Kane netted his 32nd goal of the season and added an assist in Sunday's win over Colorado.
Kane continues to roll for Chicago and is in contention for the Art Ross Trophy. He's piled on eight goals and 14 points in his last 10 games and is a huge reason why the Blackhawks clinched a playoff berth with the victory. The 28-year-old is on track for an 80-plus point season and has also aided fantasy goers with a solid plus-15 rating and consistent power-play production. You already know what to do.
Kane scored a goal, assisted on two more, went plus-3 and added a pair of PIM in Tuesday's 4-2 win over Montreal.
One assist came on an empty-netter, but they were still well deserved for Kane, who continues to put up numbers befitting his superstardom. Kane has racked up nine multi-point efforts in his last 14 games, and his 76 points already stand as the third-highest mark of his career. He won't match the 106 points he put up last season, but Kane's right in the thick of the Art Ross Trophy race; he's tied with Connor McDavid for tops in the league right now.
Kane scored a goal and an assist in a 4-2 victory over the Wild on Sunday.
The reigning league MVP continued his massive hot streak, scoring within the first minute of the game and then assisting onArtemi Panarin's goal under four minutes later. These two points puts him back into sole possession for second place in the scoring race with 73, two behind Connor McDavid. Kane has 19 goals and 36 points in his last 28 contests.
Kane scored a pair of goals on six shots in a 5-3 victory over the Predators on Saturday.
The right winger had another dominating performance, recording his third multi-goal game in the last five contests. Since Feb. 23, Kane has an incredible eight goals and nine points. Over his last 12, he owns 14 goals and 21 points, which means more than half of his tallies this season have come since the start of February. With this surge, Kane has 27 goals and is now second in the Art Ross Trophy race with 70 points.
Kane scored three goals in Wednesday's 4-1 win over the Penguins.
Kane was having a relatively uneventful outing by his standards until he potted two goals in the final 3:08 to complete his second hat trick of the season and fourth of his career. His empty-netter with 41 seconds left was nothing to scoff at, as Kane lifted a backhander from the boards past two Pittsburgh defenders while skating almost along the goal line. Both of Kane's hat tricks have come in the past three games, and he has 12 goals and seven assists over his past 11. The 2016 Art Ross Trophy winner is suddenly just four back of Connor McDavid for the league lead in points.