Kane has earned a Ted Lindsay Award nomination for most outstanding player as voted by his peers, reports TSN.ca. He's up against Nikita Kucherov and Connor McDavid, who finished one-two in league scoring. Kane finished third with 110 points and actually was the best goal scorer of the three with 44 snipes. The award is presented by the NHL Players Association.
Kane scored two goals in Friday's 6-1 win over the Stars. He opened and closed the scoring for the Blackhawks, giving Kane 44 goals on the season -- just two shy of his career high, set in 2015-16. Even with Chicago eliminated from the playoffs, the chase for a new personal best could give the 30-year-old all the incentive he needs to come out firing in the season finale Saturday in Nashville.
Kane scored a goal and an assist in Wednesday's 4-3 shootout win over the Blues. The performance ends a 10-game goal drought and gives Kane 107 points (42 goals, 65 helpers) on the season, establishing a new career high for the 30-year-old. He'll have two more games to pad that total further as the Hawks try to score a moral victory by climbing ahead of the Wild, and out of the Central Division basement.
Kane registered an assist and eight shots on goal in Saturday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Kings. It's not for a lack of trying for Kane, whose goal drought has stretched to nine games. He has seven assists and 30 shots in that span. For the year, Kane has 41 goals and 64 helpers, sitting just one point shy of matching his career-high 106 from 2015-16.
Kane had two assists in Thursday's 5-4 win over the Sharks. Kane is up to 104 points (41 goals, 63 helpers) in 76 games this season, just two points shy of his career-high 106 from 2015-16. The American superstar has also fired 312 shots on goal this year. One of his assists came on the power play, giving Kane 30 power-play points in the campaign.
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