Florida Panthers defenseman Keith Yandle stretched his “Ironman Streak” to 915 consecutive games on Saturday, which ranks second all-time in NHL history. Doug Jarvis ranks first all-time with 964 games in a row.

As you may remember, Yandle teetered on the edge of seeing his streak end due to a healthy scratch. Instead, he scored his 100th career goal while keeping that consecutive games run going.

Yandle, 34, broke a tie with Garry Unger to move to second all-time with those 915 games in a row.

The NHL’s graphic on that matter gives you an idea that Yandle has some contemporaries. Frankly, it’s also simply a visual treat: