Last year, Patrick Kane became just the fourth skater to record 1,000 points as a member of the Chicago Blackhawks. Now, he’s joined another exclusive list.
On Sunday night, against the Detroit Red Wings, Kane ripped home a benchmark goal.
Kane scored his 400th career regular season goal, making him the fourth player in franchise history to score that many in the Indian head.
- Bobby Hull – 604 in 1,036 games
- Stan Mikita – 541 in 1,396 games
- Steve Larmer – 406 in 891 games
- Patrick Kane – 400 in 996 games
Kane became the 100th player in NHL history to score 400 goals and only the ninth player born in the US to reach the milestone.
Kane’s 63 career game-winning goals rank fourth in franchise history behind Hull, Mikita and Jonathan Toews. His 110 power play goals also rank fourth in franchise history behind Larmer, Hull and Mikita.
Patrick Kane: 400 career NHL goals— Christopher Kamka (@ckamka) March 1, 2021
200 in "home" games*
*199 at United Center, 1 in Finland
200 in road games
123 in 1st period
137 in 2nd period
131 in 3rd period
9 in overtime