It's an amazing time for sports as the NFL enters its last quarter of the regular season, the NBA and NHL ramp up with story lines developing, and college football gears up for what promises to be an exciting playoff. It's the NHL this week that has produced the emerging star of the game. The Chicago Blackhawks' Patrick Kane is scoring points like nobody's business. Record breaking style. The 27-year-old American has a point in 26 straight games, the longest NHL streak since Bill Clinton was elected President the first time. Kane's league leading 46 points are setting the pace for all players this season. The last time he didn't score a point was October 15. Two months later, the streak goes on for our Sportsman of the Week!