Was looking at the all-time scoring leaders list and noticed Ovechkin’s numbers are eerily similar to Brett Hull’s. The difference between them is Hull has 82 more points in 64 more games (17 more goals). Considering Ovechkin has been at just under a p/pg for the past couple seasons (this one included) I figure at 1’249 games played (Hull’s total) Ovi will have about 25 less points and about 25-30 more goals. At state line that looks like this; Brett 1’249 - 741 - 650 - 1’391 Alex 1’249 - 754 - 615 - 1’369 More interestingly, of their goal totals to date, they break down as such. Brett 456 ESG - 265 PPG - 20 SHG Alex 456 ESG - 264 PPG - 4 SHG And have similar GWG’s with Hull at 110 and Ovechkin at 116. Finally, Hull went 11 seasons not being near 100pts after he last hit the mark. Ovechkin is now in his 11th season since he last got near 100pts. TLDR: This isn’t a serious deep dive, but they do have some serious similarities.