Kane scored a power-play goal on a game-high nine shots in Monday's Game 3 overtime loss to the Predators.
Obviously among the league's most explosive scorers, Kane has surprisingly been quieted for much of these first three games by Nashville netminder Pekka Rinne. Kane's ripped 18 shots on goal, but he only has this lone tally to show for it. He'll enter Thursday's Game 4 with even more pressure to produce, as the Blackhawks are on the verge of elimination.
Kane collected three assists -- one with the man advantage -- during Friday's win over Columbus.
Since the beginning of February, Kane has found the scoresheet in 20 of 26 games for 19 goals, 19 assists, 101 shots and 13 multi-point showings. Chicago has also gone 20-4-2 during that stretch and pulled away from the rest of the Western Conference. Kane is worth considering early in postseason fantasy leagues, and he's reaffirmed himself as an elite asset entering the 2017-18 campaign.
Kane registered two assists during Wednesday's win over Pittsburgh.
Wednesday was the 23rd multi-point effort of the season for Kane, and he's now up to 34 goals, 84 points and 277 shots through 77 games. While the numbers don't stack up to his 2015-16 showing, Kane remains one of the most reliable offensive producers in the league. He also climbed up to second in the scoring race with the two-assist outing.
Kane scored a power-play goal and converted in the shootout during Thursday's 3-2 win over the Stars.
Kane and Artemi Panarin both scored on Kari Lehtonen in the shootout, while only Tyler Seguin was able to solve Corey Crawford. The skilled winger's seventh power-play tally was also accompanied by a team-high five shots on goal. He's over the 80-point mark for the second consecutive campaign after getting there only once in his first eight.
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.