Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane has been on an offensive tear with 10 points, including four goals, in the past four games. He ranks fifth in the NHL with 37 points, sixth with 16 goals and tied for ninth with 21 assists.
ESPN Stats & Analysis has been following Kane's every goal this season and breaking each down. Here's a complete look at how Kane has scored his 16 goals this season:
Month scored: 2 in January, 8 in February, 6 in March
Home/Visitor: 5 at home, 11 as a visitor
Period: 5 first, 3 second, 8 third
Type of shot: 10 wrist, 3 backhand, 2 snap, 1 slap
Shot: 13 initial shots, 3 rebounds
Goalie screened on shot: 16 false, 0 true
Where shot from: 5 in front of the net, 5 from the right circle, 3 from the slot, 2 from the left circle, 1 from the right point (empty-netter)
Where scored: 8 high glove, 3 open net, 1 high stick, 1 low stick, 1 low glove, 1 5-hole, 1 empty net
Strength: 9 even-strength goals, 7 power-play goals
From whom: Patrick Sharp 7 assists, Dave Bolland 5, Nick Leddy 3, Jonathan Toews 3, Marcus Kruger 2, Andrew Shaw 2, Duncan Keith 2, Brent Seabrook 1, Marian Hossa 1, Michal Rozsival 1, Viktor Stalberg 1, Brandon Saad 1
On whom: 2 Mike Smith (PHX), 1 Miikka Kiprusoff (CGY), Semyon Varlamov (COL), Richard Bachman (DAL), Jimmy Howard (DET), Nikolai Khabibulin (EDM), Devan Dubnyk (EDM), Yann Danis (EDM), Jonathan Quick (LA), Darcy Kuemper (MIN), Pekka Rinne (NSH), Antti Niemi (SJ), Brian Elliott (STL), Roberto Luongo (VAN).