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Patrick Kane

26-Year-Old Right Wing – Chicago Blackhawks

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With 64 points through his first 61 games of last season, Kane seemed to be well on his way to a career year, and there was even talk of him becoming the first American to take home the Hart Trophy. But those plans were foiled in late February, when he suffered a broken coll...

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SHOOTS: Left   HT: 5' 11"   WT: 177   DOB: 11/19/1988   BORN: Buffalo, New York   DRAFTED: 1st Rd, #1 Overall in 2007   Show ContractHide Contract

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Signed an eight-year, $84 million extension with the Blackhawks in July of 2014.

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Hamburg, N.Y. police confirmed publicly for the first time Friday that Kane is under investigation for an alleged rape incident, The Buffalo News reports.

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Season Age League Team GP G A Pts +/- PIM SOG SH% GWG SHG TOI/G G A Pts TOI/G Hits BS
2007-08 18 82 21 51 72 -5 52 191 11.0 4 0 7 0 7
2008-09 19 80 25 45 70 -2 42 254 9.8 4 0 18:39 13 20 33 4:13 19 9
2009-10 20 82 30 58 88 16 20 261 11.5 6 0 19:12 9 20 29 3:14 17 17
2010-11 21 NHL CHI 73 27 46 73 7 28 216 12.5 2 0 19:17 5 19 24 3:36 17 17
2011-12 22 NHL CHI 82 23 43 66 7 40 253 9.1 5 0 20:12 4 8 12 3:44 19 27
2012-13 23 NHL CHI 47 23 32 55 11 8 138 16.7 3 0 20:03 8 9 17 4:24 11 9
2013-14 24 NHL CHI 69 29 40 69 7 22 227 12.8 6 0 19:37 10 15 25 4:08 16 15
2014-15 25 NHL CHI 61 27 37 64 10 10 186 14.5 5 0 19:51 6 16 22 4:45 22 14
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2013-14 19:37 4:08
2014-15 19:51 4:45

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Patrick Kane: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Kane is the target of an investigation by the Hamburg, N.Y., police department regarding an alleged sexual assault over the past weekend, The Buffalo News reports.

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Police in Hamburg, N.Y. are investigating an incident over the past weekend that reportedly involves Kane, The Buffalo News reports.

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Kane factored into both goals in Monday's Stanley Cup-clinching win over the Lightning, registering a goal and an assist.

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Kane is still looking for his first Stanley Cup Finals goal this season as the series with the Lightning heads into Game 6 on Monday night.

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Kane, who has failed to put a shot on goal in the first two games of the Stanley Cup Finals, is expected to be moved off Jonathan Toews' line as the Blackhawks look to generate more offense in Game 3, The Buffalo News reports.

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Kane was held without a shot Saturday in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals and has now gone without a point in two games this series.

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Kane will be deployed with Jonathan Toews on the top line during Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals against the Lightning, Mike Harrington of the Buffalo News reports.

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Kane dished out three assists in Saturday's Game 7 win over the Ducks.

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Kane supplied an assist and tallied the game-winning goal in Wednesday's Game 6 triumph over the Ducks.

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Kane registered the game-tying goal in third period of Saturday's eventual 5-4 double-overtime triumph over the Ducks.

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Kane extended his goal streak to five games and his point streak to seven Thursday, potting a goal and a power-play assist in a Game 4 victory against Minnesota.

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Kane scored the game's only goal Tuesday against the Wild, with his first-period power-play tally holding up for a 1-0 win and 3-0 series lead.

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2014-15

Kane has carved out a reputation of being a top-notch producer during the regular season, before morphing into a superstar in the playoffs. Like the Blackhawks, fantasy owners are waiting for his otherworldliness during the playoffs to translate to the regular season. He still has not surpassed the 30-goal, 58-assist production he delivered in 2009-10. Kane certainly has the ability to reach 40 goals in a season given his silky moves and big shot, but only if he can avoid his spells of complacency over the 82-game schedule. Perhaps the acquisition of Brad Richards is exactly what Kane needs to top his career-bests, but we'd be more than happy with 30 goals and 75 points.

2013-14

Kane really grew up before last season and that newfound maturity delivered him the best point-per-game production of his career. He needs to be one of the first right wingers off the draft board (if not the first). But just remember this is an Olympic year with extraordinary travel demands. Kaner has played a lot of games since the start of 2013 and a workload that includes the Olympics could really cause a second-half slow down. Relatively speaking, of course -- he'll still finish with elite numbers overall. But don't be afraid to consider a deadline trade to leverage his value at its highest point.

2012-13

Last year was by far the most disappointing season for Kane in his five-year career. Not only did his on-ice production slip -- he only produced 23 goals and 43 asssists, seven fewer points than in 2019-10 -- but his off-ice antics became an issue, too. Trade rumors continue to swirl, but the Hawks would be crazy to ship out a 24-year-old, point-per-game guy. Still, the 2012-13 season will be his most important one for the Hawks and he'll need to show the team he's more than just an impulsive frat boy. We think he'll feel like he has something to prove and that will bring him a 30-goal, 75-point seaso. And a major rebound on the power play.

2011-12

It�s unclear when he originally sustained the injury, but Kane is expected to be fully recovered from surgery on his left wrist by the start of the regular season. The star winger saw a drop in his point total last season, but still managed a point per game average with 27 goals and 46 assists through 73 contests. As one of the best offensive producers at his position, Kane should quickly fly off draft boards in 2011-12.

2010-11

We'll refrain from cracking any taxicab jokes and tell you the important stuff: Kane continued to pile on 88 points in the regular season, and ultimately went on to score the game-winning goal in overtime in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals. Without question, he is one of the game's best young talents but his actions have gotten him in trouble. On the rink, he's a prolific goal scorer and setup man, but to be ranked among the elite he could afford to act with more professionalism. With a Stanley Cup victory and three seasons of 70-plus points, it's easy to forget that he's only 21 years old, with room for growth.

2009-10

While definitely a black mark on his young career, the incident with a Buffalo taxi cab driver might humble Kane and give him a little more of an incentive to increase his output. No matter what, the duo of Kane and Jonathan Toews are sure to keep the Hawks in the Stanley Cup hunt for the long haul, especially since they're now running as a trio with Marian Hossa. Another year under his belt will only make him better, after a season where Kane led the team in power-play goals with 13. His 25 goals and 45 assists last season were particularly impressive when you consider that Kane was slowed by a high-ankle sprain throughout January, around which he had a 17-game stretch with just five points (1 G, 4 A).

2008-09

Kane was the first overall pick in the 2007 draft, and he defended his draft position by claiming the Calder Trophy as the NHL's top rookie. Leading the Hawks with 72 points by amassing 21 goals and 51 assists, Kane played with the poise of a veteran in his first campaign. Expect him to produce even greater numbers with a healthy Toews this season and another year under his belt.

2007-08

Like Toews, Kane played well in the WJC -- albeit with the US -- and helped his draft stock, which may have pushed the Hawks to take him with the first-overall pick of the 2007 NHL Entry Draft. He was named the CHL rookie of the year with 62 goals and 83 assists in 58 games. While he is not big, his stickhandling and great vision on the ice makes up for his lack of size (5-10, 162 pounds).

2006-07

Great hands, great speed and uncanny ability to protect the puck are hallmarks of this 5'9" winger's game. He poured in 62 goals and 145 points in just 58 games with the OHL's London Knights in his draft year and projects as a 100-point player someday... if his frame fills out and he sprouts a couple inches. Even if he doesn't grow, Kane will produce if paired with the right (read, big) linemates. He's at the top of the 2007 draft class.