Kaprizov set Minnesota’s record for the fastest time of reaching the 80-goal mark for a club.
25-year-old forward “Minnesota Wild” Kirill Kaprizov scored a significant statistical achievement at the end of the road meeting of the regular season of the NHL with the Detroit Red Wings (1: 2).
According to the press service of the NHL, Kaprizov in this game scored his 80th anniversary goal for the “savages”.
It took only 144 matches for Kirill to reach this mark, while the record holders in the person of Eric Staal and Zach Parisa needed 45 more games (189).
Recall that this season Kaprizov took part in eight meetings for Minnesota, in which he scored six goals and five assists with a utility coefficient of “-5” and six minutes of penalty time.