With an assist on Aleksander Barkov‘s late third period goal in Wednesday’s game against the San Jose Sharks, Florida Panthers forward Jaromir Jagr became just the second player in NHL history to record 1,900 career points.

Jagr joins Wayne Gretzky as the only other player to ever hit the 1,900-point plateau.

With the game coming on Jagr’s 45th birthday, he also became just the fifth player and third skater in NHL history to suit up for a NHL game following his 45th birthday, joining the likes of Gordie Howe, Chris Chelios, Moe Roberts, and Johnny Bower.

Unfortunately, for the birthday boy he still remains 957 points behind Gretzky for first place on the all-time points list.