It was a wild night for Marian Gaborik and Anze Kopitar against Minnesota.
The duo led the LA Kings to a 5-2 comeback win over the Minnesota Wild, but the one night of magic is nothing new for either player.
Late in the third period, Kopitar won a face-off directly to Gaborik, who, for the 400th time in his career, found the back of the net. The goal also marked his 800th point, while that assist was the 500th of Kopitar's career.
Not a bad little combination for a goal.
Video: MIN@LAK: Gaborik nets his 400th goal off the faceoff
"It feels great, especially playing against my former team," Gabroik said after being named the first star of the game.
The Wild, however, did not seem as enthusiastic following Gaborik's milestone goal...
With the goal, Gaborik became is now the sixth active player to reach the 400-goal milestone, joining Jaromir Jagr, Alex Ovechkin, Marian Hossa, Patrick Marleau and Rick Nash on the list.
He is the 94th player in NHL history to eclipse 400 career goals.
And, without looking it up, we're pretty confident that Kopitar is the first Slovenian to reach 500 career assists.
Now to figure out which player gets to keep the puck...