It's been nearly two weeks since Patrick Kane showed up to play in a men's league game in Buffalo where he, well, pretty much destroyed the competition.
We'd assume his appearance was a bit of a shock for the opposing team — especially for the goaltender, we couldn't help but feel a little sorry for him — as Kane contributed five goals and five assists in his temporary team's 13-5 win.
But Kane's offseason surprises didn't stop there.
The Blackhawks winger teamed up with Gatorade and was back at it again on Monday to give some young kids the surprise of a lifetime.
"I was actually nervous," Kane joked at Southwest Ice Arena. "I was like, 'What if I walk in and they don't even know who I am?' But when I did walk in, they were pretty excited and probably in shock."
And there was a lot for those young hockey players to be excited about.
Along with that visit from Kane came a newly-rehabbed locker room; one that hadn't been updated in the last 40 years.
"I think the main thing for me is to come back and see the kids' faces and see how excited they are," Kane said. "So it's a special day for me just to come back and try to help give back any way I can to the kids.
"(The locker room) is a huge part of being a pro athlete. A lot of time and effort goes into the locker room that a lot of people don't really understand. There's recovering after games, or getting to know one another as teammates or getting prepped before a game — things like that. To have something like this that's a pro-caliber locker room for the kids, I think is exciting for them."
But all the fun wasn't just limited to the Crestwood hockey team. The figure skaters got some enjoyment out of Kane's visit as well.
"When I walked by I heard a few screams," Kane said, laughing. "So that was exciting for me too."