Patrick Marlowe is now official, he has joined legendary Jordi Howe in number one in the history of the National Hockey League (NHL) for the number of matches played.
Skating against Minnesota Wild on Saturday, the 41-year-old participated in 1767e Professional game, connecting former Detroit Red Wings.
Chosen for second place in the 1997 draft by the Sharks, just behind Joe Thornton, the striker has scored 1,196 points so far in twenty-third place.e Season at Pitman.
If all goes according to plan, he will move to first place in the NHL Games alone on Monday, when the Sharks travel to Vegas to face the Golden Knights.
The celebrations were short-lived for the Marlowe and the Sharks, who lost 5-2 to the wild.
However, the Californian formation was the first to make the light shine thanks to Brent Burns.
Mats Zuccarello, Joel Erickson, and Zach Barrez answered before the end of the early twenties. Kirill Kaprizov and Niko Storm added their year to the second engagement.
Another shark scorer was Joel Kellman.
Marlow has been closed from the score sheet.
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