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Patrick Kane Scores No-Look Backhand Goal In Blackhawks’ Loss To Ducks (Video)

Patrick Kane picked up his first point of the Western Conference Final in spectacular fashion Thursday. Kane’s Chicago Blackhawks trailed the Anaheim Ducks by a goal near the end of the first period in Game 3 of their Stanley Cup playoff series. That’s when the 26-year-old superstar decided to take over. Kane must have eyes in the back of his head, as he somehow managed to beat...
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Play of the Night: Patrick Kane

Showtime has arrived at the Western Conference Finals! Despite losing Game 3 Thursday night against the Anaheim Ducks, the Chicago Blackhawks flashy forward Patrick Kane scored a highlight goal. See Kaner tie the game in the first period with one beauty of a backhand. The post Play of the Night: Patrick Kane appeared first on Beyond The Benches.
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Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane scored a fantastic no look goal last night

Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane zips a no-look backhander from the slot behind Anaheim Ducks goaltender Frederik Andersen to tie the game at 1-1.Wasn't enough, Ducks take 2-1 series win with 2-1 game win.Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return home for Top sports news.
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The Chicago Blackhawks look ahead to Game 2

With a wide open goal and the puck on his stick, Patrick Kane had a golden opportunity to give the Chicago Blackhawks a critical 1-0 lead in the first game of the Western Conference Finals. Instead, Frederik Andersen dove at the last moment and was able to get a piece of the puck with his stick and send it out of harms way. It was a jaw-dropping save that had me shaking my head...
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Video: Frederik Andersen robs Patrick Kane with his paddle

Patrick Kane’s incredible patience should have resulted in a goal for the Chicago Blackhawks, but Frederik Andersen had other plans. As Kane waited and skated around Andersen, the Anaheim netminder desperately dove and managed to get his paddle on the puck to prevent a goal. (H/T Reddit Hockey) The post Video: Frederik Andersen robs Patrick Kane with his paddle appeared first...
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Chicago Blackhawks must win Stanley Cup

The Chicago Blackhawks open their Western Conference Finals round matchup on Sunday afternoon in Anaheim against the Anaheim Ducks. Coming off of a 4-game sweep of the Minnesota Wild, many would argue that the Blackhawks are playing their best hockey of the year. Ever since the Stanley Cup win in 2010, Blackhawks’ fans have come to expect seasons to end with the Hawks raising the...
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Patrick Kane’s Historic Pace Keeping Chicago Blackhawks On Top

Chicago Blackhawks right wing Patrick Kane (88) celebrates with teammates after scoring a goal during the first period in Game 6 of an NHL Western Conference hockey playoff series against the Nashville Predators, Saturday, April 25, 2015, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)   With a second-round sweep of the Minnesota Wild, the Chicago Blackhawks have returned to the Western conference...
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Blackhawks’ Patrick Kane Adding To Legacy With Brilliant 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs

No player in the NHL is more valuable in the Stanley Cup playoffs than Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane. The two-time champion and former Conn Smythe Trophy winner is one of, if not the most clutch player in the league. Kane tallied the only goal in Chicago’s 1-0 win in Game 3 of their second-round playoff series against the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday night. In fact, Kane’s...
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Patrick Kane Reaches Postseason Milestone

When the final horn sounded on Sunday night, Blackhawks superstar forward Patrick Kane had scored two of Chicago’s four goals in a solid home victory. The first goal of the night was significant for the Hawks sniper. Kane became only the fifth player in the long, storied history of the Chicago Blackhawks franchise to reach […] The post Patrick Kane Reaches Postseason Milestone...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

Patrick Kane cleared to play, could return for playoff opener

  CHICAGO — Center Brad Richards is ready to go.   Same for defenseman Kimmo Timonen. And superstar forward Patrick Kane isn’t far behind. Not only does Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville expect his star right wing to play in Chicago’s opening-round playoff series against the Predators, but Kane might be ready for Wednesday night’s opener in Nashville. ...
April 13, 2015  |  Discuss

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