Kane's power-play goal midway through the second period put the Hawks (16-10-4) up 2-0,and pushed his streak into a tie with Pittsburgh Penguins' Sidney Crosby for the longest streak since Quebec Nordiques' Mats Sundin had a 30-game streak in the 1992-93 season. Crosby's streak was in 2010-11.
Kane beat Connor Hellebuyck high on the short side with a shot off a beautiful cross-ice feed from Teuvo Teravainen.
Kane has 16 goals and 23 assists in the streak and leads the league in scoring with 45 points. Wayne Gretzky's all-time record of 51 games set at the start of the 1982-83 season.
For all the hype of Kane's streak, Corey Crawford deserves some too. Crawford stopped 25 of 25 shots for his 15th career shutout. He was at his best in the third period stopping Bryan Little and former teammate Andrew Ladd in front of the net. At the other end, took his first loss in five career starts, making 29 saves for the Jets (14-14-2).
The Hawks have defeated the Jets in two of their past three games. Chicago is tied with the St. Louis Blues for second place in the Central Division, but only six points ahead of the fifth-place Jets.
Chicago's penalty kill was strongest it has been all season. Winnipeg went 0-for-5 and had one shot on goal during almost nine minutes of time on the man-advantage.
Chicago went 2-for-5 on the power play with Jonathan Toews' goal at 4:34 of the first period opening up the scoring. Toews pounced on a rebound in front of the crease. Andrew Shaw and Marian Hossa were credited with assists.
The Hawks hit the ice again Sunday when they host the Vancouver Canucks at United Center.