Patrick Kane's red-hot play has only added to the Chicago Blackhawks' tremendous start to the season.
The star right wing's production may be even more vital against the stingy Nashville Predators.
The Blackhawks will attempt to remain the only team without a regulation loss Sunday night when they close a six-game trip against the Predators.
Kane is among the NHL's scoring leaders with eight goals and 18 points and half of that production has come in the past five games during which he has six goals and three assists.
"I don't know," Kane said. "Sometimes you just get on a roll and it keeps going. I just try to keep worrying about playing hockey and staying focused. It's been a fun season so far. The team's playing good. It's always nice scoring goals when you're winning."
Kane surely enjoyed himself Thursday, scoring two goals and setting up another in a 6-2 rout of Phoenix.
"We feel good right now," coach Joel Quenneville said. "We've been consistent in our games. We got a l...