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Patrick Kane | Winger

Team: Chicago Blackhawks
Age / DOB:  (26) / 11/19/1988
Ht / Wt:  5'11' / 177
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Patrick Kane scored a goal and an assist in Saturday's elimination win over Nashville.
Kane did all of his damage in the first period. He helped set up Jonathan Toews' goal to cut the Predators lead to 3-2 and Kane tied the game at three with just six seconds remaining in the first frame. The 26-year-old missed a good chunk of the regular season because of a broken clavicle but he has remained productive in his return. Kane has two goals and seven points in six playoff games in 2015. Apr 26 - 9:41 AM

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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.

Perhaps a silver lining to not putting away the Predators in Game 5 is that Kane can continue to get his feet back under him? Whatever the case may be, the 26-year-old has been productive in this series, collecting five points in as many postseason contests.
Apr 25 - 1:00 PM

Patrick Kane picked up an assist in Thursday's 5-2 loss to Nashville.

The Predators were physical with Kane in Game 5, but he appeared to emerge unscathed from the hits. He has one goal and four assists since returning from a broken clavicle.
Apr 24 - 10:53 AM

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.

Kane does what Kane does when given the whole offensive zone to work with, shoots and ties the game at two. He also led the team with six shots and two takeaways over 17:06 of ice time. His clavicle seems healed.
Apr 18 - 1:19 AM

Chicago's power play got a lift in Game 1 with the return of Patrick Kane to the lineup.

The Blackhawks scored twice on six opportunities against Nashville and Kane had assists on both goals. Chicago had seven goals on 52 chances during Kane's 21-game absence due to a broken clavicle. Coach Joel Quenneville was glad to have him back. "(Kane) saves a lot of those loose puck battles and sustains a lot of presence in the offensive zone," said the Hawks bench boss. "He can open up other areas, too, if they want to keep a closer eye on him."
Apr 17 - 10:30 AM

Patrick Kane recorded a pair of assists in his first game back from a broken clavicle.

He had the primary helper on power-play goals by Patrick Sharp and Jonathan Toews. His efforts brought Chicago back from a 3-0 deficit to a 4-3 double overtime victory in Game 1 against Nashville. Kane also had four shots and 23:08 of ice time in his first game since Feb. 24.
Apr 16 - 12:30 PM

Patrick Kane (clavicle) has confirmed that he will be in the Blackhawks' lineup for Game 1.

It will be interesting to see how Kane does given that he hasn't played since Feb. 24 and is coming off of a significant injury. That being said, even if Kane is less than 100%, getting him back will still provide the Blackhawks with a big boost. Look for him to play alongside Kris Versteeg and Brad Richards.
Apr 14 - 1:00 PM

Patrick Kane (clavicle) has been given the green light by doctors to return.

"Patrick Kane suffered a broken left clavicle on February 24, and underwent successful surgery to repair the fracture on February 25. Patrick has been working extremely diligently with his rehabilitation and has recently returned to full-contact practice without any difficulty" said team physician Dr. Michael Terry. "After discussions with Patrick and the team, and examining Patrick today, we collectively feel it is appropriate, with minimal risk, for him to return to full participation." This paves the way for Kane to get back in the lineup on Wednesday against Nashville, but we'll wait for coach Joel Quenneville to deliver the news when the time comes. The Blackhawks will see how Kane does during Tuesday's session before making a decision.
Apr 13 - 6:40 PM

Patrick Kane (clavicle) skated Monday and took part in contact drills.

However, he isn't sure if he'll play in Game 1 on Wednesday against Nashville. "We'll see how he does again (Tuesday)," coach Joel Quenneville said. "I thought he had real good progress (Monday), he got cleared for contact and handled everything pretty well. I thought that line looked good as well. We'll see how he is."
Apr 13 - 2:37 PM

Patrick Kane (clavicle) is probable for game one of Chicago's first round series against Nashville.

According to CSN's Pat Boyle, Kane should be cleared for contact on Monday and he should play against Nashville in game one. The 26-year-old hasn't played since February 24th but you can expect him to make an immediate impact in the series whenever he returns. Kane finished the 2014-15 season with 27 goals and 64 points in 61 games.
Apr 12 - 5:12 PM

Patrick Kane (broken clavicle) made some more progress on Tuesday.

He took plenty of one-timers in the team's morning skate. "He's progressing real well," coach Joel Quenneville said. "Every day it seems like he's getting a little stronger. His skating has always been fine, he's handling the puck extremely well. It's good signs every day seeing the progress." Kane looks like he'll be ready to return ahead of his initial timetable, but we won't get a good idea of when he'll be back until we see how he responds to contact.
Apr 7 - 2:09 PM

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.

"Tough to say," Quenneville said Sunday. "Medical clearance is the hurdle. ... That's where it's at." Kane still hasn't been cleared for contact, but he has been practicing with the team. He can't play before the postseason because of salary-cap constraints. Kane's timetable could be pushed up, but it's still a cloudy situation.
Apr 6 - 12:17 PM

There's still no timetable for when Patrick Kane (clavicle) will be ready for contact drills.

Kane did practice on Wednesday though, so he is showing signs of progress. Based on the last time we got a projection, we don't expect Kane to return until mid-to-late May, assuming of course that Chicago is still in the playoff hunt at that point.
Apr 3 - 6:00 PM

Patrick Kane (clavicle) was back at practice on Wednesday.

It was his first session with his teammates since he was taken out of the lineup with a broken clavicle. "I thought it was a pretty good step (Wednesday) skating with the team," Kane said. "I'm happy about that. I'm not really sure what the next step is. I'm sure it would be contact and maybe finish some of the drills the guys were doing. We'll kind of see how I feel there." Unfortunately, his timetable hasn't changed, which means he's still on track to return in mid-May.
Apr 1 - 5:18 PM

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.

"There's been some excellent progress," Quenneville said Monday. "It could be good news. We'll see." Kane has been skating regularly for nearly two weeks and he was on the ice again on Monday in full gear. He suffered a broken clavicle on Feb. 24, which required surgery to repair, and his initial return wasn't expected to be until mid-May. Stay tuned to see if that has changed.
Mar 30 - 6:57 PM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PosRoleName
C1Jonathan Toews
2Antoine Vermette
3Brad Richards
4Marcus Kruger
5Teuvo Teravainen
6Joakim Nordstrom
LW1Patrick Sharp
2Brandon Saad
3Bryan Bickell
4Daniel Carcillo
RW1Patrick Kane
2Marian Hossa
3Kris Versteeg
4Andrew Shaw
5Andrew Desjardins
D1Duncan Keith
2Brent Seabrook
3Kimmo Timonen
4Niklas Hjalmarsson
5Johnny Oduya
6David Rundblad
7Michal Rozsival
8Kyle Cumiskey
G1Corey Crawford
2Scott Darling
3Antti Raanta