Patrick Marleau played 1493 games with the San Jose Sharks over 19 seasons.
Now with the Leafs, Marleau suited up in his fourth career game on Wednesday night against the team that drafted him second overall in the 1997 NHL NHL Entry Draft.
In the second period, Marleau took a feed from Andreas Johnsson on the man-advantage where he buried his 6th goal of the season.
After spending all those years in San Jose, the goal against the Sharks meant that Marleau now has a tally against all 31 NHL teams in his career.
If you head on over to HockeyReference.com, you can see for yourself under Marleau's split stats that there was a zero next to the Sharks under the goal column coming into the game.
The goal gives Marleau 541 career markers, tying Stan Mikita for 31st all-time in career game No. 1601.
(h/t NHL PR)