— NHL (@NHL) November 1, 2018
From the NHL release:
Kane shared the League lead with 11 goals and placed fourth overall with 18 points in 12 outings to power the Blackhawks to a 6-4-3 (15 points) first month of the season. He also found the scoresheet in all but one game, accumulating five multi-point performances and a pair of three-point efforts: Oct. 20 at CBJ (2-1-3) and Oct. 27 at STL (2-1-3). Kane scored in eight different contests, becoming the first Blackhawks player with 11 goals through the team’s opening 11 games since 1967-68 (Bobby Hull). The 29-year-old Buffalo native ranks fourth in the NHL with 323-523-846 (834 GP) since making his debut in 2007-08.