Patrice Bergeron helped the Boston Bruins become the second team behind the Montreal Canadiens, scoring 21,000 goals in the National Hockey League (NHL) on Sunday.
Logically, the Toronto Maple Leafs should be the next team to reach that plateau, because they only need 25 goals to reach their opponent.
The Detroit Red Wings are another team on the track that has flashed red lights more than 20,000 times.
Lars Eller scored the 21,000th goal in Canadian history on December 29, 2014. However, since the establishment of the Hubble Brothers on December 4, 1909, the counting began eight years before the NHL was founded.