieve it. In fact, there are 21 NHL players currently within 160 points of that milestone – let’s meet who those NHL players are!
21. Jordan Staal – 640 points
Jordan Staal was drafted by the PIttsburgh Penguins with the No. 2 overall pick (1st round) in 2006. He’s currently playing in his 17th season in the NHL and 11th season with the Carolina Hurricanes. He has scored 274 goals and dished 366 assists for 640 total points in 1,157 games since entering the league.
Staal has recorded at least 40 points in eight seasons and had a career-high 50 points with the Penguins during the 2011-12 season. Through 65 games this season, he has 16 goals and 13 assists for 29 points. Nearing the end of his career, he might not have enough time to reach the 800-point mark before retiring.
20. Artemi Panarin – 643 points
Artemi Panarin joined the NHL in 2015 when he was signed by the Chicago Blackhawks out of the KHL in Russia. He’s currently playing in his eighth season in the NHL and fourth season with the New York Rangers. He has scored 207 goals and dished 436 assists for 643 points in just 575 games played.
Panarin has recorded at least 74 points in all-but-one season since entering the league – the lone season being the shortened 2020-21 season when he had 58 points in 42 games. At the rate he’s recording points, we can expect him to reach the 800-point milestone during the 2024-25 season, if not sooner.
19. Max Pacioretty – 645 points
Max Pacioretty was drafted by the Montreal Canadiens with the No. 22 overall pick (1st round) in 2007. He’s currently playing in his 15th season in the NHL and first season with the Carolina Hurricanes. He has 326 goals and 319 assists for 645 points in 855 games played, but only played five games this season.
Pacioretty can regularly put up 30+ goals and 65+ points per season when healthy. Unfortunately, he only played 39 games in 2021-22 and just five games in 2022-23 due to injury. Being 155 points away from that coveted 800-point milestone, he’ll need at least three more seasons to get there – healthy seasons.
18. Victor Hedman – 646 points
Victor Hedman was drafted by the Tampa Bay Lightning with the No. 2 overall pick (1st round) in 2009. He’s currently playing in his 14th season in the NHL – all of which have been spent with the Lightning. He has 140 goals and 506 assists for 646 points in 961 games, which is quite impressive for a defenseman.
Hedman had a career year last season with 20 goals, 65 assists, and 85 points – all of which were career highs for him. Those numbers are down a bit this year with just 6 goals and 37 assists through 63 games, but he should have no problem reaching the 800-point milestone during the 2025-26 season, if healthy.
17. Jordan Eberle – 647 points
Jordan Eberle was drafted by the Edmonton Oilers with the No. 22 overall pick (2nd round) in 2008. He’s currently playing in his 13th season in the NHL and second season with the Seattle Kraken. He has scored 277 goals and dished 370 assists for 647 points in 925 games played since entering the league.
Eberle is having quite the season in 2022-23 with 15 goals, 37 assists, and 52 points through 67 games – it’s the most points he had in a single season since 2017-18, when he had 59 points in 81 games. If he can keep this up, then he should hit the 800-point milestone at some point during the 2025-26 season.
16. Ryan Suter – 658 points
Ryan Suter was drafted by the Nashville Predators with the No. 7 overall pick (1st round) in 2003. He’s currently playing in his 18th season and second season with the Dallas Stars after two long stints with the Predators and Minnesota Wild. He has 102 goals and 556 assists for 658 points in 1,348 games played.
Suter has never scored more than nine goals in a single season, but he’s a defenseman – so he’s not expected to. While I don’t expect him to reach the 800-point milestone, any defenseman who can get within 150 points of that mark is doing pretty well for himself. He’ll definitely reach 700 points, though.
15. Jonathan Huberdeau – 658 points
Jonathan Huberdeau was drafted by the Florida Panthers with the No. 3 overall pick (1st round) in 2011. He’s currently playing in his 11th season in the NHL and first season with the Calgary Flame after playing 10 years with the Panthers. He has 212 goals, 446 assists, and 658 points in 736 career games played.
