Evgeni Malkin scored his 900th NHL point, and the Pittsburgh Penguins won their 11th straight game at home, 5-3 against the Toronto Maple Leafs at PPG Paints Arena on Saturday.
Malkin reached the milestone when he scored to tie it 2-2 at 11:51 of the first period. Carl Hagelin passed to Bryan Rust at the right post, who knocked the puck out of the air back across the crease to Malkin, who shot past goalie Frederik Andersen.
Malkin, who finished the game with a goal and two assists, became the fourth player in Penguins history to reach 900 points, joining Mario Lemieux (1,723), Sidney Crosby (1,093) and Jaromir Jagr (1,079). He has 20 points (12 goals, eight assists) in his past 10 games, and 31 (19 goals, 12 assists) in his past 18.