Showtime loves the month of November.
Patrick Kane was named the NHL's Third Star of the Month on Sunday, capping off a 24-point performance (11G, 13A) in 15 games while finding the scoresheet in each one to amass the season's longest point streak along the way. It's also a new career mark for points in a calendar month in his career (previous highs of 23 in Nov. 2015, Dec. 2013 and Feb. 2019).
Kane finished third in scoring for November, just two shy of Connor McDavid's 26 (13G, 13A) and one off Nathan MacKinnon's 25 (10G, 15A). His 15-game point streak is the third longest of his career behind a 26-game (16G, 24A) stretch from October-December of 2015 and a 20-game (17G, 26A) streak last spring.
During the month, Kane climbed to 95th on the NHL's all-time points list with 971 career points (370G, 601A) and needs one point to tie former Arizona Coyote Shane Doan (972).