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Blackhawks milestones to watch during 2019-20 NHL season

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Patrick Kane needs 62 points to reach 1,000 for his career.

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The Blackhawks begin their 2019-20 campaign Friday against the Flyers in Prague, Czech Republic. Here are some individual player career milestones to watch this season.

Forwards

Alex DeBrincat

  • 200th point — 72
  • 100th goal — 31
  • 100th assist — 41

Patrick Kane

Kane needs to play 36 games to surpass Doug Wilson (938) and Dennis Hull (903) for the seventh most games played in team history. If Kane nets 22 goals, he’ll be eclipse his former coach in Denis Savard (377) for the fourth most goals. Kane needs nine power-play goals to pass Savard (101) and Jeremy Roenick (108) for the fourth most.

  • 1,000th point — 62
  • 600th assist — 18
  • 400th goal — 44

Dylan Strome

  • 100th point — 33

Jonathan Toews

Toews needs 25 points to pass Doug Wilson (779) for sixth all time in points.

  • 900 games — 27
  • 800th point — 45

Brandon Saad

  • 200th assist — 34

Zach Smith

  • 100th goal — 6
  • 100th assist — 1

Defensemen

Duncan Keith

If Keith gets 33 assists, he’ll pass Larmer (517) for the sixth most assists.

  • 600th point — 17
  • 500th assist — 15
  • 100th goal — 2

Calvin de Haan

  • 200th point — 5
  • 100th assist — 18

Erik Gustafsson

  • 100th point — 10
  • 100th assist — 32

Olli Maatta

  • 100th assist — 18

Goaltenders

Corey Crawford

Crawford needs 33 wins to pass Glen Hall (276) for the second most victories in franchise history. Tony Esposito’s 418 wins is the all time mark.

  • 250th win — 6

Robin Lehner

  • 100th win — 3

*Statistics via Hockey Reference