Alexander Steen and his father, Thomas, joined some elite company Thursday night.
The St. Louis Blues forward picked up three assists in a 5-2 win over the Detroit Red Wings, and his second was the 600th point of his career.
With that helper, the Steens became only the fourth father-son tandem to each hit the 600-point plateau in their careers, joining Gordie and Mark Howe, Bobby and Brett Hull, and Peter and Paul Stastny, according to NHL.com's Lou Korac.
Thomas Steen racked up 817 points in 950 games across 14 NHL seasons with the original Winnipeg Jets from 1981-82 to 1994-95.
Alex Steen has 601 in 955 contests over 14 campaigns spent with the Blues and Toronto Maple Leafs.