Here are the NHL all time points leaders by country

NHL All Time Points Leaders

Some of the NHL all time points leaders may surprise you. Especially if you are from the United States. It surprised us a little bit to see who was on that illustrious list of great hockey players.

Is Wayne GRetzky nothing more that a myth to young hockey players today? Kind of like what Gordie Howe was to young hockey players in the late 70’s and early 80’s? Of course die hard hockey people that read this site can remember the greats such as Gretzky and Lemieux.

Nonetheless less some of the greatest players of all time come from eras that were unexpectedly good at hockey. So below we list the NHL all time point leaders by country.

Lets see which country outperforms which country in the point totals. The list results below may surprise you.

NHL All Time Point Leaders By Country

Canada

Wayne Gretzky – 2857 Points

Mark Messier – 1887 Points

Gordie Howe – 1859 Points

Ron Francis – 1798 Points

Marcel Dionne – 1771 Points

Steve Yzerman – 1755 Points

Mario Lemieux – 1723 Points

Joe Sakic – 1641 Points

Phil Esposito – 1590 Points

Ray Bourque – 1579 Points

United States

Brett Hull – 1391 Points

Mike Modano – 1374 Points

Phil Housley – 1232 Points

Jeremy Roenick – 1216 Points

Keith Tkachuk – 1065 Points

Joe Mullen – 1063 Points

Doug Weight – 1033 Points

Brian Leetch – 1028 Points

Pat Lafontaine – 1013 Points

Patrick Kane – 974 PointsCurrently Playing

Russia

Alexander Ovechkin – 1244 PointsCurrently Playing

Sergie Fedorov – 1179 Points

Alexander Mogilny – 1032 Points

Alexei Kovalev – 1029 Points

Evgeni Malkin – 1028 Points – Currently Playing

Pavel Datsyuk – 918 Points

Ilya Kovalchuck – 859 Points – Currently Playing

Vyacheslav Kozlov – 853 Points

Sergei Gonchar – 811 Points

Alexei Yashin – 781 Points

Czech Republic

Jaromire Jagr – 1921 Points

Patrik Elias – 1025 Points

Milan Hejduk – 805 Points

Vaclav Prospal – 765 Points

Bobby Holik – 747 Points

Petr Sykora – 721 Points

Petr Nedved – 717 Points

Martin Straka – 717 Points

Robert Lang – 703 Points

David Krejci – 664 Points – Currently Playing

Finland

Teemu Selanne – 1457 Points

Jari Kurri – 1398 Points

Saku Koivu – 832 Points

Olli Jokinen – 750 Points

Mikko Koivu – 700 points – Currently Playing

Teppo Numminen – 637 Points

Esa Tikkanen – 630 Points

Kimmo Timonen – 571 Points

Jusi Jokinen – 563 Points

Jere Lehtinen – 514 Points

Sweden

Mats Sundin – 1349 Points

Daniel Alfredsson – 1157 Points

Nicklas Lidstrom – 1142 Points

Henrik Sedin – 1070 Points

Daniele Sedin – 1041 Points

Henrik Zetterberg – 960 Points

Nicklas Backstrom – 893 Points – Currently Playing

Peter Forsberg – 885 Points

Markus Naslund – 869 Points

Tomas Sandstrom – 856 Points

Given these numbers and the surprise that we don’t have the number of Europeans higher on the list is a clear indicator of the success of the North American program. One of the bigger surprises to us is the lack of point production or depth in the Scandinavian born players.

Nonetheless I would want any of these NHL all time points leaders on my team!

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