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McDavid's 100 points in 53 games garners plenty of social media reaction

Oilers captain continues scoring at ridiculous pace and everyone's loving it

by Dan O'Leary @DanOLeary25 / Staff Writer

McDavid reaches 100 NHL points

VAN@EDM: McDavid notches goal, three assists for 100

Connor McDavid scores 45 seconds into the 1st and recorded three assists in the 2nd to notch 100 NHL points in 53 games

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Connor McDavid kept it 100 on Saturday.

The Edmonton Oilers captain picked up four points in a 4-3 victory against the Vancouver Canucks giving him 100 this season in just 53 games.

Only eight other players have scored 100 points in 53 games or less in NHL history: Wayne Gretzky, Mario Lemieux, Jaromir Jagr, Phil Esposito, Marcel Dionne, Steve Yzerman, Jari Kurri and Bernie Nicholsl.

After putting up a goal and three assists on Saturday, social media lit up with wonder for the 2017 Hart Trophy winner who is undoubtedly in the mix for the 2021 award.

Tweet from @EdmontonOilers: There. It. Is. #LetsGoOilers

Even the Oilers opponent had to respect it.

Tweet from @Canucks: Congrats Connor!

Tweets from around the League poured in in praise of McDavid.

Tweet from @NHLonNBCSports: 100 points.53 games.Connor McDavid is not from this planet. 👽(Via: @NHL)

Tweet from @hockeynight: Connor McDavid has done it 🚨100 points. 53 games. 👏👏👏

Tweet from @mike_p_johnson: 100 points for McDavid is an incredible accomplishment in any year, let alone 53 games. We know he���s great, but this night, like a Gretzky with 5 to get 50 in 39, he is on another level. One of the best games I can remember

Tweet from @RandipJanda: History. 100 points for McDavid in 53 games. @HkyNightPunjabi

Big time Oilers fan and musician Brett Kissel was fired up for the feat.

Tweet from @BrettKissel: McDavid is better at hockey, than any other athlete is at their sport. @EdmontonOilers Congrats @cmcdavid97 on this un-f***ing-believable accomplishment!

Hockey YouTuber Nasher summed up McDavid's season simply with two emojis that would be hard to argue against.

Tweet from @TheNasher61: 💯🐐

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