Patrick Kane played in a men's league game Monday night in Buffalo.
Yeah, you read that right.
Like Derrick Rose showing up to your local gym or Jay Cutler throwing passes to you at the local park, the Blackhawks superstar gave these guys in Buffalo quite a thrill when he suited up for their game. And then he dominated them.
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Kane scored five goals and had five assists to lead all scorers with 10 points. In a men's league game in Buffalo.
Kane played for a team called the Piranhas that rolled Essex St. Pub, 13-5. Of course, skimming the box score, it doesn't look like Essex St. Pub had any Stanley Cup champs, so the game was probably not the most fair men's league game ever played.
Kane, somehow, didn't lead his own team in goals, though. That distinction went to Vinny Scarsella, who was in the ECHL last season. Essex St. Pub had to be like, "Oh, come on!"