Huberdeau is coming off an incredible season in 2021-22 where he tied a career-high with 30 goals and set new career-highs with 85 assists (led the NHL) and 115 points. Those numbers are down to just 14 goals and 31 assists this year, but he should have no problem reaching 800 points in the 2024-25 season.
14. T.J. Oshie – 666 points
T.J. Oshie was drafted by the St. Louis Blues with the No. 24 overall pick (1st round) in 2005. He’s currently playing in his 15th season in the NHL and eighth season with the Capitals after spending seven years with the Blues. He has 288 goals, 378 assists, and 666 points in 950 career games played.
Oshie has recorded at least 50 points in six different seasons, but he hasn’t done it since 2018-19. He only played in 44 games last season and totaled just 25 points in those games, but is doing better this season. If he can get back on track, he should be able to reach 800 points during the 2025-26 season.
13. Johnny Gaudreau – 671 points
Johnny Gaudreau was drafted by the Calgary Flames with the No. 104 overall pick (4th round) in 2011. He’s currently playing in his 10th season in the NHL and first season with the Columbus Blue Jackets after spending nine years with the Flames. He has 227 goals, 444 assists, and 671 points in 666 games.
Gaudreau is coming off the best season of his career in 2021-22, finishing the year with 40 goals, 75 assists, and 115 points in 82 games – all of which are career-highs. His numbers are down this season, but he still has 62 points through 64 games. At this rate, he’ll have 800 points during the 2024-25 season.
12. Kris Letang – 684 points
Kris Letang was drafted by the Pittsburgh Penguins with the No. 62 overall pick (3rd round) in 2005. He’s currently playing in his 17th season in the NHL – all of which were spent with the Penguins. He has 154 goals, 530 assists, and 684 points in 990 career games played, which is impressive for a defenseman.
Letang has recorded at least 40 points in nine seasons and at least 50 points in six seasons – including a career-high 58 assists and 68 points last year. If he can continue to get at least 40 points each season, then he could reach the 800-point milestone during the 2025-26 season – if he’s still around by then.
11. Logan Couture – 691 points
Logan Couture was drafted by the San Jose Sharks with the No. 9 overall pick (1st round) in 2007. He’s currently playing in his 14th season in the NHL – all of which were spent with the Sharks. He has scored 320 goals and dished 371 assists for 691 career points in 913 games played since entering the league.
Couture doesn’t put up eye-popping numbers like Connor McDavid, but he is one of the more consistent players in the league – when healthy. He has recorded at least 50 points in nine of his 14 seasons and will come close to a career-high this season. He should reach 800 points during the 2024-25 season.
10. Taylor Hall – 693 points
Taylor Hall was drafted by the Edmonton Oilers with the No. 1 overall pick (1st round) in 2010. He’s currently playing in his 13th season in the NHL and second full season with the Boston Bruins – he played 16 games for Boston in 2020-21. He has 264 goals, 429 assists, and 693 points in 819 games played.
Hall has scored at least 50 points in eight of his 13 seasons, including a career-high 93 points in 2017-18 and 80 points in 2013-14. He struggled in 2020-21, but had 61 points last season and still has quality play left in him. If he can get back to 50+ points per season, he’ll get his 800th point in the 2024-25 season.
9. Ryan O’Reilly – 696 points
Ryan O’Reilly was drafted by the Colorado Avalanche with the No. 33 overall pick (2nd round) in 2009. He’s currently playing in his 14th season in the NHL and was traded to the Toronto Maple Leafs just a few weeks ago. He has 255 goals, 441 assists, and 696 points in 986 games played since entering the NHL.
O’Reilly has recorded at least 50 points in 10 of the past 11 seasons, but only has 24 points in 48 games this season. While his numbers are low this year, he does have 5 points in 8 games since joining the Maple Leafs. He’ll get back to his 50-point form next year and will have 800 points in the 2024-25 season.
8. David Perron – 706 points
David Perron was drafted by the St. Louis Blues with the No. 26 overall pick (1st round) in 2007. He’s currently playing in his 16th season in the NHL and first season with the Detroit Red Wings after a second stint with the Blues. He now has 285 goals, 421 assists, and 706 points in 1,040 career games played.
