Patrick Kane Reaches Postseason Milestone

Patrick Kane Reaches Postseason Milestone

When the final horn sounded on Sunday night, Blackhawks superstar forward Patrick Kane had scored two of Chicago’s four goals in a solid home victory. The first goal of the night – seen above – was significant for the Hawks sniper.

Kane became only the fifth player in the long, storied history of the Chicago Blackhawks franchise to reach 100 career postseason points in the Indian head sweater. With his second goal, Kane has 101 points in 101 playoff games.

The organization’s all-time leaders in postseason points are:

  1. Stan Mikita – 150 (59 goals, 91 assists) in 155 games
  2. Denis Savard – 145 (61 goals, 84 assists) in 131 games
  3. Bobby Hull – 129 (62 goals, 67 assists) in 116 games
  4. Steve Larmer – 111 (45 goals, 66 assists) in 107 games
  5. Patrick Kane – 101 (42 goals, 59 assists) in 101 games
  6. Jonathan Toews – 90 points (33 goals, 47 assists) in 101 games

Hawks forward Marian Hossa currently ranks second among all active NHL players with 134 points (45 goals, 89 assists) in 170 career postseason contests. Jaromir Jagr (199 points in 202 games) is the active leader.

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