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Mark Messier

Mark Douglas Messier (born January 18, 1961) is a former Canadian professional ice hockey centre of the National Hockey League (NHL). He spent a quarter of a century in the NHL (1979–2004).

Mark Messier is considered one of the greatest NHL players of all time, as well as among the greatest leaders in sport history. He is second on the all-time career lists for regular season points (1887), playoff points (295) and regular season games played (1756). He won six Stanley Cups, five with the Oilers and one with the Rangers, and is the only NHL player to captain two different teams to championships. Due to his size and strength, he was nicknamed 'The Moose'. In 2007, he was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame, in his first year of eligibility. Although a magnificent player, he was also feared by his opponents as he was sometimes known to be aggressive during games.

Age Season Team Pos GP G A PTS +/- PIM Shot %
43 2003-04 NYR C 76 18 25 43 3 42 17.3
42 2002-03 NYR C 78 18 22 40 -2 30 15.4
41 2001-02 NYR C 41 7 16 23 -1 32 10.1
40 2000-01 NYR C 82 24 43 67 -25 89 18.3
39 1999-00 VAN C 66 17 37 54 -15 30 13
38 1998-99 VAN C 59 13 35 48 -12 33 13.4
37 1997-98 VAN C 82 22 38 60 -10 58 15.8
36 1996-97 NYR C 71 36 48 84 12 88 15.9
35 1995-96 NYR C 74 47 52 99 29 122 19.5
34 1994-95 NYR C 46 14 39 53 8 40 11.1
33 1993-94 NYR C 76 26 58 84 25 76 12
32 1992-93 NYR C 75 25 66 91 -6 72 11.6
31 1991-92 NYR C 79 35 72 107 31 76 16.5
30 1990-91 EDM C 53 12 52 64 15 34 11
29 1989-90 EDM C 79 45 84 129 19 79 21.3
28 1988-89 EDM C 72 33 61 94 -5 130 20.1
27 1987-88 EDM C 77 37 74 111 21 103 20.3
26 1986-87 EDM C 77 37 70 107 21 73 17.8
25 1985-86 EDM C 63 35 49 84 36 68 17.4
24 1984-85 EDM C 55 23 31 54 8 57 16.9
23 1983-84 EDM LW 73 37 64 101 40 165 16.9
NHL season totals 1454 561 1036 1597 9 1497 15.8

 









 

 

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