Quebecer Patrice Bergeron became the third best scorer in Boston Bruins history on Saturday night.
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The center player became an accomplice to Brad Marchand's net in the first period of the duel against the San Jose Sharks to obtain a 1013th point with the "Oursons" and in the National Hockey League.
He thus overtook the great Phil Esposito, the team's big star in the 1960s and 1970s, who scored 1,012 of his 1,590 career points in Boston. The Ontarian also played for the Chicago Blackhawks and New York Rangers.
Montreal defender Raymond Bourque continues to lead the Bruins with 1,506 points. Forward Johnny Bucyk is second with 1,339 points.
Bergeron, 37, has 31 points in 39 games this season.