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You're kidding me, right? Is there anything that Patrick Kane cannot do on the ice rink? Just when you thought you'd seen his personal best goals, passes, and shootout wizardry, PK re-invents himself right before our very eyes. Watch #88 on this beauty of a goal. Surrounded by four Wild defenders, Kane fakes shot, then finds Patrick Sharp with the spin-o-rama pass. Tape to tape. Sic...
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