CHICAGO, March 6 (UPI) -- Danny Carcillo scored with 49 seconds to play Wednesday, allowing Chicago to extend its historic streak with a 3-2 victory over Colorado.
The Blackhawks have won 11 in a row, a franchise record, and have not lost in regulation in their first 24 games this season.
Those 24 games with at least one point (21-0-3) is the longest such streak to start a campaign in NHL history.
Dating to last season, the Blackhawks have earned a point in 30 straight games, the second-longest streak ever. Only the 1979-80 Philadelphia Flyers played more consecutive games with at least one point, having won 35 in a row that season.
Chicago went into the third period trailing by a goal, but Jonathan Toews scored shorthanded 2:19 into the stanza. Carcillo's goal came on a wrist shot and was his first of the season.
The teams will meet again Friday in Denver.