It was big night in Los Angeles last night.
The Toronto Maple Leafs kept things rolling with a very dominating 6-2 win against the Kings.
Big nights from John Tavares and Auston Matthews as they registered a goal and an assist each leaving the Leafs with a 8-2-0 record heading into their match against the San Jose Sharks tomorrow night.
While Tavares and Matthews made the highlight reels, it was defenseman Rasmus Sandin who finds himself in the Leafs' record books.
Sandin registered 3 assists last night at the age of 21 years and 262 days.
He's now the youngest defenseman to register a 3 assist game since Tomas Kaberle did it in 1998 at the age of 20 years and 255 days.
Is Sandin setting himself up for a huge season?
In on half of his team's goals in a 6-2 road win over the Kings Wednesday, Rasmus Sandin at 21 years and 262 days of age is the youngest @MapleLeafs defenceman to have a 3-assist game since November 12, 1998 when Tomas Kaberle at 20 yrs & 255 days old did so in a 10-3 win vs CHI pic.twitter.com/RbFM8nxMIR
— StatsCentre (@StatsCentre) November 25, 2021