Patrick Kane’s 26-Game Point Streak Ends vs. Avalanche

December 15th, 2015 by Daniel Kramer Leave a reply »

Superstar Patrick Kane’s historical 26-game point streak came to an end in the Chicago Blackhawks’ 3-0 loss to the Colorado Avalanche on Tuesday. Kane’s streak was the longest individual scoring streak in 23 years, according to the NHL on Twitter. 

Kane was appreciative of his remarkable feat but looked forward when it ended, per Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune:       

Kane’s streak is the 11th-longest streak of all time, according to Mike Chambers of the Denver Post, and six of the players on that list are Hall of Famers. 

The longest streak is 51 games, set in 1983-84 by Wayne Gretzky, arguably the greatest of all time. 

Kane set the Blackhawks’ point streak at 22 games, surpassing a mark Bobby Hull set 44 years prior. 

Kane is currently on pace for 121 points. The last time a player broke the 120-point barrier was in 2006-07, when Pittsburgh Penguins superstar Sidney Crosby posted 120. That year, Crosby went on to win the Hart Memorial Trophy ...

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