There is no ambiguity about the best hockey player in the world at the moment.
So superior is Connor McDavid of Edmonton.
Early Sunday morning, McDavid scored 1 + 3 in a 4-3 win against Vancouver, breaking the ghost line of 100 power points.
The Canadian has now made the powers of 32 + 68 = 100 in 53 matches of the season.
To reach the ghost line, McDavid took a nice finish at the end of the regular season.
In the last 11 matches, he has scored 31 points.
The 100-point mark has been broken faster 25 years ago, in the 1995-96 season, when Pittsburgh’s fearsome duo Mario Lemieux and Jaromir Jagr put in their best.
Apart from McDavid, Lemieux and Jagr, no one else has reached a hundred points so quickly in the last 30 years.
Video of McDavid's 100th point:
McDavid have scored 1,89 matches per season.
In the normal season, he would have swung to 155 points, so only Lemieux and Wayne Gretzky have achieved more in history.
McDavid’s season is the most powerful in the NHL since Lemieux’s 25 years ago.
At the time, Super-Mario knocked out cheekless scores at 69 + 92 = 161 in 70 matches.
No Finn has reached 100 power points in this millennium.
In the 2016-17 season, McDavid himself won by far just 100 points on the points exchange, which he scored during 82 matches.
McDavid, 24, broke the 100-point mark for the fourth time in his career.
Also last season, it would have been without the corona suspension paper, as at the time of the suspension, McDavid already had 97 points in the pile.
On this season’s point exchange, McDavid’s superiority is crushing.
Second teammate Leon Draisaitl is 21 points behind and third place is shared by Brad Marchand and Mitch Marner with 33 points.
Chain friend Jesse Puljujärvi also helped McDavid score points in Sunday morning's Vancouver match.
At the beginning of the second round, Puljujärvi fired Oilers' 2-0 goal from McDavid's preliminary work.
The finish was for Puljujärvi in the 15th of the season.
In a total of 52 matches, he has now made powers of 15 + 12 = 27.
Puljujärvi is third in the oilers 'strikers' goal statistics immediately after McDavid and Draisaitl and fourth in the points statistics, although the playing time in first place has been minimal.