It sounds like Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Kane is feeling closer and closer to 100 percent as the team's first-round series with the Nashville Predators moves along.
Patrick Kane picked up an assist in Thursday's 5-2 loss to Nashville.
Patrick Kane scored his first goal of the playoffs with too many men on ice that was not called. Unfortunately, the Blackhawks would fall to the Predators in Game Two on Friday night, 6-2.
Chicago's power play got a lift in Game 1 with the return of Patrick Kane to the lineup.
Patrick Kane recorded a pair of assists in his first game back from a broken clavicle.
Patrick Kane (clavicle) has confirmed that he will be in the Blackhawks' lineup for Game 1.
Patrick Kane (clavicle) has been given the green light by doctors to return.
Patrick Kane (clavicle) skated Monday and took part in contact drills.
Patrick Kane (clavicle) is probable for game one of Chicago's first round series against Nashville.
Patrick Kane (broken clavicle) made some more progress on Tuesday.
Coach Joel Quenneville hasn't ruled out the possibility that Patrick Kane (broken clavicle) could be ready to return during the first round of the playoffs.
There's still no timetable for when Patrick Kane (clavicle) will be ready for contact drills.
Patrick Kane (clavicle) was back at practice on Wednesday.
It sounds like Patrick Kane (clavicle) is ahead of schedule and coach Joel Quenneville teased that there could be a very good update on the talented winger's status soon.