Congratulations are in order! Patrick Kane has tied Denis Savard for second All-time in assist in Chicago Blackhawks history. This assist came off an Alex DeBrincant goal at the 8:58 mark of the third period. Kane was due for this goal after having an assist waved off after Seth Jones hit both posts. Kane is just adding to the legacy that is already a mile long. Kane is at seven hundred and nineteen on his career. Kane has scored some of the most dazzling goals from spin-o-Roma passes to Hossa versus the Ducks or finding Patrick Sharp on the power play. Kane’s passing always has been a strong suit to his play. At the age of thirty-three, can Kane catch Stan Makita’s nine hundred and twenty-six? Either way, Congratulations to Patrick Kane! Only a matter of time before he is alone at second all-time with his eyes set on Stan Mikita.
Patrick Kane has a huge decision coming up after next season but until then, let us just make sure we truly take in the creativity and showmanship of Patrick Kane. Kane is one of the most electric fun players ever to play the game. His all ready a lock for the Hall Of Fame. Will he be on the Blackhawks Mount Rushmore? I think so.