It was his second goal of the first period. He has tallied two goals and one assist at the second intermission to give the Hawks a 3-0 lead. His assist came on Patrick Kane's goal.
Panarin now has 30 goals and 47 assists for 77 points on the season. And there's still 40 minutes to be played.
Twenty-two of Panarin's 30 goals have been assisted by Kane, according to CSN Chicago's Christopher Kamka. Likewise, Panarin has assisted on 22 of Kane's 45 goals.
In Panarin's two-year, $812,500 contract, there are three categories of bonuses, per General Fanager.
- Games played bonuses: $25,000 for five games played; $200,000 for 10 games played
- Schedule A bonuses (maximum of $850,000): $212,500 for any of the following achievements - top six forward on Hawks in ice time (total or average, min 42GP); 20 goals, 35 assists or 60 points; top 3 forward on Hawks in +/- (min 42GP); 0.73 points per game (min 42GP); All Rookie Team; reach All-Star Game; win All-Star Game MVP
- Schedule B bonuses (maximum of $1.725 million): $1,725,000 for any of the following achievements - top 10 forward in the league in goals/assists/points/points per game (min 42GP); top 5 in league in Hart/Selke/Richard voting; NHL First or Second team all star; Conn Smythe
About $2.3M of Artemi Panarin's $2.55M in bonuses will count against next year's cap — on top of his annual $812,500 cap hit. #Blackhawks— Mark Lazerus (@MarkLazerus) April 9, 2016