Pierre-Luc Dubois: continuing to silence doubters since his draft day.
Dubois has reached 100 career points as a Columbus Blue Jacket - the youngest for a drafted player in franchise history.
This milestone was achieved off of a primary assist on a Josh Anderson goal in the first period against the Ottawa Senators.
And with it, Dubois puts his name in elite company with this record - accomplishing it quicker than former Blue Jacket players Nikolai Zherdev and Rick Nash.
An assist on Andersons goal gives Pierre-Luc Dubois 42-58-100 in 143 games. He has reached 100 points faster than any player in #CBJ history, besting Nikolai Zherdev (47-53-100 in 156 games). Rick Nash picked up his 100th point in his 164th game.
— CBJ Public Relations (@BlueJacketsPR) February 23, 2019
Dubois has already surpassed his 2017-2018 point total of 48 points with 52 points currently on the season, developing into a nearly point-per-game player, and a vital center to the Blue Jackets lineup.
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