Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane made a little history Saturday night in Los Angeles by extending his point streak to 19 games.
The Chicago Blackhawks pulled off one of the most ridiculous comebacks of the season, scoring twice with an extra attacker and beating the Ducks in overtime. Patrick Kane's point streak also now stands at a US-record 18 games.
With the first quarter of the season in the books, here's a look at who put themselves into the conversation for some postseason hardware with great starts.
Hockey Writers Adam Gretz and Chris Peters hand out their grades for the first quarter of the 2015-16 NHL Season.
Blackhawks rookie Artemi Panarin tops November's NHL rookie Power Rankings in the absence of the injured Connor McDavid. The race for the Calder Trophy is still wide open.
Corey Crawford made one of the best saves of the season when he robbed Taylor Hall in overtime. Shortly after that stop, Marian Hossa won it for Chicago at the other end of the ice.
The Dallas Stars have a litany of scoring talent, but the player that has helped the Stars transform from good to great might just be defenseman John Klingberg.
Patrick Kane has been on an absolute roll this year. With a goal and an assist against the Calgary Flames, Kane is currently on a 13-game point scoring streak and has a goal in each of his last seven.
The Erie County district attorney's office announced on Thursday Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane will not face charges following a three-month rape investigation.
The St. Louis Blues picked up a big two points after falling behind the Chicago Blackhawks 5-2 after the first period. They came all the way back and won in overtime.

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