5:08 AM EDT, Fri October 31, 2014

Kane reaches 500-point milestone

CHICAGO -- Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane knew he was coming up on 500 career points, but he forgot all about the milestone when he actually recorded it Sunday. Kane got caught up in the moment, with Jonathan Toews scoring a goal to give the Blackhawks a 1-0 lead against the Ottawa Senators in the second period. Kane celebrated the goal on the ice, and it wasn’t until he reached the bench that he realized what he had done individually, by contributing an assist on the goal.

Derrick Rose: Patrick Kane pushes me

ST. LOUIS -- Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose made it clear Friday that there’s a mutual respect between him and Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Kane. Rose and Kane will both look to put on a show at the Scottrade Center in the next few days as the Blackhawks and Bulls both happen to be in St. Louis at the same time. The Bulls play the Minnesota Timberwolves on Friday and the Blackhawks face the St. Louis Blues on Saturday. Kane, a basketball fan, has often spoken highly and been supportive of Rose over the years.
Buffalo News Oct 12, 2014

Kane takes a walk of fame

CHICAGO – One way Patrick Kane is like so many people in his native South Buffalo is he’ll be pulling hard for the Bills to send Tom Brady home unhappy today. The Chicago Blackhawks... Read More

Kane puts shootout woes behind him, delivers winner for Hawks

DALLAS -- Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane took scoring just one shootout goal last season personally. He expects more out of himself. Kane has always considered his scoring ability -- particularly when given a one-on-one opportunity with a goaltender -- to be one of his greatest strengths. Converting just once on 11 shootout chances wasn’t acceptable, and the 25-year-old worked on perfecting various scoring moves in the offseason.
Second City Hockey Oct 9, 2014
Blackhawks vs. Stars final score: Patrick Kane scores game-winner in 3-2 shootout win

Blackhawks vs. Stars final score: Patrick Kane scores game-winner in 3-2 shootout win

Corey Crawford carries Blackhawks to their first win. The Chicago Blackhawks looked slow, sloppy and quite simply out played early on in the regular-season opener but came alive in the third period and went on to to record a 3-2 victory over the Stars on Thursday night at the American Airlines Center in Dallas. The Hawks trailed 2-1 midway through the third period when Patrick Sharp fired a blast from the top of the right circle just seven seconds into a Jordie Benn power play to force overtime. Patrick Kane scored the game-winner on a backhander in the shootout while Patrick Sharp and...

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