Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane reached an important milestone tonight, as the Hawks are facing the New York Islanders. The 29-year-old forward amassed his 798th, 799th and 800th career points tonight in his 786th game. What a great achievement for the 29-year-old forward!
The National Hockey League reported on its official Twitter account that he trails only Alex Ovechkin and Sidney Crosby since entering the league in 2007-08.
As Blackhawks TV reporter Eric Lear pointed out, he is only the fifth player in the team's history to reach this impressive milestone:
However, he still has a lot of work to do if he wants to pass Steve Larmer, who still got 123 more points than him. The Islanders have a 6-3 lead over the Hawks, with just over 12 minutes to play in the third period.