3:52 PM EDT, Mon August 29, 2016
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Patrick Kane Rumors & News
- Height: 5' 11"
- Weight: 177
- Age 27
- Seasons: 8
- Salary: 13,800,000
- Birthplace: Buffalo, New York
Second City Hockey Aug 18, 2016
The Blackhawks reportedly brought the reigning MVP to Boston to help convince Jimmy Vesey to sign with them. The Chicago Blackhawks had reigning Hart Trophy winner Patrick Kane as part of their contingent that met with free agent forward Jimmy Vesey's camp on Wednesday, reports Mark Divver of the Providence Journal. The Hawks have been very aggressive recently in pursuing Vesey, who hit the market earlier this week. Having Kane at the meeting is just another example of how badly Chicago wants Vesey. This isn't the first time we've heard about big names trying to sway the 23-year-old winger...
Hockey Wilderness Aug 12, 2016
The reigning Calder Trophy winner as the National Hockey League's Rookie of the Year, dynamic Russian Artemis Panarin has set the bar for individual success with a phenomenal freshman campaign. Can he match it next season? More importantly, will it be enough to lift the Blackhawks into May or even June? It doesn't hurt to have a world-class player like Patrick Kane - however you might feel about him - on your line, but Panarin was no slouch in his first year of action at the game's highest level either. Kane ran away with the team and league scoring title with 46 goals and 106 points, but...
Second City Hockey Aug 8, 2016
And Jonathan Toews was ranked number five! Success begets accolades. And if anyone has had success in this decade of hockey, it's been the Chicago Blackhawks. A lot of that success comes from their top players, so it's no surprise to see them ranked so highly on NHL Network's Top 20 Forwards Right Now - the first of their new countdown series to help pass the dull month of August by, and gear us up for the next season. So it's no surprise to see Patrick Kane ranked the NHL's top forward, especially as he led the league in scoring through the 2015-16 season. Right behind him at number five...
Second City Hockey Jul 31, 2016
I'm guessing this custom celebration will be popular among lots of Blackhawks fans. One of the big things EA Sports is touting about the upcoming "NHL 17" is customization. You can personalize all sorts of aspects of your custom player, ranging from appearance to ability to how to get down after scoring a goal. As part of that, the developers added a whole bunch of new celebrations to the game, including one you're probably familiar with. In "NHL 17," you'll be able to do Patrick Kane's heartbreaker move: THE HEARTBREAKER CELLY IS IN NHL 17 #SHOWTIME pic.twitter.com/lBfVjkUqTE — Drunk...