Why Kane's game-winner may foreshadow another Cup for Hawks

Why Kane's game-winner may foreshadow another Cup for Hawks
May 14, 2014, 7:45 pm
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Patrick Kane has a knack for stepping up when the Blackhawks need a game-winner.

The 25-year-old star has taken it a step further in recent years, compiling three series-clinching goals in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

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CSN ran down all three goals, beginning with the most famous - June 9, 2010: Kane's Stanley Cup-clinching goal in Philadelphia.

No. 2: June 8, 2013. Kane scored in double overtime to send the Hawks to the Stanley Cup Final.

No. 3: Tuesday night, sending the Hawks to the Western Conference Final.

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Notice a trend?

Kane's first two series-clinching goals came in the seasons in which the Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup. Maybe that bodes well for this year, too?