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Patrick Kane | Winger

Team: Chicago Blackhawks
Age / DOB:  (25) / 11/19/1988
Ht / Wt:  5'11' / 181
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Patrick Kane skated on the third line with Bryan Bickell and Andrew Shaw on Tuesday.
It was his first full practice with his teammates after missing the last 12 games of the regular season with a knee injury. "It was nice to do some drills that are game-like, whether it was three-on-twos up the ice or power play or defensive zone coverage, things like that to get back into it," said Kane. Apr 16 - 8:53 AM

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Patrick Kane (lower body) skated Monday as he prepares to return to the lineup in Chicago's playoff opener on Thursday night.

"I feel pretty good," Kane said. "I've had some time to rest my injury, obviously, the right amount of time, and with anything you want to make sure you're feeling good coming back. I think that's where I'm at right now. It'll be nice to get a couple skates with the team (Tuesday) and Wednesday and the pregame skate Thursday and get ready to go." He hasn't played since Mar. 19 because of a lower-body injury.
Apr 14 - 4:57 PM

Patrick Kane (lower body) will definitely be available for Game 1 of the first round, according to Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville.

Kane hasn't played since March 19th due to the injury. He finished the regular season with 29 goals and 69 points in 69 games this season.
Source: CSN Chicago
Apr 13 - 10:07 AM

Patrick Kane (lower body) thinks he'll be fine for the start of the playoffs.

Kane won't be back before the end of the regular season though. He hasn't played since March 19, but the silver lining is that he should be well rested for the postseason.
Apr 9 - 1:03 PM

Patrick Kane skated for a thirdconescutive day.

He is still dealing with a lower-body injury but has looked very good in skating sessions Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Kane will not play again during the regular season but he does look to be on target to return for the start of the playoffs.
Source: CSN Chicago
Apr 6 - 11:30 AM

Patrick Kane (lower body) resumed skating on Friday.

The results were "very positive," according to Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville. Kane isn't expected to return before the end of the regular season, but the hope is that he will be available for Game 1 of Chicago's first round series.
Apr 5 - 9:17 AM

Patrick Kane (lower body) is expected to be back on the ice in the next couple of days, according to coach Joel Quenneville.

He won't play in Chicago's last six games of the regular season, but it's expected that he'll be ready to play once the playoffs begin. Kane is still second on the Blackhawks in scoring with 29 goals and 69 points in 69 games. He hasn't played since Mar. 19 because of a lower-body ailment.
Apr 2 - 1:52 PM

Patrick Kane is not doing anything hockey related at the moment.

That said he is progressing in his recovery from a lower-body injury and according to Chicago coach Joel Quenneville, he is "right on course". That would be for a return once the playoffs start.
Mar 29 - 12:17 PM

Patrick Kane (lower body) has been placed on the long-term injured reserve list.

Kane will miss the rest of the regular season. That's not terribly surprising though given that the Blackhawks previously stated that he would miss at least three weeks, which at this point is basically all we have left. Chicago just has to hope that he won't miss too much of the playoffs.
Mar 21 - 12:26 PM

Patrick Kane is expected to be sidelined for at least three weeks after he suffered a lower-body injury Wednesday night.

He could miss the rest of the regular season after he was hurt in the second period of a 4-0 win against the St. Louis Blues. Brendan Morrow collided with Kane's left leg when he was hit by Sheldon Brookbank.
Mar 20 - 9:31 AM

Patrick Kane scored a goal in Chicago's 3-2 loss to Colorado Wednesday evening.

Kane extended his point streak to three games and he now has 29 goals with 38 assists in 65 games this season. Brandon Saad scored the other goal for the Blackhawks.
Mar 13 - 3:47 AM

Patrick Kane made his first appearance in his hometown of Buffalo since October of 2010.

He scored his 28th goal of the season, to end a five-game goalless skid, in the Blackhawks' 2-1 victory over the Sabres. Kane has amassed 66 points in 64 games this season.
Mar 10 - 10:57 AM

After a disappointing showing in the 2014 Winter Games, Patrick Kane is shifting his focus back to the Chicago Blackhawks.

The United States ended up finishing fourth in the tournament and Kane didn't score a goal despite having two penalty shot opportunities in the bronze medal contest. "I feel fine," Kane said. "Physically fine, mentally fine. Yeah, it's been a tough couple of weeks, but . . . no excuses. I was here to play hockey and try to produce. Didn't do that. That's what I'm expected to do in Chicago, too, so I'll go back and try to do it there." Between the timezone adjustment and the rough way his Olympic campaign ended, we wouldn't be surprised if Kane got off to a sluggish start when the NHL schedule resumes. That being said, it shouldn't take him too long to bounce back.
Feb 23 - 7:56 AM

Patrick Kane was clearly dejected after Saturday's bronze-medal loss to Finland, but he feels the experience will make him a better player in the long run.

"It would have been nice to bring something home," he said. "But the experience in general will make me a better player, and hopefully stronger as my career goes on. As far as the tournament for me, just disappointing, I guess." He didn't score a goal in six games during the 2014 Sochi Olympics, but he appeared to be one of only a few American players who were interested in competing for bronze. "No excuses," said Kane. "I wasn't good enough. I wasn't good enough to help the team win a medal. Obviously, I was expected to do a lot more. When you come over here and put zero goals and four assists in six games, that's not the numbers you want to see. Definitely disappointing." Kane couldn't convert on two penalty shots in bronze-medal match, as the United States got whitewashed for a second straight game to close out the tournament.
Feb 22 - 3:59 PM

Patrick Kane failed to score on two penalty shots in the U.S.'s surprising 5-0 loss to Finland in the Bronze Medal game in Sochi Saturday.

The Americans played Finland to a 0-0 draw after the first but fell behind as the ageless Teemu Selanne scored the game's first goal 1:27 into the second period. The game might have been lost 11 seconds later as Jussi Jokinen scored to put the Finns up 2-0. For the balance of the second Tuukka Rask took over and stymied the Americans until Selanne, Juuso Hietnanen and Olli Maatta scored in the third putting the game out of reach. Kane, who had five shots on goal in the contest, was visibly distraught on the U.S. bench as the game wound down but he was not the only player to blame for this loss. The U.S. just didn't look interested in playing for a bronze medal.
Feb 22 - 12:50 PM

Depth Charts

All Positions
C1Jonathan Toews
2Andrew Shaw
3Michal Handzus
4Marcus Kruger
5Joakim Nordstrom
6Peter Regin
LW1Patrick Sharp
2Brandon Saad
3Bryan Bickell
4Brandon Bollig
RW1Patrick Kane
2Marian Hossa
3Kris Versteeg
4Ben Smith
5Jeremy Morin
D1Duncan Keith
2Brent Seabrook
3Niklas Hjalmarsson
4Nick Leddy
5Johnny Oduya
6Michal Rozsival
7Sheldon Brookbank
8David Rundblad
G1Corey Crawford
2Nikolai Khabibulin
3Antti Raanta