At 30 years old, Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane has shown absolutely no signs of slowing down.
Kane put together a career best season with the Hawks this season having registered 110 points in 81 games which included 44 goals which surpasses his previous mark of 106 points in 2015-16, the year he won the Hart Memorial Trophy.
The Hawks' sniper does it on the world stage as well as he set a new Team USA record when it comes to scoring at the World Championships.
With his assist on James van RIemsdyk's goal Wednesday, Kane became USA's all time leading scorer.
Kane now has 34 points in 21 games, smashing past Mark Johnson's previous record of 33 points in 63 games.
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With his assist on James van Riemsdyk's goal, Patrick Kane becomes USA's all-time leading scorer at the Men's World Championship with 34 points in 21 games. He surpasses Miracle on Ice hero Mark Johnson who had 33 in 63 career games at the MWC.
— Chris Peters (@chrismpeters) May 15, 2019