The Blackhawks have an unbelievable record when Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane both score

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Together, Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane form perhaps the best one-two punch in the NHL, and this stat proves it.

According to Comcast SportsNet’s Christopher Kamka, Toews and Kane have scored in the same game 70 times during their nine seasons together in Chicago. The Blackhawks are 60-6-4 in those games, including 6-0 in the postseason.

In the nine games the pair has both scored in this season, Chicago is unbeaten.

The duo’s dominance was on display Thursday night as they each scored in a 5-4 win at Arizona. Toews had a pair of goals – including his NHL-record fifth overtime game-winner of the season.

Toews in OT is almost a sure thing. #CHIvsARIhttps://t.co/By80dJxy24 — NHL (@NHL) February 5, 2016

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Both Toews and Kane rank among the top 10 players in career points in Blackhawks history and have teamed up on seven goals this season.

Most All-Star game selections as a Blackhawk

Stats via Hockey-Reference

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