Patrick Kane extends point streak to 14 games

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Patrick Kane’s remarkable seven-game goal streak came to an end Wednesday night, but his point streak continued.

With a second-period assist on Duncan Keith’s goal, Kane extended his streak to 14 games, tying a career high.

He added another helper on Artemi Panarin’s goal, which put Chicago up 2-0.

Kane now leads the NHL with 30 points and is on pace to score more points than any Blackhawk ever has in a single season.

In fact, No Blackhawks player has been the fastest to reach 30 goals in a season since Bobby Hull did it on November 14, 1968.

Marian Hossa scored the game-winner a little more than a minute into overtime to lift the Blackhawks to a 4-3 win.

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