Perron has recorded at least 50 points in six seasons, including in each of the past three seasons and a near-career-high 60 points in 2019-20. He’s nine points away from 50 points this season and will have no problem reaching 800 points during the 2024-25 season, if he can stay on this path – which I think he will.
7. Nikita Kucherov – 712 points
Nikita Kucherov was drafted by the Tampa Bay Lightning with the No. 58 overall pick (2nd round) in 2011. He’s currently playing in his ninth season in the NHL – all of which have been spent with Tampa Bay. He averages more than 1 point per game with 273 goals, 439 assists, and 712 points in 630 games.
Kucherov has recorded at least 65 points in eight straight seasons – the only time he hasn’t done so was his rookie season. He had a career year in 2018-19 with 41 goals, 87 assists (led NHL), and 128 points (led NHL). At this rate, he very well could reach the 800-point milestone during the 2023-24 season.
6. Leon Draisaitl – 716 points
Leon Draisaitl was drafted by the Edmonton Oilers with the No. 3 overall pick (1st round) in 2014. He’s playing in his ninth season in the NHL – all of which have been spent with the Oilers. He’s a teammate of Connor McDavid and has an impressive 298 goals, 418 assists, and 716 points in 624 games played.
Draisaitl recorded his 700th career point on the same play that McDavid recorded his 800th point – a special moment for two long-time teammates. He has at least 100 points in four of the past five seasons, including 100 in 66 games this season. He’s set to join McDavid with 800 points at some point next year.
5. Tyler Seguin – 728 points
Tyler Seguin was drafted by the Boston Bruins with the No. 2 overall pick (1st round) in 2010. He’s currently playing in his 13th season in the NHL and 10th season with the Dallas Stars after spending three years with the Bruins. He has 322 goals, 406 assists, and 728 points in 890 games played.
Seguin recorded at least 72 points in six consecutive seasons between 2013 and 2018. He had 50 points in 2019-20, but only played three games during the 2020-21 season. He bounced back with 49 points last year and already has 42 points this year. He’ll reach 800 points in the 2024-25 season, if not sooner.
4. Nathan MacKinnon – 729 points
Nathan MacKinnon was drafted by the Colorado Avalanche with the No. 1 overall pick (1st round) in 2013. He’s currently playing in his 10th season in the NHL – all of which have been spent with the Avalanche. He already has 271 goals, 458 assists, and 729 career points in just 692 games played.
MacKinnon has recorded at least 65 points in each of the past six seasons, including at least 90 points in three of those seasons. After putting up 88 points last year, he already has 81 points in 2022-23 and will likely reach 90 by the end of the season. I expect him to reach 800 points at some point next season.
3. Matt Duchene – 739 points
Matt Duchene was drafted by the Colorado Avalanche with the No. 3 overall pick (1st round) in 2009. He’s currently playing in his 14th season in the NHL and fourth season with the Nashville Predators after bouncing around for two years. He has 313 goals, 426 assists, and 739 points in 969 games played.
Duchene has recorded at least 50 points in nine seasons – including 51 so far this season – and at least 70 points in three seasons – including a career-high 86 points last year. If he can continue scoring and dishing assists at this rate, he very well could reach the 800-point milestone at some point next season.
2. Erik Karlsson – 745 points
Erik Karlsson was drafted by the Ottawa Senators with the No. 15 overall pick (1st round) in 2008. He’s currently playing in his 14th season in the NHL and fifth season with the San Jose Sharks after spending nine years with the Senators. He has 173 goals, 572 assists, and 745 points in 906 games played.
Karlsson is one of the greatest offensive defenseman of all-time. He has scored at least 40 points in 10 seasons and has already set a career-high with 85 points (20 goals, 65 assists) in 68 games this season – unreal for a defenseman. He’ll likely reach the 800-point mark at some point in the 2023-24 season.
1. David Krejci – 782 points
David Krejci was drafted by the Boston Bruins with the No. 63 overall pick (2nd round) in 2004. He’s currently playing in his 16th season in the NHL – all of which have been spent with the Bruins. As of March 15, he has scored 228 goals and dished 554 assists for 782 points in 1,023 games played.
