PATRICK KANE RUMORS & GOSSIP
When Patrick Kane went down, things looked bleak for the Blackhawks. But the schedule makers were good friends to the Hawks when they put together the 2014-15 calendar, and the push for the playoffs could provide Chicago with opportunities to … Continue reading →
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On Wednesday evening, the Blackhawks posted the following release: The Chicago Blackhawks announced today forward Patrick Kane underwent successful surgery to repair a left clavicle fracture. The procedure was performed at Northwestern Memorial Hospital by Blackhawks Head Team Physician Dr. … Continue reading →
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The Derrick Rose injury broke the hearts of Chicago Sports fan's last night but some assumed it was a matter of time. But the news of the night got worse when Chicago Blackhawks Super Star Winger was checked hard into the boards by Florida's Alex Petrovic and immediately hit the ice at the 7:49 mark of the first period resulting in what is being reported by multiple sources as a...
Early Wednesday morning, the Chicago Tribune’s Chris Kuc tweeted a few pieces of information from his sources that Blackhawks fans didn’t want to hear. While being sure to note that nothing is confirmed (yet), Kuc reported that Patrick Kane suffered … Continue reading →
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As people who follow the game of hockey, we all have personal bias’ as to who are the best offensive players in the National Hockey League. The same names always seem to come up: Ovechkin, Kane, Crosby, Perry and the list goes on. What happens when we take our personal bias out of the equation and look solely at the numbers? Do we even have numbers to measure this?
Patrick Kane could be out several weeks with a significant injury after being checked into the boards during the first period of the Blackhawks’ 3-2 shootout win over the Panthers Tuesday. Kane was checked by Alex Petrovic and the entire left side of his body crashed straight into the boards. The league’s leading points scorer...Read More
After a brutal performance on Sunday afternoon, the Blackhawks hoped for redemption against the Florida Panthers in the finale of their longest homestand of the season. But when Patrick Kane suffered an upper-body injury early in the first period, the … Continue reading →
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No matter when you became a fan of the Chicago Blackhawks, it’s safe to say you have witnessed what is now referred to as “Showtime”. This is when Patrick Kane throws on the Superman cape, busts out the sick mitts and mind-boggling dangling skills in order to depants a would-be goaltender on his way to lighting the lamp.
Kane, now an icon in the NHL, has come a long way from...
There’s nothing I could possibly say right now that “Caddyshack” cannot perfectly and appropriately sum up.
Anyway, who wants to start the trend re-nicknaming Patrick Kane as the “Smails Kid”?
Wednesday night rivalry in front of a national audience isn’t exactly the right time to be digging for gold, Patrick.
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Excuse us if you’ve heard this one before, but Patrick Kane is really, really good at hockey.
The Chicago Blackhawks star showed that Sunday afternoon with an incredible shootout goal on Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury. Kane deked his way to the back of the net as if it were nothing.
Blackhawks winger Patrick Sharp would go on to net his attempt, as Chicago...