VIDEO: Watch Patrick Kane score on a three-on-none rush

By Adam Gretz | Hockey writer

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Entering Tuesday's game in Chicago, St. Louis Blues goaltender Brian Elliott had not allowed a goal in his more than 90 minutes of play this season.

That all ended early in the first period when his teammates were caught napping up the ice, resulting in the rare three-on-none rush for Chicago, which was completed by Patrick Kane's second goal of the season.

It was a beauty. Unless you're Blues coach Ken Hitchcock. Or his goalie.

As far as jailbreak odd-man rushes go, this one is good but I still like the five-on-one rush Winnipeg had against Florida last season when it comes to defensive failures.

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