Found August 25, 2013 on
from Mike Harrington of the Buffalo News,
You can say Patrick Kane’s hockey career has been a wild ride, so it’s fitting the South Buffalo native opted for a trio of crazy rides Saturday.
To celebrate his day with the Stanley Cup, the Chicago Blackhawks winger toured Western New York in a limousine bus and emerged from a military humvee and a Zamboni holding hockey’s holy grail aloft for adoring fans to see.
“Any time you can come back to Buffalo and bring the Stanley Cup, it’s a great thing for me,” Kane said Saturday morning during a visit to the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station.
From No. 1 overall draft pick to two-time Stanley Cup champion to Olympic silver medalist to Conn Smythe Trophy winner — and all by age 24 — Kane has become one of the biggest names in the NHL. Each player on the winning team gets the Cup for a 24-hour period and Kane made a big entrance with it at Hangar 907 in Niagara Falls.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Patrick Kane spent most of his day with the Stanley Cup on Saturday with his three sisters, other family members, friends and…
Patrick Kane has been a very productive player in his first six NHL season.
Two Stanley Cups. One Conn Smythe Trophy. One Olympic silver medal.
The scary thing is, at age 24, Kane's best year's are ahead of him!
This week, Kane will attend Team USA orientation camp in Washington, along with Ryan Miller, in preparation for the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia...
Chicago Blackhawks prospect Teuvo Teravainen is ready to play in the NHL not just ready to star in it his agent said on Friday.
The Blackhawks announced Thursday they had signed the 18-year-old forward to a three-year entry-level deal. Teravainen was selected by the Blackhawks as the No. 18 overall pick of the 2012 draft.
"He can play in the NHL right now" said Teravainen...
Not only was there somebody interested in buying the stitches that were once in Andrew Shaw's face somebody was interested in paying a lot of money to get their hands on this once-in-a-lifetime item of memorabieia.
Shaw had placed his stitches -- which he earned in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final before the Blackhawks won the Cup -- up for auction with al proceeds benefitting...
Andrew Shaw had a pretty memorable piece of memorabilia from Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final, the night he and the Chicago Blackhawks won hockey’s biggest prize. The Chicago agitator, who was busted open early in Game 6, eventually returned to the ice with stitches under his right eye.
Those stitches remained there for the rest of the game and the rest of the night, even as the...
Andrew Shaw's bloody stitches from the Chicago Blackhawks' 2013 Stanley Cup run sold for $6,500 at a recent auction.