Leafs player passes two NHL legends

Hall of Fame material?

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Toronto Maple Leafs Patrick Marleau helped his team beat the Los Angeles Kings 3-2 on Monday night, as he scored the game-winning goal. It was Marleau's 99th game-winning goal of his career, which makes him take sole possession of eight all-time, placing him in front of Bobby Hull and Guy Lafleur (98 game-winning goals each).

Marleau, 38, was drafted second overall by the San Jose Sharks in 1997. He played 19 seasons in California, before signing with the Leafs as a free agent this past summer. In 1502 games played, the Canadian forward registered 1088 points. He added 120 points in 177 playoff games. 

What a career this guy has!