clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Watch: Blackhawks’ Patrick Kane scores 900th career NHL point

New, comments

He’s the fifth-fastest U.S.-born player in league history to reach the milestone.

Chicago Blackhawks v Buffalo Sabres Photo by Tom Brenner/ Getty Images

Blackhawks winger Patrick Kane scored his 900th career NHL point in his hometown of Buffalo on Friday night against the Sabres.

Kane broke loose on a breakaway and fired the puck past Carter Hutton for his 30th goal of the season.

Kane is the fifth-fastest American-born player in NHL history to reach the 900-point milestone at 873 games played.

The others:

Pat LaFontaine — 752 GP

Joe Mullen — 821 GP

Jeremy Roenick — 860 GP

Mike Modano — 868 GP

The 30-year-old Kane ranks fifth in scoring in Blackhawks franchise history. Only Stan Mikita (1,467 points), Bobby Hull (1,153), Denis Savard (1,096) and Steve Larmer (923) have scored more points than him in a Blackhawks sweater.

Kane ranks ninth among active NHL players in scoring.

NHL scoring leaders:

Joe Thornton — 1,452

Alex Ovechkin — 1,179

Sidney Crosby — 1,174

Patrick Marleau — 1,151

Evgeni Malkin — 985

Eric Staal — 958

Jason Spezza — 909

Ryan Getzlaf — 908