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Mitch Marner Milestone Memorabilia and Collectibles

Mitch Marner Signed Toronto Maple Leafs Milestone 6-Point Night and 1st NHL Hat Trick Pucks in Deluxe Case (Limited Edition of 16)

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This Deluxe Puck Case features signed Milestone pucks personally autographed by Mitch Marner himself. This product is officially licensed by the Na...

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On Sat. January 7, Toronto Maple Leafs forward Mitch Marner recorded his 500th NHL career point in a 4-1 win over the Detroit Red Wings. With his game-tying goal in the second period, Marner became the second-fastest Maple Leaf in franchise history to record 500 career points (second to Auston Matthews).

Also earlier this season, Marner set a franchise record with a 23-game point-scoring streak. Marner's streak was the longest in seven seasons and the longest in the 105-year history of the Maple Leafs. He became just the 12th player in NHL history with a points streak of 23 games. Marner had 11 goals and 21 assists during his run, which started Oct. 27, 2022 at San Jose.

But wait, that's not all! On Wed. November 30, 2022, Marner also tied a Toronto Maple Leafs franchise record by registering a point for 18 games in a row. Marner's streak was extended with an empty-net goal against the visiting San Jose Sharks with 1.11 left in the third period, the final goal in Toronto's 3-1 win. Marner matched the mark set by Darryl Sittler and Ed Olczyk. Sittler had 33 points from Jan. 26-March 8, 1978 while Olczyk had 28 points from Dec. 2, 1989-Jan. 8, 1990.