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Apr 16, 2024 0 0 -1 2 -0.5
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2023 1175.9 20 27 47 -5 18:22
2022 1256 21 36 57 -22 19:18
2021 213.58.2 26 66 92 -19 21:49
3y Avg. 1647.8 21 51 72 -15 21:02
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  • Red Wings' Patrick Kane: Dials up two assists in OT win

    Kane contributed two assists -- including an overtime helper on the power play -- in Saturday's 5-4 OT win over the Maple Leafs. Kane wrapped around the net and found David Perron to put the Wings up 4-1 with 16.8 seconds to play in the first period. Kane then came through in the clutch with a soft shot that still had enough steam to be redirected by captain Dylan Larkin for the game-winning goal in overtime. Kane is up to 20 goals and 26 assists through 48 games in his debut campaign for the Red Wings. He got off to a late start to the season as he rounded out his recovery from hip surgery, but the Wings are still fighting for their playoff lives with two games to go in the regular season. There's been wide speculation that Kane, a pending unrestricted free agent, will join a new team if Detroit fails to extend its season.
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  • Red Wings' Patrick Kane: Notches 20th goal

    Kane scored his 20th goal of the season in Tuesday's 2-1 loss to the Capitals. He spoiled a shutout bid by Charlie Lindgren with a desperation tally just before the final horn. Kane has reached 20 goals in a season for the 16th time, and the 35-year-old proved he still has a lot left in the tank by racking up 44 points in 46 games for the Red Wings after signing with the club in late November.
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  • Red Wings' Patrick Kane: Good to go Saturday

    Kane (illness) is set to play Saturday versus the Panthers, Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press reports. Kane missed Thursday's contest against the Hurricanes while battling an illness, though he appears ready to go Saturday against Florida. The 35-year-old winger has four goals and nine points in his last eight matchups and 40 points (17 goals, 23 assists) in 41 games this season.
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  • Red Wings' Patrick Kane: Saturday status uncertain

    Kane (illness) is questionable for Saturday's tilt in Florida, according to Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press. Kane was a late scratch Thursday versus Carolina because of his illness. The veteran has nine points in his last eight games, giving him 17 goals and 40 points in 41 games. Michael Rasmussen took his spot on the second line Thursday, while Justin Holl moved up from the blue line to play on the fourth line.
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  • Red Wings' Patrick Kane: Not playing Thursday

    Kane (illness) is not on the ice for warmups, indicating he won't play Thursday versus the Hurricanes, Max Bultman of The Athletic reports. Kane has nine points over his last eight games, so his absence is a big one for a Red Wings team that's been losing ground in the playoff race. Daniel Sprong is expected to be in the lineup in place of Kane. Kane's next chance to play is Saturday versus the Panthers.
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  • Red Wings' Patrick Kane: Three points including OT winner

    Kane scored the game-winning goal and added two assists, one on the power play, in Tuesday's 4-3 overtime victory over the Blue Jackets. After helping set up two Lucas Raymond tallies in regulation, Kane took matters into his own hands in the extra period, banking a sharp-angle shot off Daniil Tarasov. The 35-year-old Kane extended his point streak to five games, and since the All-Star break he's erupted for eight goals and 22 points in 19 contests, including one goal and eight assists with the man advantage.
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  • Red Wings' Patrick Kane: Finds twine to snap team skid

    Kane supplied the game-winning goal in Saturday's 4-1 win over the Sabres. J.T. Compher made a sprawling pass at the top of the crease to give Kane a wide-open look at the net, culminating in a 2-1 Red Wings advantage with 2:20 remaining in the second period. The Wings held on to snap a seven-game losing streak, while Kane is heating up based on a three-game point streak comprised of a goal and two helpers. Detroit is 1-6-0 with Dylan Larkin (lower body) out of commission, so all eyes are on Kane, who is averaging 1.05 points per game in his 17-year career, to start becoming a major factor in team wins. He's added 14 goals, 20 assists and 11 power-play points through 36 games this season.
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  • Red Wings' Patrick Kane: Registers power-play apple

    Kane recorded a power-play assist in Tuesday's 7-3 loss to the Sabres. Losers of six straight contests, the Red Wings need even more from Kane amid the slump and continued absence of captain Dylan Larkin, who, on March 4, was given a two-week return timeline upon sustaining a lower-body injury. Of course, there's still plenty of fantasy value to be found from Kane based on 13 goals, 19 assists and 10 power-play points through 34 games in his debut season with Detroit.
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  • Red Wings' Patrick Kane: Point streak at nine games

    Kane notched two assists, one on the power play, in Tuesday's 8-3 win over the Capitals. Both points came in the third period as the Red Wings put the final touches on the rout. Kane has gotten onto the scoresheet in nine straight games since the All-Star break, piling up five goals and 14 points over that stretch with three straight multi-point efforts.
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  • Red Wings' Patrick Kane: Scores in overtime

