Mitchell Marner can count on Jack Campbell. Literally.
The Toronto Maple Leafs forward counted to 10 on Campbell in acknowledgment of the goalie's win streak that set a new team record after their 3-2 win against the Montreal Canadiens.
Campbell made 32 saves, improving to 10-0-0 and also setting an NHL record for most consecutive victories to start a season. Aside from Marner's unique celebration, the Maple Leafs mobbed Campbell to congratulate him for the accomplishment.
Marner then took to Twitter to give his goalie some more love.
Campbell, selected by the Dallas Stars in the first round (No. 11) of the 2010 NHL Draft, has endured a tumultuous ride on his way to Toronto. That has made seeing his teammates' joy over his success that much sweeter.
"It's been a long journey," Campbell told Sportsnet while also appearing to choke back tears. "Just to have their support every single guy, it's crazy. It's a dream come true. Something I worked very hard for, and there's not a day I don't thank the lord for putting me in Toronto with these amazing guys."