Blackhawks' Kane adds another MVP trophy to his mantel

Blackhawks' Kane adds another MVP trophy to his mantel
August 13, 2014, 12:30 pm
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Scott Krinch

If winning two Stanley Cups, a Conn Symthe Trophy, a Calder Memorial Trophy and an Olympic silver medal wasn't enough, Blackhawks superstar Patrick Kane now has another trophy to add to his mantel.

Kane was named MVP of the Fattey League Championship after leading Milli Vanilli to a victory over Pet Shop Boys in the Rust Belt title game on Tuesday night. The twelve team, twelve week league was formed in 2005 and is considered Buffalo's elite summer hockey league. The total cost for each member is $265.00, which shouldn't be a problem for Kane considering he signed an eight-year, $84 million contract extension with the Hawks last month.

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Surprisingly, Kane wasn't the FHL's leading scorer this summer. That distinction went to his Milli Vanilli teammate Vinny Scarsella, who lead the league with 25 goals. Kane came in at No. 13 with 14 goals.

This isn't the first time Kane's named has popped up in a Buffalo area hockey game this summer. He played in a men's league game on July 22 for a team called the Piranhas and scored five goals and added five assists.

But once again, Kane was overshadowed by Scarsella, who scored a game-high seven goals.

Maybe it's time the Blackhawks give Scarsella a call?