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Dec. 19, 1989

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Dec. 19, 1989

That night, in a game between the Winnipeg Jets and Los Angeles Kings at the Great Western Forum in Inglewood, California, Wayne Gretzky would register career point No. 2,183, combining regular season and playoff totals.

In his 1,992-NHL game career (regular season and playoffs, combined), Mark Messier registered 2,182 points, good for second all-time by an 82-point margin over the next closest player (Gordie Howe: 2,010).

It took Gretzky just 923 games, a shade over a decade of NHL play, to become today's all-time leading NHL points leader.

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