Philadelphia trip brings back memories for Kane, Blackhawks

Philadelphia trip brings back memories for Kane, Blackhawks
March 18, 2014, 4:30 pm
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CSN Staff

Patrick Kane and the Blackhawks took a walk down memory lane Tuesday morning in Philadelphia.

Kane and Co. took it all in as they prepared for Tuesday night's game against the Flyers in the Wells Fargo Center where they clinched the 2010 Stanley Cup with Kane's overtime goal.

Tuesday is only the second time the Blackhawks will play in Wells Fargo Center since the '10 Stanley Cup Finals.

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"It was a long time ago, but it feels like it was just yesterday," Kane said. "Anytime you come back here, you're going to have memories of that night, for sure.

"A lotta jokes, a lotta memories. A lotta things come into your mind when you come back into this arena."

Kane and his teammates relived the goal during skatearound, trying to determine the exact spot the dynamic winger was when he fired off his game-winner.

"It was a pretty good memory," Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville said. "It was a special day and we'll always remember it."