Mitch Marner’s ninth multi-point game in the 2016 playoffs, and remarkably his sixth game with three or more points, has him on a historic pace for an OHL playoff campaign in the modern era.

Here’s Marner’s latest work — two goals and two assists — in a Game Three win over the Erie, placing the Knights on the verge of an OHL Western Conference Final sweep over the Otters.

(That’s Dylan Strome Mitch Marner is undressing at the 30-second mark)

Mitch Marner now leads the OHL in playoff scoring with 35 points in 13 games, four ahead of teammate Christian Dvorak and 10 ahead of his nearest non-Knights competition.

Let’s put this into historical context.

Top 10 All-Time -- OHL Playoff Scoring -- U19 -- Points Per Game

1 Doug Gilmour (C)1981-1982Cornwall Royals5691532
2 Jason Allison (C)1993-1994London Knights521315313
3 Mitchell Marner (C/RW)2015-2016London Knights131421352.698
4 Connor McDavid (C)2014-2015Erie Otters202128492.4512
5 Justin Papineau (C/LW)1998-1999Belleville Bulls212130512.4320
6 Pat Peake (RW)1990-1991Plymouth Whalers789172.4310
7 Glen Murray (RW)1990-1991Sudbury Wolves584122.410
8 Eric Lindros (C)1990-1991Oshawa Generals161820382.3893
9 Matthew Tkachuk (LW)2015-2016London Knights131516312.3822
10 Mitchell Marner (C/RW)2014-2015London Knights797162.298

Mitch Marner appears twice on the U19 list thanks to his 2015 playoff in his draft year. Now eliminate the small sample sizes from the 1980s and early 1990s, and Mitch Marner’s 2016 campaign represents the highest points-per-game playoff performance in OHL history through 13 games.

Mitch Marner PPG - 10+ games in OHL playoffs

Mitchell Marner (C/RW)2015-2016London Knights131421352.69
Adam Graves (LW)1987-1988Windsor Spitfires121418322.67
Ernie Godden (C)1980-1981Windsor Spitfires111316292.64
Cameron Mann (RW)1996-1997Peterborough Petes111018282.55
John Tucker (C)1983-1984Kitchener Rangers121218302.5
Rob Schremp (C)2005-2006London Knights191037472.47
Connor McDavid (C)2014-2015Erie Otters202128492.45
Justin Papineau (C/LW)1998-1999Belleville Bulls212130512.43
Jason Dawe (LW)1992-1993Peterborough Petes211833512.43
Ron Goodall (RW)1987-1988London Knights121514292.42

Getting awfully hard to utter the words, “he could use another year in junior,” with a straight face.

Game Four goes tomorrow night in London.