Jonathan Quick stopped all 16 shots he faced to earn his 300th career win as the LA Kings defeated the Edmonton Oilers, 4-0.
Quick also earned his 51st career shutout, tied for 25th on the all-time list.
Video: EDM@LAK: Kopitar scores 300th, Quick wins 300th
"In my opinion, he's the best goalie in the world," Anze Kopitar said. "We're certainly very fortunate to play in front of him. To get the 300th win with the exclamation point, with the shutout, it's awesome for him."
He became the 17th goaltender in NHL history to reach the 300-win mark before playing 600 games. Quick is the second fastest American to reach the 300-win plateau (Ryan Miller did it in 566 games) and 11th fastest overall.
Video: EDM@LAK: Quick discusses his 300th victory
"It's just the group of guys I've been lucky enough to play with the past  years," Quick said about reaching the milsetone.
Video: EDM@LAK: Quick sprawls to make acrobatic save
"We're trying to go all out for him," Drew Doughty said. "We're trying to get a shutout for him -- we all realized that the entire third period, especially when it got up to 4-0."
Quick is the franchise leader in games played, wins, save percentage, goals-against average and shutouts.