Appropriately, it was an overtime game-winning goal that was Marian Hossa’s 1,100th career regular season point.
Hossa’s game-winner against Dallas on Sunday night at the United Center gave him two points in the game, which give him exactly 1,100 in his Hall of Fame career. He passed Glenn Anderson (1,099) with the two-point effort on Sunday, moving into 59th place in NHL history.
Hossa joins Jaromir Jagr, Joe Thornton and Jarome Iginlas as the only four active players to reach 1,100 career regular season points.
Here’s who’s next on the career list for Hossa to pass:
55. Mike Bossa – 1,126
55. Joe Nieuwendyk – 1,126
57. Darryl Sittler – 1,121
58. Francis Mahovlich – 1,103
59. Marian Hossa – 1,100