Blackhawks Stat Pack: Red Wings Triumph Edition

The Chicago Blackhawks beat the Detroit Red Wings 5-2 on Wednesday, and several players achieved notable milestones in the game.

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The Chicago Blackhawks are in a celebratory mood after beating the Detroit Red Wings Wednesday, so we're joining the fun with a fresh Blackhawks Stat Pack! (Photo by Darcy Finley/NHLI via Getty Images)
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Corey Crawford - 34

Crawford notched his 34th win of the season on Wednesday against the Detroit Red Wings, setting a new career high in the category. Unfortunately, he's still six wins behind Washington's Braden Holtby (although he did beat him on Sunday). (Photo by Michael Martin/NHLI via Getty Images)

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Brent Seabrook - 41

With a four-point night against the Red Wings, Seabrook not only extended his career high in goals (13), but he also vaulted into the top ten point scorers in the NHL among defensemen. He's now only one point behind Ryan Suter for ninth on the list. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

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Artemi Panarin - 59

Speaking of "top ten," Panarin is now in the top 10 point scorers in the NHL after a two-goal game against the Red Wings Wednesday. He also now holds a 17-point lead in the rookie scoring race, which coincidentally is the same lead that Patrick Kane holds in the Art Ross race.

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Patrick Kane - 87

Kane notched his 87th point of the season on Wednesday against Detroit, equaling the total number of points that Stars forward Jamie Benn racked up last season en route to winning the Art Ross Trophy. Kane still has 17 games to go to better that mark. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

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Patrick Kane - 88

Kane also reached 88 points on the season late in the game, tying his career high in that category. The last time Kane hit the 88-plateau was in 2010, when the Blackhawks won their first Stanley Cup championship in nearly 50 years.

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