Brad Marchand Can Join David Pastrnak Among Bruins Elite With One Point

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February 12, 2020

Brad Marchand is one point away from joining some elite Bruins company.

The Boston forward is one point shy of his fourth straight 70-point season, a feat few players have accomplished in the franchise’s 96-year history.

Once he notches it, Marchand will become the 10th player in Bruins history to record 70-plus points in four-plus seasons, per NHL Public Relations. His linemate, David Pastrnak, accomplished the same feat earlier this season.

Marchand has 23 goals and 46 assists (69 points) in 57 games for the Bruins this season. He has the ninth-most points among NHL players this season entering Wednesday’s game.

The 31-year-old has finished the last three seasons with at least 85 points, including an impressive 100-point season during the 2018-19 campaign.

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