Taylor Hall's power play goal against the Panthers on Thursday night extended his point streak to 16 consecutive games, establishing a new club record.
Patrick Elias (1999-00) and Brian Gionta (2005-06) held the previous mark with a point in 15 straight games.
Hall has actually tallied a point in 23 consecutive contests, but he missed three games during that time with an injured finger and the NHL considers the streak interrupted.
The 26-year-old has scored 16 goals and notched 17 assists during his unofficial 23-game streak. Hall has not been held off the scoresheet in a game he has participated in since Dec. 30 against the Capitals.
His 28 goals are a new career high and he's just 11 points shy of tying his personal best of 80 points, set with the Oilers in 2013-14.
Hall currently has 69 points in 59 games this season.