Connor Bedard added another impressive bullet point to his Calder Trophy résumé Thursday after matching the franchise record for longest road point streak by a rookie.
In the first period, The Chicago Blackhawks forward delivered a nifty pass to Lukas Reichel, who lit the lamp for his second goal of the season.
Bedard has tied Darryl Sutter, who set the mark 43 years ago, with a goal or assist in seven straight away games. Bedard is also now tied for the second-longest road point streak in NHL history for a player 18 years or younger with Sidney Crosby, Steve Yzerman and Sylvain Turgeon. Avalanche center Nathan MacKinnon stands alone with a 16-game rookie point streak in 2013-14.
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Bedard leads all rookies in points (18) and goals (10) so far this season through 21 games.
Last week, he became the third-fasted player in NHL history to reach the 10-goal mark among players 18 years or younger.