Top 50 NHLers for 2013-14 0
When a wayward shot shattered his jaw and sent teeth flying in every direction March 30, Sidney Crosby was putting together an epic NHL season.
Through 36 games he was averaging 1.56 points per game, which over an 82-game season works out to 128 points.
Nobody has scored that many points in a single season since Mario Lemieux had 161 in 1995-96.
Crosby wound up losing the scoring title to Martin St. Louis, who scored four more points in 12 more games, and the Hart Trophy to Alex Ovechkin, who carried the Capitals on his back for the last month of the season.