⭐️⭐️⭐️ – Adam Boqvist
It was a night that Adam Boqvist will never forget as he scored his very first NHL goal. To open up the scoring in his second-ever NHL game, Adam Boqvist ripped one past Ryan Miller to give the Blackhawks an early lead. Boqvist almost scored his second career goal just minutes later as he hit the post as the frame continued, but missing the net and going back into play. With his first out of way, Boqvist became the third-youngest defensemen in Blackhawks history to score a goal.
⭐️⭐️ – Patrick Kane
Leave it to Patrick Kane to win the game for his team in overtime. Kane scored his fourth goal of the season off of a nice feed from Johnathan Toews to end the game. Kane had a two-point night as he also recorded the primary assist on Chicago’s second goal of the game scored by Alex DeBrincat on the power play. After his two-point night, Kane has moved into the top-100 in career NHL points with 950 registered.
⭐️ – Jakob Vrana
There were plenty of firsts on Sunday with just two NHL games in action and Jakob Vrana added one more first to the list with the first hat trick of his career. Vrana led the Washington Capitals over the Calgary Flames by a score of 4-2. He was the best player on the ice as he scored his first career NHL hat trick. Additionally, the 23-year-old left-winger scored two back-to-back goals in the first period and scored the lone goal of the game’s second period which would eventually be the goal to win it.