Another page of history, courtesy of Alexander Ovechkin

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In his 39th game of the season, the attacker of the Washington Capitals became the first player in the national hockey League (NHL) to reach the plateau of 30 goals in a defeat of 5 to 2 against the Blues on Thursday in St. Louis.

The Russian has achieved this feat in its first 14 seasons in the circuit Bettman, its lowest harvest in a career is 32 goals in 2010-2011.

The only other player in the history to be recorded in the score at least 30 times during its first 14 seasons is Mike Gartner. In truth, Gartner has done to flicker the red light 30 times during his first 15 campaigns in his career.

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