Mar 10, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Blackhawks right wingPatrick Kane
(88) celebrates scoring a goal during the second period against the Edmonton Oilers at the United Center. Mandatory Credit: Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports
Patrick Kane became the 2nd Chicago Blackhawk to make it to the 400 point plateau this season joining Patrick Sharp. The Blackhawks star achieved the 400 points in just 426 games. It wasn’t one of his highlight reel goals that achieved the point, but one of his sensational passes which set up a Johnny Oduya goal. Kane now has 140 goals and 260 assists which proves that he is simply one of the best offensive forces in the NHL and his passing can be just as great as his scoring plays.
Kane is already 22nd in Blackhawks history in points scored and he’s only 24 years old! He could break a lot of Blackhawks records in years to come and we can all thank Stan Bowman for not pulling the trigger on any monster trades that could have involved Patrick Kane!!
Congrats on 400 and all the highlights you have provide Hawks Fans!! Here’s to the next 400!!
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