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Now official following the opening puck drop, stick taps to Brent Burns, Jordan Martinook, and Dmitry Orlov, the three #Canes…

— NHL Game Day Stats (@GameDayStatsNHL) Apr 16, 2024

Brent Burns is set to skate in his 830th consecutive game tonight, tying Andrew Cogliano for the seventh-longest ironman stre…

— NHL Game Day Stats (@GameDayStatsNHL) Mar 19, 2024

Brent Burns will play his 1,400th NHL game tonight.

He joins Ryan Suter as the second player from the 2003 draft to reach th…

— NHL Game Day Stats (@GameDayStatsNHL) Mar 16, 2024

Brind’Amour said maintenance day for Burns, Slavin and Aho. Fast took a step forward practicing today, and Brind’Amour said th…

— NHL Game Day News (@GameDayNewsNHL) Jan 8, 2024

With Brent Burns expected to claim sole possession of eighth place tonight, here are the only skaters in NHL history who have…

— NHL Game Day Stats (@GameDayStatsNHL) Nov 15, 2023

Brent Burns has logged the second-most ice time by a player aged 38 or older in NHL history tonight. Well, since the league starting tracking time on ice. Burns is at 46:42. Ray Bourque was 63 days older when he played 53:26 for Boston, also in Raleigh, on April 30, 1999.

— NHL Game Day Stats (@GameDayStatsNHL) May 19, 2023