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Mark Recchi is about to begin his 23rd season in professional hockey and his second full season with the Boston Bruins after he was acquired from Tampa Bay at the March 2009 trade deadline. At 42, Mark is the oldest active player in the NHL and is the active leader in points (1,485), assists (922) and games played (1,571, which is 9th in league history). He is second in goals among active players with 563, and has scored another 56 goals in 164 career playoff games. A two-time Stanley Cup champion (with Pittsburgh in 1991 and Carolina in 2006), Recchi has reached the 100+ point mark three times (with a high of 53-70-123 for Philadelphia in 1992-93, which is still the Flyers single season point record).