Right wing Patrick Kane is one of the most energetic and talented players on the Blackhawks. After leading the team with 55 points during the regular season, he looks to add to his already impressive resume in his short NHL career.
The 24-year-old has played six NHL seasons and won the Calder Memorial Trophy in 2008 as the NHL Rookie of the Year, has played in three All-Star games, won a silver medal at the 2010 Winter Olympics, and is a Stanley Cup champion.
Kane’s overtime Cup-winning goal in 2010 against the Philadelphia Flyers has become a legend in Chicago and hockey circles due to the mysterious disappearance of the series-winning puck. His latest domination includes a hat trick in Game 5 of the conference finals against the Kings, including the series-winning goal in double overtime.