Marleau Sets New Maple Leafs' Franchise Record.

Published April 17, 2018 at 11:06

"The Toronto Maple Leafs put up a statement type of performance on Monday night against the Boston Bruins. The Leafs are officially back in the series and will look to even it out at 2-2 on Thursday night. Veteran forward Patrick Marleau played hero with two goals in the game, in doing so he found himself in the Toronto Maple Leafs record books and climbing the NHL ones.At 38 years old and 213 days, Marleau became the oldest player in franchise history to score a goal in the Stanley Cup playoffs, passing Norm Ullman's mark at 38 years and 109 days back during the 1974 playoffs. With his first goal of the game, Marleau also passed Gordie Howe and took sole possession of 17th place on the NHL's all-time playoff goal scoring list. Stick tap for Patty on the great accomplishments!


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