Patrick Kane

#88 RW / Chicago Blackhawks / EXP: 8YRS Height: 5-11 Weight: 181 lb Age: 27 College: None

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Blackhawks' Patrick Kane: Scores game winner to keep series going

    Kane scored the game-winning goal and tacked on an assist in Thursday's Game 5 victory over the Blues in double overtime. With no goals and four assists coming into Thursday, Kane finally found twine, and it couldn't have come at a better moment to keep the Blackhawk's hopes alive. The 27-year-old now has five career tallies in the playoffs, and this multi-point outing could be the one that catapults more big outings as the series continues.

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    Blackhawks' Patrick Kane: Contributes two helpers in Game 2 win

    Kane had two assists in Friday's Game 2 win over the Blues. It was a strong offensive night for Kane, who also fired four shots on goal as Chicago evened up their first-round series with the Blues. The 26-year-old was held at bay in Game 1, but the Blues couldn't shut him down Friday. With 116 points in 118 career NHL playoff games, Kane is a proven postseason performer who will be a key factor during Chicago's playoff run.

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    Blackhawks' Patrick Kane: Art Ross Trophy Winner

    Kane has won the 2015-16 Art Ross Trophy by leading the NHL in scoring with 106 points (46 goals, 60 assists) in 82 games. Kane made NHL history this season, as he's the first American-born player to take home the Art Ross Trophy since the award's inception in 1947-48. The 27-year-old winger set career highs in goals (46), assists (60) and shots on goal (287) in 2015-16, and contributed on an absurd 45 percent of the goals the Blackhawks scored this season. Kane's success was aided by the chemistry he developed with his linemates Artemi Panarin and Artem Anisimov, a line that became one of the NHL's most potent offensive units in 2015-16. The Blackhawks will hope that Kane can continue to play at an MVP level in the team's upcoming first-round playoff series with St. Louis.

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    Blackhawks' Patrick Kane: Finishes regular season with 106 points

    Kane scored twice while also notching a power-play helper and plus-2 rating in Saturday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Blue Jackets. Let's just go ahead and lay out Kane's numbers on the year -- 46 goals, 60 assists and a plus-17 rating. Obviously, these are all career highs for the superstar winger, and the second line with rookie Artemi Panarin (77 points) is just plain scary. Oh, and the 27-year-old reached the scoresheet in four straight to finish out the season -- watch out St. Louis.

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    Blackhawks' Patrick Kane: Picks up assist to reach 103 points

    Kane assisted on Chicago's lone goal in Thursday's 2-1 overtime loss to the Blues. If you thought one goal on the scoreboard meant Kane may not have recorded points, you thought wrong. The superstar winger earned a place on the box score for the fourth straight game, totaling a ridiculous five tallies and four apples in that stretch. The 27-year-old is feasting with an endless appetite for points -- he has 103 to date.

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    Blackhawks' Patrick Kane: Scorching start to April continues

    Kane scored a goal and added an assist -- both on the power play -- in Tuesday's 6-2 trouncing of the Coyotes. Kane has been a monster to begin April -- not surprisingly -- as the star has recorded five markers and three helpers in three outings. The 27-year-old leads the NHL with a ridiculous 102 points, 14 more than Jamie Benn who sits in second. The 2007 No. 1 pick has blossomed into an unquestioned fantasy stud, and he should be taking home the Art Ross trophy when it's all said and done.

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    Blackhawks' Patrick Kane: Records hat trick in win

    Kane picked up a hat trick -- including a power-play goal -- and dished out a helper in Sunday's 6-4 win over the Bruins. There's nothing more to say about Kane. He's been an absolute fantasy beast this season, reaching the 100-point level for the first time in his career. Kane's performance on Sunday gives him four goals in the last two games and eight points in his last five. The star winger isn't showing any signs of slowing down, and is treating up for a long run in the postseason. Continue to roll with him in all fantasy formats.

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    Blackhawks' Patrick Kane: Rested up, will play Saturday

    Kane missed practice Friday but was simply getting extra rest. He will play Saturday night against the Flames, CSN Chicago reports. Fantasy owners can safely use the league's top point getter Saturday. Perhaps the rest will help Kane get back on track as he's posted just three points in the past seven games -- that wouldn't be terrible for your ordinary player, but more is expected from such a premier scoring talent like Kane.

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    Blackhawks' Patrick Kane: Adds two more points to league-leading total

    Kane scored his 39th goal of the season and added an assist in a 4-0 win over Winnipeg. He also fired six shots on goal and skated to a plus-2. With his first multi-point effort in five contests, the NHL's leading scorer is now up to a massive 92 points in 72 games this year. With a 12-point cushion on Jamie Benn -- who took home the NHL points crown in 2014-15 -- Kane all but guaranteed to take home the Art Ross trophy when the regular season ends on April 10, especially since Benn's superstar linemate Tyler Seguin (73 points) is out for the next month or so with a partially-torn achilles.

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    Blackhawks' Patrick Kane: NHL rules out discipline

    Kane will not face any discipline from the NHL for a rape allegation made against him in the offseason, the Associated Press reports. The NHL reportedly conducted an independent review of the case against Kane, ultimately declaring that the allegations were "unfounded." If this was ever a distraction to Kane, you wouldn't know it, as he's absolutely tearing it up with 89 points this season, 16 more than Stars center Jamie Benn, the next highest offensive performer. However, those that own Kane can officially move on from any looming cloud of disciplinary action even though the issue has been dormant for a few months now.