Connor Bedard celebrating historic 4-point game with Chicago Blackhawks teammates.
Discover Connor Bedard's record-breaking 4-point game for the Blackhawks. At 18, he's making NHL history with Chicago.

Connor Bedard, the Chicago Blackhawks‘ rookie sensation, made NHL history with a remarkable four-point game against the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Bedard, only 18 years old, showcased his exceptional talent tonight, scoring two goals and assisting on two others. This performance not only marked his first career multi-point game but also set a record as the youngest player in Blackhawks history to achieve a multi-goal game and at least three points.

Connor Bedard’s Historic 4-Point Game for Chicago Blackhawks

Bedard’s noteworthy game began with an impressive play where he fought his way to the front and successfully batted in a pass from Kurashev. He continued his dominant performance by assisting on a goal by Johnson, followed by scoring a team-high seventh goal.

Bedard’s involvement didn’t stop there; he also assisted on Perry’s power-play marker, contributing significantly to the Blackhawks’ 5-3 victory over the Lightning.

This game was a standout moment in Bedard’s burgeoning career, solidifying his position as a top-line center and a key player for the Blackhawks. He is the third-youngest player in NHL history with a four-point game.

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