For Luc Robitaille, an NHL landmark goal came in a new uniform, one he has grown accustomed to in a hurry.
Robitaille, a 16-year veteran now with Detroit, became the 13th NHL player to reach 600 goals in a 1-0 victory late Friday at Anaheim.
The eight-time All-Star left wing scored 520 of those goals in two stints with Los Angeles and helped lead the franchise to the Stanley Cup finals for the only time with a career-high 63 goals in 1992-93.
When his contract with the Kings ended after last season, the 35-year-old signed with Detroit. With him, Brett Hull and Steve Yzerman, the Red Wings have three of the 13 members of the 600-goal club.