Hockey player Kucherov caught up with Gordie Howe in the number of NHL playoff games with two or more points

MOSCOW, June 21 – Tampa Bay Lightning’s Russian forward Nikita Kucherov scored two assists in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup final against the Colorado Avalanche, assisting Steven Stamkos and Pat Maroon.
In his career, Kucherov has already played the 44th match in the NHL playoffs, in which the Russian scored two or more points. According to this indicator, the Tampa forward passed Niklas Lindstrom (43) and climbed to 15th place in the history of the tournament, equaling Gordie Howe and Mike Bossy.
Kucherov also played his seventh career game in the Stanley Cup Finals, in which he scored two or more points. According to this indicator, the Russian surpassed Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby and Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane (both six games) and became the best among active hockey players in the NHL.

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