Brett Hull scored his 600th and 601st goals last night in the Dallas Stars' 5-4 victory over the visiting Anaheim Mighty Ducks to become the 12th NHL player to reach the milestone.
Hull, set up in the high slot, took a pass from Kirk Muller and fired a one-timer past goalie Guy Hebert to tie it at 4 with 13 minutes 24 seconds left in the third period.
Hull added the winning goal 2:13 later, connecting from the left circle.
"Finally it's over," Hull said. "I was pressing. I sat in the locker room between the second and third periods with my head in my hands. I was frustrated and angry. I was sick of answering questions, sick of the whole thing."
Hull and his father, Bobby, are the first father-son combination in the 600 club. Bobby Hull had 610 goals.
Wayne Gretzky is the leader with 894 goals. Hull is tied for 11th with Jari Kurri.
Hull accomplished the feat in 900 games, becoming the third-fastest player to 600.
Gretzky got his 600th goal in his 718th game, and Mario Lemieux reached the milestone in 719 games.
Hull's milestone goal drew the Stars even after Ted Donato gave the Mighty Ducks a 4-3 lead at 1:40 of the third period.
* RED WINGS 4, BLACKHAWKS 4: Brendan Shanahan scored off a rebound with 32 seconds left in the third period as host Detroit tied Chicago. The Red Wings had just finished a power play when Shanahan took two jabs at a rebound at the edge of the crease and finally beat goalie Steve Passmore (46 saves).