Tuesday night was a milestone night for the San Jose Sharks’ Patrick Marleau.

The veteran forward became just the sixth player in NHL history to suit up for 800 consecutive regular-season games.

Currently, Marleau and Florida Panthers defenseman Keith Yandle are the only active players to hit the milestone mark. However, Arizona Coyotes forward Phil Kessel is not far behind at 789 straight contests.

The 40-year old hasn’t missed a regular season game since the 2008-09 season, which is impressive with all the athletes that take nights off for load management or a hangnail. Marleau has now played in 1,669 games over his career which is the fifth most in league history.

He signed with the Sharks on October 9 after playing two seasons with the Toronto Maple Leafs. Prior to that, Marleau spent the first 19 NHL seasons with San Jose.