Blackhawks star Patrick Kane sets Team USA’s World Championship career scoring record

The Chicago winger eclipses Mark Johnson’s record in 42 fewer games.

Patrick Kane is making history once again.

The Blackhawks winger eclipsed Mark Johnson’s United States career scoring record of 33 points at the World Championship with a goal and two assists in a 6-3 win over Great Britain on Wednesday in Slovakia. Kane reached 35 points (13 goals, 23 assists) in 42 fewer games than when Johnson hit 33 points.

At last year’s tournament, Kane was the first American to be named the most valuable player of the tournament with a U.S. single-season record 20 points (eight goals, 12 assists). The 31-year-old Kane has some competition for the record from young stars with Red Wings center Dylan Larkin and Flames winger Johnny Gaudreau. Larkin has 32 points (eight goals, 24 assists) in 41 games, while Gaudreau has 31 points (10 goals, 21 assists) in only 29 games.

Kane is still searching for the top of the podium at the international level in his senior career. He won silver at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver then took bronze as the team captain at last year’s World Championship in Denmark.