    Kane scored a goal and assisted on another in Sunday's 3-2 overtime win over the Blackhawks. It was an emotional night for Kane as he celebrated not only the game-winning goal in overtime but also his return to Chicago, where he carved out his Hall of Fame career. Kane added an assist on Alex DeBrincat's game-tying goal, four shots and a plus-2 rating in 18:13 of ice time. He is now riding an eight-game point streak, scoring five goals and adding seven assists over that span. While his team's performance might fluctuate, Kane's individual talent and consistent production make him a valuable asset in fantasy.
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  • Red Wings' Patrick Kane: Point streak at seven games

    Kane produced a goal and an assist in Saturday's 6-1 win over the Blues. The veteran winger opened the scoring only 33 seconds into the first period, burying a one-timer past Jordan Binnington. Kane missed seven games before the All-Star break with a lower-body injury, but he's been on fire since rejoining the lineup, finding the scoresheet in seven straight contests with four goals and 10 points.
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  • Red Wings' Patrick Kane: Four-game, six-point streak

    Kane had a goal and an assist in a 5-0 victory over the Flames on Saturday. Kane opened the scoring on the power play at 14:56 of the first period. He one-timed a shot past Jacob Markstrom's blocker. The points extended Kane's scoring streak to four games, and it gives him six points (two goals, four assists) since returning from a lower-body injury last Saturday.
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  • Red Wings' Patrick Kane: Garners helper Thursday

    Kane registered an assist and two shots on goal in Thursday's 4-1 loss to the Canucks. Kane has four points over his last three games, showing no lingering issues from a lower-body injury that cost him seven contests before the All-Star break. The 35-year-old winger is up to 20 points, 70 shots on net and a minus-4 rating over 22 appearances this season. He should continue to see top-six minutes and power-play time.
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  • Red Wings' Patrick Kane: Earns two points in loss

    Kane scored a goal on three shots and added a power-play assist in Tuesday's 8-4 loss to the Oilers. Kane has three points over two outings since he returned from a lower-body injury that cost him the last seven games before the All-Star break. The winger has fit right in for the Red Wings with 19 points, 68 shots on net and a minus-4 rating through 21 outings in a top-six role this season. He's averaging 17:52 of ice time per game, and his power-play usage should help to keep him productive enough for fantasy managers.
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  • Red Wings' Patrick Kane: Picks up assist in return

    Kane recorded a power-play assist with two shots on net and a minus-1 rating in Saturday's 4-3 overtime win over the Canucks. Seeing his first action since Jan. 14 after recovering from a lower-body injury, Kane sparked a Detroit rally from a 3-1 deficit by helping to set up Daniel Sprong for a tally early in the third period. Kane has been productive when healthy since signing with the Wings, and through 20 games this season, he's produced seven goals and 17 points.
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  • Red Wings' Patrick Kane: Will play Saturday

    Kane (lower body) was activated off injured reserve Saturday. Kane missed seven games after he was injured in the first period in Toronto on Jan. 14. He is expected to play on the second line alongside David Perron and J.T. Compher and get minutes on the second power-play unit. Kane has seven goals, nine assists and 63 shots on net over 19 appearances this season.
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  • Red Wings' Patrick Kane: Expected back Saturday

    Kane (lower body) is expected to return versus Vancouver on Saturday, Red Wings reporter Will Burchfield reports. Kane has missed seven games after getting hurt in the opening period in Toronto on Jan. 14. The 35-year-old winger has seven goals and 16 points in 19 games. Look for Kane to return to the top line as well as see first-unit power-play duty.
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  • Red Wings' Patrick Kane: Out against Ottawa

    Kane (lower body) won't play at home against the Senators on Wednesday, per Daniella Bruce of the Red Wings' official site. Kane will miss a seventh straight game due to his lower-body injury Wednesday, but he should be ready to return to action Feb. 10 versus Vancouver following the All-Star break. The 35-year-old has registered seven goals and nine assists in 19 games with the Red Wings this season. He'll continue to provide for a young Detroit team that is currently holding onto the second wild-card spot in the Eastern Conference with his invaluable veteran leadership.
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  • Red Wings' Patrick Kane: Could play Wednesday

    Coach Derek Lalonde said Saturday that Kane (lower body) could play Wednesday versus Ottawa, Daniella Bruce of the Red Wings' official site reports. Kane will not play Saturday against Vegas, which will be his sixth straight game on the shelf. He was injured in the opening period of a 4-2 victory over Toronto on Jan. 14. The 35-year-old has seven goals, nine assists and 63 shots on goal in 19 contests this season.
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  • Red Wings' Patrick Kane: Lands on IR

    Kane (lower body) was placed on injured reserve retroactive to Jan. 14 on Thursday. Kane will be eligible to return whenever he's deemed healthy enough to play, but he'll miss a fifth straight game against the Flyers on Thursday. The 35-year-old has been skating on his own, however, so there's a chance he could be ready to return Saturday versus Vegas or Wednesday against the Senators prior to the All-Star break.
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