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Patrick Kane | Winger | #88

Team: Chicago Blackhawks
Age / DOB:  (27) / 11/19/1988
Ht / Wt:  5'11' / 177
Drafted: 2007 / Rd. 1 (1) / CHI
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Patrick Kane was selected as the 2016 Hart Trophy winner.
No surprise there as Kane ran away with the 2015-16 scoring title with 106 points in 82 games. He also won the Ted Lindsay Award, which also goes to the league's best player, but as voted by his peers. This is the first time a member of the Chicago Blackhawks has won the Hart Trophy since 1968 when Stan Mikita claimed it for the second consecutive season. Jun 22 - 9:05 PM

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Patrick Kane has won the 2016 Ted Lindsay Award.

The Lindsay award goes to the best player as voted by his peers. Kane was the favorite after scoring 46 goals and 106 points in 82 contests last season. This is the first time he's won this award after Carey Price took it in 2015.
Jun 22 - 7:33 PM

Patrick Kane is happy with how the 2015-16 season went, but he still feels there is room for improvement.

"I'm pretty happy with where my game was at during the regular season last year," said Kane, who is the favorite to win the Hart Trophy as the player judged most valuable to his team. "I still think there are some ways I can improve. ... As a competitive player, you always want to work on everything. You want to work on every part of your game and make sure it's getting better. That's what I'll probably try to do this offseason. Then I'll probably stay off the ice for a little bit, try to get my body where I want it." Kane amassed 46 goals and led the league with 106 points in 82 games last year.
Jun 21 - 3:47 PM

Patrick Kane has been nominated for the Hart Trophy.

The Hart Trophy is given to the player "to the player adjudged to be the most valuable to his team." Kane set all kinds of records for himself (46 goals, 106 points), the Blackhawks (26-game point streak), and American-born players (first to win Art Ross).
Source: NHL.com
May 7 - 1:09 PM

Patrick Kane has been nominated for the Ted Lindsay Award as voted on by his fellow PA members.

Kane had a momentous season on many fronts. He set career highs with 46 goals and 106 points, leading the NHL in the latter as the first player in two season to top the 100-point plateau. He also had a 26-game point streak, by far the longest such streak by a Blackhawk or an American. Kane also became the first American to win the Art Ross trophy, and can become the first Blackhawk and American to win the Ted Lindsay as well.
Source: NHL.com
May 6 - 7:03 PM

Patrick Kane has five career overtime game winners in the playoffs.

That ties him with Glenn Anderson for third on the all-time list. Joe Sakic leads the way with eight. Kane had a two-point effort in Game 5 to keep the Blackhawks alive in Round 1 against St. Louis.
Apr 22 - 8:52 AM

It was just a matter of time before the NHL's scoring champion broke through.

Kane picked up his fifth assist of the series when he sent some sweet sauce Artemi Panarin's way with just seconds remaining in the second period. He'd then score his first of the postseason just how every coach tells you to, by following your shot. Kane had his initial shot muffed, but followed it as he dashed around the net to slam it home on his backhand. He now has six points this series, and a four-game point streak to boot.
Apr 22 - 2:15 AM

Patrick Kane is seeking his first goal of the playoffs.

"I don't think frustration's the word," Kane said. "[But] obviously, when it's not going in, you're not doing your job. That's something we'll have to step up here the rest of the series." He has been credited with 13 shots so the goals should come eventually. Kane has managed to contribute three assists in the first three games against St. Louis.
Apr 19 - 12:18 PM

Patrick Kane picked up his third assist of the playoffs during Sunday's 3-2 Game 3 loss to the Blues.

Kane has yet to reach the back of the net himself, but with three assists in three games now, it's difficult to say he's not contributing.
Apr 17 - 6:31 PM

Patrick Kane will become the first American-born player to win the Art Ross trophy.

Kane technically hasn't won it yet because there's still two games to be played on Sunday, but no one will catch him. "It’s surprising," he said. "So many great American players have come and went, and are even in the league now. I know (Pat) LaFontaine had a big chance one year and (Mario) Lemieux came back from injury and kind of stole it from him (in 1992-93). There’s been some great seasons by American-born players. I think I’m lucky and fortunate to be the first one to win it." Kane finished the season with 46 goals and 60 assists.
Apr 10 - 11:41 AM

Patrick Kane finished the 2015-16 campaign with 106 points, thanks to two goals and an assist during Saturday's 5-4 overtime loss to Columbus.

Wow, Kane is the only player in this season to reach the triple-digit plateau. Kane posted career highs across the board with 46 goals and 60 assists along with his point total. It's tough to see how he wouldn't be voted as league MVP.
Apr 9 - 10:52 PM

Due to a number of injuries up front, Patrick Kane will not be rested in Saturday night's season finale against Columbus.

Neither will Artemi Panarian or Jonathan Toews as Andrew Shaw, Artem Anisimov and Marian Hossa will all miss the contest due to various injuries. Start Kane and Panarin as you normally would
Source: CSN Chicago
Apr 9 - 11:28 AM

Patrick Kane registered his NHL-leading 103rd point of the season on Thursday.

He picked up an assist on Jonathan Toews' goal in a 2-1 overtime loss to St. Louis. Kane has produced five goals and four assists over a four-game scoring streak.
Apr 8 - 9:56 AM

Patrick Kane is now up to 102 points this season.

Kane picked up his 44th goal plus and assist during Tuesday's 6-2 win over Arizona. Only Alex Ovechkin is ahead of him in goals scored, but there may not be enough time to catch him at 47 goals.
Apr 6 - 2:35 AM

Patrick Kane scored three goals and added an assist in a 6-4 win over the Boston Bruins on Sunday.

Kane scored his 41st, 42nd, and 43rd goals of the season, as well as recording his first career 100 point season. He joins Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin as the only three players to reach 100 points in the last five seasons. Kane still has another three games to add to his 100 point season. He will most likely run away with the Hart Memorial Trophy at the conclusion of the season. Artemi Panarin also chipped in with a goal and three assists.
Apr 3 - 3:12 PM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PosRoleName
C1Jonathan Toews
2Artem Anisimov
3Marcus Kruger
4Nick Schmaltz
LW1Artemi Panarin
2Tomas Fleischmann
3Andrew Desjardins
RW1Patrick Kane
2Marian Hossa
3Richard Panik
4Brandon Mashinter
D1Duncan Keith
2Brent Seabrook
3Brian Campbell
4Niklas Hjalmarsson
5Trevor van Riemsdyk
6Erik Gustafsson
7Michal Rozsival
8David Rundblad
9Viktor Svedberg
G1Corey Crawford
2Scott Darling
3Michael Leighton