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Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook recorded 12 points, 10 rebounds and 17 assists in Sunday's 93-75 win over the Miami Heat, making him the seventh player since 1985-86 to record 10 or more triple-doubles in a single season, per Sportsnet Stats.

With Thunder forward Kevin Durant sidelined by a foot injury since Feb. 19, Westbrook has recorded eight of those triple-doubles in his last 13 games.

Per ESPN Stats & Info, the 26-year-old guard is the first player since Jason Kidd in 2007-08 to notch 10 triple-doubles in the same season.

Prior to Kidd and Westbrook, the last three players to accomplish this feat were Grant Hill, Magic Johnson and Larry Bird, per ESPN Stats & Info.

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Anaheim Ducks forward Corey Perry scored his 30th and 31st goals of the season during the first period of Sunday's 7-2 loss to the New York Rangers, giving him five 30-goal seasons through his first 10 NHL campaigns.

While his impressive showing wasn't nearly enough to get the job done in Sunday's ugly blowout, the 29-year-old winger has again been one of the keys to Anaheim's success, with the Ducks on the verge of their eighth postseason appearance in Perry's 10 seasons.

Despite missing 15 of the team's 74 games to date, Perry comfortably leads the Ducks in goals, while his 50 points are second to only Ryan Getzlaf's 66.

A staple for the Ducks since he was selected 28th overall in the 2003 NHL entry draft, Perry ranks second on the all-time franchise list for games (714), third for goals (294), fourth for assists (303) and fourth for points (597), per Hockey-Reference.com.

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With the announcement of his retirement over the weekend, guard Steve Nash will finish his career as the NBA's all-time leader in free-throw percentage, per ESPN Stats & Info.

The 41-year-old future Hall of Famer converted at a 90.43 percent clip from the charity stripe over the course of his 18-year career, edging out Mark Price (90.39 percent) for the top spot on the all-time list.

Nash led the league in free-throw percentage in 2005-06 and 2009-10, with the first of those seasons marking the second of his back-to-back MVP campaigns.

While the MVP awards remain a topic of occasional debate to this day, there's no question that Nash will be enshrined in the Hall of Fame, despite never playing in the NBA Finals.

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Arizona Coyotes defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson scored his 20th goal of the season in Sunday's 3-1 loss to the Vancouver Canucks, making him just the fourth blueliner in franchise history to tally 20 or more goals in a single season, per Coyotes Media Relations Coordinator Greg Dillard.

The milestone goal was rather impressive, with the 23-year-old Swede taking the puck coast-to-coast and then putting his own rebound past Canucks goalie Jacob Markstrom to tie the game at 1-1 in the first period. It was actually the second rebound that Ekman-Larsson sneaked in, as he was credited with three shots on goal for the impressive sequence.

Of course, his solo effort wasn't enough to snap the Coyotes' losing streak, which now stands at an NHL-worst eight games.

Arizona has dropped to the bottom of the Western Conference standings, conveniently making a push for the NHL's worst record as a loaded draft approaches.

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Sitting at 48 assists through 68 games this season, San Jose Sharks forward Joe Thornton needs just two more helpers to become the 16th player in NHL history with 50 or more assists in 10 different seasons, per Sportsnet Stats.

Following an assist-less showing in Saturday's 2-0 loss to the Montreal Canadiens, the 35-year-old center will get his next crack at the milestone in Monday's road game against the Ottawa Senators.

While largely a pushover in recent seasons, the Senators suddenly find themselves in the thick of the Eastern Conference playoff race, due in large part to some fantastic work by rookie goaltender Andrew Hammond, who has widely become known as "The Hamburglar."

Thornton and the Sharks thus figure to have their hands full, though the veteran did produce a pair of multi-assist games last week, and the Hamburglar finally seems to be cooling down a bit.

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Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez had 26 points and four blocks in Saturday's 123-111 win over the Indiana Pacers, making him the first player in franchise history to record 25 or more points and four or more blocks in back-to-back games, per Elias Sports Bureau (via ESPN.com).

New Orleans Pelicans forward Anthony Davis is the only other player to accomplish the feat this season, having done so on Jan. 14 and 21, with a three-game injury absence in between.

Lopez also added four rebounds and a turnover in Saturday's win, but it was the first of his two stat lines that really sticks out.

The 26-year-old center had 32 points, 18 rebounds, two assists, five blocks and just one turnover in 41 minutes during Friday's 129-127 triple-overtime win over the Milwaukee Bucks.

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Ottawa Senators forward Mike Hoffman scored his 43rd point of the season during Saturday's 5-3 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs, moving him past Martin Havlat for the fifth-most points by a rookie in team history, per Sportsnet Stats.

The 25-year-old winger ended a six-game streak without points in impressive fashion, as he slid a wrist shot past Maple Leafs goaltender James Reimer to open the game's scoring in the first period.

The goal was Hoffman's 25th of the season, with 18 assists bringing him to a total of 43 points.

A fifth-round draft pick in 2009, Hoffman has already proved to be quite the steal after recording 30 goals and 37 assists in just 51 games for AHL Binghamton last season.

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Ottawa Senators goaltender Andrew Hammond led his team to a 5-3 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday, making him the fifth goalie in NHL history to pick up at least one point in each of the first 14 starts of his career, per Sportsnet Stats.

The 27-year-old rookie sensation has gotten the starting nod in 14 of his 15 games this season after making one appearance off the bench in 2013-14.

Hammond owns a sterling 13-0-1 record along with a .947 save percentage and a 1.65 goals-against average (GAA). If he had played enough games to qualify, Hammond would lead the NHL in save percentage and GAA—categories that are currently topped by Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price, who is an overwhelming favorite to win the Vezina Trophy.

Widely known as The Hamburglar, Hammond remarkably allowed two or fewer goals in each of his first 12 starts, tying a record set by Frank Brimsek for the Boston Bruins in 1938-39, per NHL.com.

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Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price stopped all 29 shots he faced in Saturday's 2-0 win over the San Jose Sharks, putting up a shutout in back-to-back games for the second time this season, per Sportsnet Stats.

Saturday's victory was preceded by Thursday's 4-0 win over the Carolina Hurricanes, with Price blocking all 31 Carolina shots in the blowout.

The 27-year-old Vezina Trophy front-runner has nine shutouts this season, tying him with Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury for tops in the NHL.

Price is all but a lock to be named the league's top goaltender, as he leads the NHL in all three major netminding categories, with 40 wins, a .938 save percentage and a 1.86 goals-against average.

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Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Eric Brewer became the 300th player to record 1,000 career appearances when he took the ice for Saturday's game against the Ottawa Senators, per Sportsnet Stats.

Unfortunately for the 16-year veteran, Saturday's game was otherwise an unmemorable occasion, with a 5-3 defeat extending the Maple Leafs' latest losing streak to five games.

Brewer didn't have any points or shots on goal, and he had a minus-one rating over 22 minutes, 10 seconds of ice time.

Now playing for his sixth NHL team, the 35-year-old blueliner has largely had an unnoticed career since going fifth overall to the New York Islanders in the 1997 NHL Entry Draft.