Patrick Kane notched another career milestone Sunday night, and he's already thinking of the next one.
The Chicago Blackhawks superstar buried his 400th career goal in a rout of the Detroit Red Wings. When asked to reflect on the achievement, Kane opted to look ahead.
"I think it leaves you wanting more," he said, per NBC Sports. "I feel pretty good about my game and where it's at right now. I'll just try to keep getting better."
Kane is the 100th skater in NHL history to hit the 400-goal mark. He's also the fourth Blackhawk and ninth U.S.-born player to reach the accomplishment.
The 32-year-old is in the midst of an MVP-caliber campaign, currently tied for second in league scoring behind Connor McDavid with 34 points in 23 games - nine points clear of the next closest Blackhawk.
Kane recorded his 1,000th career point prior to last season's pause and is on the verge of playing his 1,000th NHL game. His resume also features three Stanley Cups, a Conn Smythe, a Hart, an Art Ross, and a Calder Trophy.