It was a milestone for Evgeni Malkin.
The Pittsburgh Penguins forward scored his 12th regular-season overtime goal in a 6-5 win against the Boston Bruins on Sunday, giving him sole possession of the Penguins record.
Malkin passed owner Mario Lemieux, who scored 11 regular-season overtime goals during his Hall of Fame career.
He scored off a great give-and-go with Phil Kessel to beat Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask.
Video: BOS@PIT: Malkin, Kessel pot give-and-go for OT winner
But Malkin's record isn't exactly safe. Also sitting with 11 regular-season overtime goals for the Penguins? Malkin's teammate, Sidney Crosby.
Lightning poised to strike?
The Tampa Bay Lightning are the NHL leaders in points at the midway point of the season and are looking like the clear Stanley Cup favorite. There are three big reasons why and NHL.com Staff Writer Mike Zeisberger gives them to you.
Remember that name, again
New York Islanders rookie defenseman Sebastian Aho scored his first NHL goal and had his first assist in a 5-4 shootout win against the New Jersey Devils, and he's going to have to keep playing well if he's going to keep that name. NHL.com Senior Writer Dan Rosen tells us why.
Brian Campbell has made a smooth move from player to broadcaster, but that doesn't seem to impress his 19-month-old daughter.
Celebrate good times
It was a good day for Nicklas Backstrom as the forward's goal lifted the Washington Capitals to a 4-3 overtime win against the St. Louis Blues. But you know who had a better day? Some kid in the stands.
Rantanen's halfway there
The latest NHL player to participate in Bon Jovi karaoke is the Colorado Avalanche's Mikko Rantanen.
Ryan Nash, the New York Police Department officer who was instrumental in stopping a terrorist attack in New York in November, dropped the ceremonial first puck at the New York Islanders game Sunday.
Video: NJD@NYI: NYPD officer Ryan Nash drops ceremonial puck
All-Star cast of coaches
The four coaches for the division teams at the 2018 Honda NHL All-Star Game at Amalie Arena in Tampa on Jan. 28 (3:30 p.m. ET; NBC, CBC, SN, TVA Sports) have been selected.