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Kane's streak at 19, longest by American

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LOS ANGELES (AP) Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane scored in his 19th consecutive game Saturday night to set a new NHL record for the longest points streak by a U.S.-born player.

Kane scored a power-play goal midway through the first period of the Blackhawks' road trip finale against the Los Angeles Kings, beating Jonathan Quick with a high wrist shot and celebrating with a yell and a fist pump.

Kane's 14th goal of the season broke his three-way tie with American-born players Eddie Olczyk and Phil Kessel, who both had 18-game scoring streaks. The streak is the second-longest in Blackhawks history, tying a streak by Denis Savard 30 years ago.


Rank Player G
1 J. Benn, Dal18
2t P. Kane, Chi14
2t V. Tarasenko, StL14
4 T. Seguin, Dal13
5t M. Duchene, Col12
5t A. Ovechkin, Was12
5t M. Pacioretty, Mon12
5t J. Pavelski, SJ12
9t A. Henrique, NJ11
9t B. Jenner, Cls11
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Save Percentage
Rank Player SvPct
1 M. Neuvirth, Phi.939
2 H. Lundqvist, NYR.936
3 C. Price, Mon.934
4 J. Reimer, Tor.934
5 P. Mrazek, Det.931
6 J. Allen, StL.930
7 C. Schneider, NJ.928
8 T. Greiss, NYI.927
9 M. Fleury, Pit.926
10 B. Holtby, Was.926
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