Krejci is currently the closest active player to reaching 800 points at just 18 points away. While he could reach that milestone by the end of the season, it’s much more likely that he reaches it at the beginning of next season. He has 52 points through 61 games this season and has 16 games left to play this year.
Active NHL Players Who Already Have More Than 800 Points
We briefly mentioned the three other NHL players, not named Connor McDavid, who reached 800 career points during the 2022-23 season – them being Brad Marchand, Jamie Benn, and Brent Burns. Taking those four players out of the equation, there are currently 19 other active NHL players with at least 800.
11 of those names include Jakub Voracek (806), Paul Stastny (820), Jeff Carter (831), Zach Parise (871), Jonathan Toews (880), Corey Perry (882), Blake Wheeler (917), John Tavares (960), Phil Kessel (983), Joe Pavelski (985), and Claude Giroux (989) – not all of them will reach 1,000 points.
There are also 8 active NHL players who have surpassed 1,000 points – Nicklas Backstrom (1,023), Patrice Bergeron (1,031), Steven Stamkos (1,038 points), Eric Staal (1,057), Anze Kopitar (1,129), Evgeni Malkin (1,218), Patrick Kane (1,230), Alex Ovechkin (1,472), and Sidney Crosby (1,490).
Alex Ovechkin Joins the Elite 800 Club — Here Are 15 Other NHL Players Who Might Join Him in the Future
Alex Ovechkin entered the 2022-23 season with a shot at joining an elite club that only two NHL players are members of – the elite 800 club. With 780 career goals at the start of the season, he was just 20 away from joining Gordie Howe (801 goals) and Wayne Gretzky (894 goals) as the only players to ever do it.
On December 13th, Ovechkin was just three goals away from that mark when he entered a game against the Chicago Blackhawks. Just 24 seconds into the game, Ovechkin scored his first of the game and No. 798 of his career. Eight minutes later, he scored his second of the game and No. 799 of his career.
The second period saw his Washington Capitals score twice and he picked up an assist on one of them, but couldn’t get the hat trick. That is until seven minutes into the third period when he completed the hat trick and officially joined the 800 club. The Capitals won the game 7-3 and Ovechkin had four total points.
Who Might Join Alex Ovechkin in the Future?
Since joining the 800 club, Alex Ovechkin has added six more goals to his resume – including another hat trick on December 31st, ending the year on a high note. He now has 30 career hat tricks (6th-most all-time) and 806 career goals (2nd-most all-time) as he continues his climb towards Gretzky’s record.
It’s been a long time since we’ve seen someone score at this rate for this long in his career – let’s not forget this is a player who scored 50 goals last year at the age of 36. With 26 goals in 39 games this season, he’s on his way to doing it again at 37 years old. What an incredible career for Alex Ovechkin.
It makes you wonder if there are any other NHL players that might one day join Alex Ovechkin in that elite 800 club. We see a lot of players put up a lot of goals every season, but it takes a special player to do that for nearly two decades. Let’s take a look at some of the players who will at least have a shot at doing it.
15. Jason Robertson
Jason Robertson is a 23-year-old left winger who currently plays for the Dallas Stars. He made his NHL debut during the 2019-20 season and has only played in 166 games over the past four seasons – but has already scored 83 goals. He’s coming off a career-high 41 goals last season and already has 25 this year.
Robertson is on track to score at least 50 goals this season, which is an incredible feat for someone who hasn’t even begun to scratch the surface in the NHL. Just taking a look at this season, he has five games with multiple goals and scored his third career hat-trick on December 1st – he had two of them last year.
14. Cole Caufield
Cole Caufield is a 22-year-old right winger who currently plays for the Montreal Canadiens. He made his NHL debut during the 2020-21 season and has only played in 114 games over the past three seasons – but already has 48 goals. He scored 23 in his first full NHL season last year and already has 21 this year.
