In 44 years of hockey, through the team’s darkest seasons and golden eras, plenty of scoring sensations have suited up for the Washington Capitals. Surprisingly, for a team that did not win their first Stanley Cup until 2018, five different Capitals have breached the 50-goal barrier, more than on half of the “Original Six” teams.
As the summer rolls along and we get closer and closer to hockey, it’s time to look back to the history books. The San Jose Sharks have had multiple players come close to the 50-goal club, but only one player has hit that mark. The 1991-92 season was the inaugural season for the Fins, and
Since relocating from Atlanta in 2011, the second incarnation of the Winnipeg Jets has not had a 50-goal scorer (although Ilya Kovalchuk did accomplish the feat twice with the Thrashers, scoring 52 in both 2005-06 and 2007-08.) While reaching the 50-goal plateau is less common and more impressive an accomplishment now than it was in