With the Blackhawks' record-setting point streak stretching to 22 games in Sunday afternoon's shootout win over rival Detroit, let's take a look at some interesting facts and stats from the game, courtesy of CSN stat guru Chris Kamka.
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-- 45.83 percent of the season is complete and the Blackhawks have earned a point in every game.
-- The Blackhawks are 8-0-1 in their last nine games at Joe Louis arena in Detroit.
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-- Both goalies -- Corey Crawford for Chicago, Jimmy Howard for Detroit -- recorded 65:00 of ice time with 1 goal against, 32 save and a .970 save percentage.
-- Patrick Kane has 26 career shootout goals. That's more than Sidney Crosby (22), Alex Ovechkin (20) or Steven Stamkos.
-- Corey Crawford has the fourth-highest save percentage (.758) in shootouts among active NHL goalies NHL goalies (minimum 50 shots against).
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-- Twenty-two straight games to start the season without allowing 5+ goals is the Blackhawks' longest streak to start the season since 1935-36, when they went 32 straight.
-- In addition to the Blackhawks extending the season point streak to 22 and the overall regular season point streak to 28, Patrick Kane had a fairly rare game against the Red Wings on Sunday:
Since the shootout debuted in the 2005-06 season, there have been 225 2-1 games decided by shootout. In only eight of them did one player score both the only regulation goal for his team AND the only shootout goal scored.
Patrick Kane (CHI) 3/3/2013 @ DET
Jarome Iginla (CGY) 12/27/2011 @ CBJ
Benoit Pouliot (MTL) 1/6/2011 VS PIT
Andy McDonald (STL) 11/24/2010 @ NSH
Saku Koivu (ANA) 4/3/2010 @ LA
Wojtek Wolski (COL) 12/11/2009 VS TB
Pavol Demitra (LA) 4/15/2006 VS CGY
Viktor Kozlov (NJ) 3/1/2006 VS PHI