Jonathan Huberdeau is the Florida Panthers' new all-time scoring leader.
The 26-year-old winger recorded his 420th career point in an 8-4 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Sunday to move past Olli Jokinen for the top spot in the franchise's history.
Huberdeau set up Mike Hoffman with a beautiful feed to reach the milestone.
The Panthers honored Huberdeau, who was selected by Florida third overall at the 2011 draft, with a video tribute during a TV timeout.
The assist brought Huberdeau's point total up to a team-leading 61 through 45 games in 2019-20. The Quebec native is also on pace to break the Panthers' single-season scoring record. That mark currently belongs to teammate Aleksander Barkov, who tallied 96 points last season.