Caufield is on track to score more than 40 goals this season and might even make a push for 50 if he has an even more impressive second half to the season. He already has five games with at least two goals so far this year, one of which came on December 31st – putting an end to what has been an incredible 2022.
13. Matty Beniers
Matty Beniers is a 20-year-old center who currently plays for the Seattle Kraken. He made his NHL debut during the 2021-22 season and has only played in 45 career NHL games – but has already scored 14 goals. He’s still young and it’s a small sample size, but all signs are pointing towards him being great.
Beniers has 11 goals in 35 games this season after scoring 3 goals in 10 games last season. He has built up a lot of confidence this year and it will only continue to build over the course of the next few months. He’ll need to have a breakout season next year and sustain it if he wants to join the elite 800 club.
12. Andrei Svechnikov
Andrei Svechnikov is a 22-year-old right winger who currently plays for the Carolina Hurricanes. He made his NHL debut during the 2018-19 season and has played in 320 career games over the past five seasons. With 19 goals in 37 games this year, he now has 108 goals scored over the course of his career.
Svechnikov is a gifted scorer who has scored at least 20 goals in three of his first four seasons and will likely make that four of his first five seasons very soon. He’ll need to increase that production if he wants to get anywhere close to the 800 club, but he’s one of the game’s most prolific and cheeky scorers today.
11. Tim Stützle
Tim Stützle is a 20-year-old left winger who currently plays for the Ottawa Senators. He made his NHL debut during the 2020-21 season and has played in 165 games over the past three seasons. He’s still finding his footing in the NHL, but already has 48 goals and is on his way to a career-high this year.
After scoring 22 goals last season, Stützle has 14 goals through 33 games this season and has been on a tear the past month – scoring six goals since December 2nd and four goals in his past four games. If he can keep up this level of play, he might make a push for 30 goals this year for the first time in his career.
10. Kirill Kaprizov
Kirill Kaprizov is a 25-year-old left winger who currently plays for the Minnesota Wild. He made his NHL debut during the 2020-21 season and has played in 172 games over the past three seasons. After scoring 27 goals as a rookie, he exploded with 47 goals last season and already has another 20 goals this year .
Kaprizov is one of the more exciting young players in the league and is known as a streaky player – he went on a seven-game goal streak earlier in the year. He has already proven he can score with the best of them. Now, he just needs to prove he can do that consistently over the next 15 seasons – at least.
9. Trevor Zegras
Trevor Zegras is a 21-year-old center who currently plays for the Anaheim Ducks. He made his NHL debut during the 2020-21 season and has shown glimpses of superstar ability in his 136 games played over the past three seasons. So far, he has scored 36 goals – but his production will continue to increase.
Zegas hasn’t scored as often as some of the other players on this list, but he scored his first goal at the age of 19 and has plenty of more career ahead of him. He surpassed the 20-goal mark last season, scoring 23 goals in 75 games, and already has 10 goals in 37 games this season. Still, we expect more.
8. Jack Hughes
Jack Hughes is a 21-year-old center who currently plays for the New Jersey Devils. He made his NHL debut during the 2019-20 season and has seen his production gradually increase in his 203 games played over the past four seasons. All in all, he’s already at 65 goals scored before turning 22 years old.
Hughes scored 7 goals as a rookie, but that production increased to 11 goals in 2020-21 before another career-high of 26 goals last season. He’s well on his way to another career mark with 21 goals in 37 games so far this season – on pace for more than 40 and might even be pushing 50 by season’s end.
7. Jack Eichel
Jack Eichel is a 26-year-old center who currently plays for the Las Vegas Golden Knights. He made his NHL debut during the 2015-16 season and scored consistently over the next five seasons with the Buffalo Sabres – totaling 137 goals during that time. Unfortunately, he has hit several roadblocks in his career.
He suffered an injury that kept him out a majority of the 2020-21 season, which ended up being his final season in Buffalo. He was traded to Vegas halfway through the 2021-22 season and scored 14 goals in 34 games with the Knights last year. He now has 13 goals in 27 games this season as he returns to form.
