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Patrick Kane stars in new Gatorade Flow ad

Just a few weeks ago we showed you the latest Gatorade ad staring Chicago Cubs slugger Kyle Schwarber as the team prepared for the 2017 season. Now, with his team on the ropes in the NHL Payoffs, Patrick Kane is the latest Chicago athlete to appear in a Gatorade commercial. Kane teamed up with the sports beverage and food company to help promote the new Gatorade Flow drink in the Thirst Quencher sub-line. G ...

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Patrick Kane scores incredible goal against Flames

The Chicago Cubs aren't the only local team playing tonight. At the United Center in Chicago, the Blackhawks are seeking their sixth win of the season as they host the Calgary Flames. During the first period, Patrick Kane scored one of the best goals you will see all season long. He weaved through three Calgary defenders to finish and give the Blackhawks a 1-0 lead: https://twitter.com/mkmolnar/status/79362 ...

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Chicago Blackhawks Funko Pops! Coming soon

If you're a big Chicago Blackhawks fan or a Funko Pop! collector, then we have some good news. Funko announced on Tuesday that the first wave of NHL Pop!s are coming soon. That first wave will include both Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews. Check out the figures below: As you can see, they got Kaner's hair spot on. Both players come in the Blackhawks home sweaters complete with all of the detailing. Toews is ...

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Patrick Kane wins 2015-16 NHL MVP

Patrick Kane has made history. The 27-year-old Kane became the first American-born ('Merica!) player to win the Hart Trophy as the NHL's MVP for the 2015-16 season. Going into the NHL Awards show, many thought Kane would win with the race being close. But in the end, it was a landslide. Kane received 1395 votes to beat out Pittsburgh's Sidney Crosby (800 points) to win the award. The winger tallied 106 poin ...

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One day later, Hawks’ Game 7 loss still stings

One day later, it still hasn’t settled in. The 2015-16 Chicago Blackhawks season is over. Their dreams of becoming the first team in nearly 20 years to repeat as Stanley Cup Champions — about the only aspect of the Detroit Red Wings run that the Hawks haven’t matched— were dashed. The next Blackhawks game that matters is about five-and-a-half months away. https://twitter.com/MarkLazerus/status/7248078674133 ...

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Somehow, someway, the Chicago Blackhawks head to Game 7

The best way to sum up the current thoughts on the Chicago Blackhawks is through two contradictory statements that are equally true. I cannot believe that this series with the St. Louis Blues is about to head to its seventh game. But on the other hand, I absolutely can believe that the Hawks have forced a Game 7 in this series. I didn’t think things could seem much bleaker after Game 4, with the Hawks on th ...

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A litany of Blackhawks mistakes in Game 4

If you came here to read an obituary on the Hawks 2015-16 season, you’re in the wrong place. I’m not going to declare this season over or declare this team dead or declare this obstacle too steep to climb. I’ve seen this team overcome too many mountainous hurdles over the last eight years to say that a comeback is not possible. But what I am going to do is to tell you how that road back into this series wil ...

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Previewing the Chicago Blackhawks series with the St. Louis Blues

You should know the drill by now. Seven games. Two teams. One advances. Once again, the Chicago Blackhawks will kick off another Stanley Cup chase in a first-round meeting against hated divisional rival St. Louis. Let’s get to it. Any discussion of the Blues starts with 24-year-old Vladimir Tarasenko, who’s sure to be a thorn in the side of the Hawks again this series. http://i.imgur.com/2QCIydi.gif He's go ...

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A look back at predictions for the Chicago Blackhawks 2015-16 season

Before we jump ahead to the playoffs, let’s go back and revisit our season preview (click that link for a reminder) from the start of the season to see just how wrong I was. I’ve got Teuvo Teravainen scoring at least 52 points this season: I should’ve put Artemi Panarin here, although I don’t think anyone expected Panarin to be quite as good as he was this year. I settled on 52 points because that was the n ...

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Patrick Kane becomes first American to win Art Ross Trophy

Patrick Kane becomes first American born player to lead NHL in points History has been made. Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Kane became the first American to lead the NHL in points this season, earning the Art Ross trophy. Kane is coming off an incredible 2015-16 regular season in which he tallied 106 points including 46 goals and 60 assists. It's the best season of his young career with the Blackhawks, wh ...

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