Patrick Kane earned enough votes to be named Most Valuable Blackhawk in Blackhawks.com's 2019 Fans Choice Awards.
The Ted Lindsay Award finalist put together the best season of his career, collecting 110 points (44G, 66A) in 81 games. He led the team in goals, assists, and points, as well as in shots with 341 on the season.
His 66 assists and 110 points were both career highs.
Kane had a 20-game point streak from Jan. 3 to Feb. 24 and recorded at least a point in every road game from Nov. 23 to March 2.
This season, the Blackhawks superstar surpassed Steve Larmer on the franchise's all-time points leaderboard with 938 in his career so far.
Kane, who turned 30 in November, will captain Team USA at the 2019 IIHF World Championship in Slovakia beginning this weekend.