Kane adds 2 goals as Chicago Blackhawks beat Calgary Flames by 5-2

For the last 10 years, Patrick Kane has been one of the most impressive goal scorers in the NHL and he also closed this decade with Chicago Blackhawks in a goal spree.

Kane scored 2 goals along with 2 assists as the Chicago Blackhawks raced to have four goals rally to win over the Calgary Flames by 5-3.

Kane, the forward for Chicago Blackhawks was able to end the decade in NHL by being the top scorer in the league with his 802 points which is more than Sidney Crosby’s 788 goals and Alex Ovechkin’s 781 goals.

Talking about his impressive achievement, Kane said, “you have got to play on good teams, you need to play with good players and you need to be healthy and consistent in playing games. It has been fun 10 years for me and I am looking forward to what the next decade brings for me.”

Kane was set up or goals by Olli Maatta in the first half at 4:14 and then by Alex Debrincat at 5:35 to make the score 3-0; in the lead of Chicago Blackhawks.

The 21st goal from Kane for this NHL season was his career’s 377th goal of his career with Chicago Blackhawks which ties him with the record of all-time goal-scoring list with Denis Savard. The top three on the Chicago Blackhawks’ all-time scoring list are Bobby Hull with 604 goals, Stan Makita with 541 goals, and Steve Larmer with 406 goals.

Talking about Savard, Kane said, “with the Chicago Blackhawks, he had an unbelievable career and he was obviously my first coach.  He has been a great friend and an impressive mentor for me since the day first I got in the franchise. He is not only an unbelievable person but an unbelievable player as well.”

Up next, Chicago Blackhawks will play a game against the Vancouver Canucks while Calgary Flames will take on the New York Rangers at home.

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