While the Toronto Maple Leafs dropped a tough game to the Winnipeg Jets last night in a shootout, Auston Matthews did it again. 

The Leafs franchise player wrote himself into the Leafs record books once again setting a new bar. 

Auston Matthews is the first player inLeafs history to score 30 or more goals in each of their first four seasons.

He's also the only active player aside from Alexander Ovechkin to have 30 goals in each of his first four seasons.