Patrick Kane has etched his name into the Chicago Blackhawks record books.
The star forward recorded an assist on Artemi Panarin's empty-net goal against the Winnipeg Jets to break Bobby Hull's consecutive point streak record of 21 games on Sunday at United Center.
Kane, who had two assists Thursday against the Ottawa Senators, has 13 goals and 23 assists during his 22 game streak, which began Oct. 17 against the Columbus Blue Jackets. His streak is the longest since Pittsburgh Penguins Sidney Crosby scored in 25 straight games in 2010. It's also the longest streak in NHL history by an American-born player.
Hull set the franchise record in the 1971-72 season between Dec. 5 and Jan. 23. He had 35 points on 23 goals and 12 assists.
The 2007 No. 1 pick's first assist on Panarin's goal against Ottawa, lifted him pass Jeremy Roenick for eighth all-time in franchise history with 598 points. Pit Martin is next on the list at 627 points.
Kane is only the fourth player in NHL history to register a point streak of 20 or more games since the 1997-98 season. Crosby, Dany Heatley (22 games, 2005-06) and Paul Stastny (20 games, 2006-07) are the others, per NHL.com.