800 for 88

Patrick Kane reached a significant career benchmark on New Year’s Eve.

Chicago’s superstar forward collected two assists in the first period against the Calgary Flames. The two helpers gave him 487 assists to go with 313 goals in the decade – exactly 800 points – in 742 regular season games played.

Kane leads the entire NHL in points since Jan. 1, 2010.

12 thoughts on “800 for 88

  1. Another amazing accomplishment for Kane in an unbelievable career, well done. 1000 pts will be coming soon, be good to see him reach that on upcoming homestand after Vancouver game.

  2. I can remember a TON of people saying “the kid is too small to play in the NHL”.

    Thank god he’s a Blackhawk!

  3. Solidifies his name in American hockey history, and he’s not even close to being done. When he does decide to hang up the skates, will he be considered the best American born hockey player?
    For me, Brian Leetch has been my standard #1 (because of my age). And I have a huge soft spot for Modano, Chelios, Roenick.
    88 is inching closer to being #1a right under Leetch….

  4. Went to my Hawks game in 2015, seeing him in person him being smaller than I thought from watching him on tv. Which makes him even more amazing to him.

  5. No doubt Kane goes down as the best “American Born” hockey player of all time. So lucky we have him here!! NHL power rankings have him at 15 for top players of the decade, what a joke!! Can’t believe they have the “traffic cone” Karlsson listed at #3. These writers have no clue, Kane should at least be top 5. That’s OK, he can flash the 3 rings at all the players above him!!!

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