6. Leon Draisaitl
Leon Draisaitl is a 27-year-old center who currently plays for the Edmonton Oilers. He made his NHL debut during the 2014-15 season and has been one of the most consistent scorers in the NHL ever since. In fact, he’s coming off a career-high 55 goals last season – his second time scoring at least 50 goals.
He first scored 50 goals during the 2018-19 season and followed that up with 43 goals in 2019-20. He’s only 36 games into the 2022-23 season, but has already scored 21 goals and is on pace to crack 40 goals yet again. With 275 career goals, he’ll be pushing for No. 300 by the end of this season.
5. David Pastrnak
David Pastrnak is a 26-year-old right winger who currently plays for the Boston Bruins. He made his NHL debut during the 2014-15 regular season and has scored at least 30 goals in five of his first eight seasons in the league. His career-high was 48 goals, which he achieved in just 70 games in the 2019-20 season.
After just 20 goals in 48 games in the shortened 2020-21 season, Pastrnak returned to form with 40 goals last season. He already has 25 goals through 36 games this year and is currently on pace to surpass the 50-goal mark by season’s end – which would be the first time doing so in his nine-year career thus far.
4. Steven Stamkos
Steven Stamkos is a 32-year-old center who currently plays for the Tampa Bay Lightning. He made his NHL debut during the 2008-09 season and never seems to disappoint with his goal-scoring and playmaking abilities. He has led the league in goals scored twice, including 60 goals in 2011-12.
No one expects him to score 60 goals at the age of 32, but Alex Ovechkin has taught me not to doubt someone based on their age. After all, Stamkos is a player that put up 42 goals at 31 years old and put up 45 goals as recently as the 2018-19 season. He’s currently 302 goals away from joining the elite 800 club.
3. Nathan MacKinnon
Nathan MacKinnon is a 27-year-old center who currently plays for the Colorado Avalanche. He made his NHL debut during the 2013-14 regular season and scored 24 goals in his rookie year. He has consistently found the back of the net ever since and has scored at least 32 goals in four of the past five seasons.
MacKinnon only played in four games during the month of December, which is part of the reason why his numbers have taken such a big hit this season. Even then, he only has eight goals through 24 games and is on pace for his lowest mark since 2016-17 – not counting his 20 goals during the shortened 2020-21 season.
2. Connor McDavid
Connor McDavid is a 25-year-old center who currently plays for the Edmonton Oilers. He made his NHL debut during the 2015-16 season and has already racked up 271 goals in 525 games played over the past eight years. He currently leads the NHL with 32 goals in 38 games during the 2022-23 season.
With his 32 goals this year, McDavid has scored at least 30 goals in each of the past seven seasons – including at least 40 goals in three of those seasons. He’s one pace to surpass the 60-goal mark by season’s end and will likely continue this level of scoring for at least the next few seasons, if not more.
1. Auston Matthews
Auston Matthews is a 25-year-old center who currently plays for the Toronto Maple Leafs. He made his NHL debut during the 2016-17 season and has already scored a whopping 277 goals in just 444 games over the past seven seasons. He has led the entire league in scoring in each of the past two seasons.
With 101 goals over the past two years, Matthews has already added another 18 goals in 37 games this season. He’s not scoring as much as he has year’s past, but he’ll return to form soon enough. This is a player that has scored at least 34 goals every single year he’s been in the league – he’ll be back.
What’s Next for Alex Ovechkin?
Alex Ovechkin has already begun his climb towards the all-time record for goals – which is currently held by Wayne Gretzky at 894 career goals. At the rate Ovechkin has been scoring the puck, he very well could pass that mark by the end of next season, but he’ll likely need one more season after the next.
He, of course, has no shot at passing Gretzky’s record for most career points – which currently stands at 2,857 points (Ovechkin has a little more than half of that). Nonetheless, Alex Ovechkin will eventually retire as one of the greatest NHL players to ever grace the ice. He has always been a joy to watch.
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And while we listed a lot of incredible players above that will have impressive careers of their own, there’s a very good chance we don’t see any of them join the elite 800 club. It’s a club that only has three members for a reason – it’s not easy to get into and will only happen once every few decades (if that).
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