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Sports Zetterberg passes Ted Lindsay on Red Wings' all-time goals list

14:07  13 march  2018
14:07  13 march  2018 Source:   thescore.com

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Henrik Zetterberg surpassed Detroit Red Wings royalty Monday night. The veteran forward's third-period marker moved him past Hall of Famer Ted Lindsay and into sole possession of fifth place on the franchise's all - time goals list with 336 in his career. Lindsay needed only 862 games over 13

Henrik Zetterberg surpassed Detroit Red Wings royalty Monday night. The veteran forward's third-period marker moved him past Hall of Famer Ted Lindsay and into sole possession of fifth place on the franchise's all - time goals list with 336 in his career. Lindsay needed only 862 games over 13

Henrik Zetterberg surpassed Detroit Red Wings royalty Monday night.

The veteran forward's third-period marker moved him past Hall of Famer Ted Lindsay and into sole possession of fifth place on the franchise's all-time goals list with 336 in his career.

Lindsay needed only 862 games over 13 seasons with Detroit to collect the 335 goals he scored with the team from 1944-45 to 1956-57.

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Zetterberg got his 336th in his 1,069th regular-season contest. He's played his entire 15-year career with the Red Wings.

The 37-year-old is now 64 goals from tying Sergei Fedorov for fourth, but he's closing in on him in the points department.

Zetterberg ranks fifth on the club's all-time assist list, more than 200 helpers behind Alex Delvecchio, but his goal and an earlier assist Monday night moved him to within four points of Fedorov for fifth in the points category.

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