The news wasn’t great, but it could have been worse. Patrick Kane, who left in the second period of the Chicago Blackhawks’ 4-0 victory over St.
St. Louis Blues coach Ken Hitchcock was asked about Joel Quenneville nearing his 700th coaching victory entering Wednesday night’s game. But Hitchcock wanted to talk of more pressing concerns.
Andrew Shaw has no doubts that in the case of a seven-game playoff series, the Blackhawks could catch up to and defeat the league-leading Blues.
Patrick Kane was down a few moments in the right faceoff circle before he gingerly got off the ice on his own. A few minutes later he was off to the locker room and done for the night.
Michal Handzus remembered his first NHL game.