Sidney Crosby added to his lengthy list of accomplishments as the Pittsburgh Penguins captain registered his 1,000th career NHL point.

The 29-year-old picked up the milestone point Thursday with an assist against the Winnipeg Jets.

No. 87 becomes the 86th player in NHL history to reach the milestone and the third player this season to hit the mark. Alex Ovechkin and Henrik Sedin both crossed the 1,000-point barrier in January. Other active players in the exclusive club are Jaromir Jagr (1,900), Joe Thornton (1,379), Jarome Iginla (1,288), Marian Hossa (1,123) and Patrick Marleau (1,069).

Crosby, to no one’s surprise, was recently named one of the top 100 players in NHL history.