Boston Bruins winger David Pastrnak reached an impressive milestone during Saturday's game against the New York Rangers.
Pastrnak put the Bruins ahead early in the third period for what marked the 200th goal of his NHL career. Watch the 24-year-old accomplish the feat below:
With that goal, Pastrnak becomes the third active player in the NHL to score 200 regular-season goals and 20 playoff goals before the age of 25, per Conor Ryan of Boston Sports Journal. Alex Ovechkin and Sidney Crosby are the two others.
Pretty good company to be in.
Pastrnak now has 20 goals on the season through 47 games.