May 13, 2014; Saint Paul, MN, USA; Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane (88) celebrates his game winning goal in overtime of game six of the second round of the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs at Xcel Energy Center. The Blackhawks clinch the second round with a 2-1 victory over the Wild in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Marilyn Indahl-USA TODAY Sports
Patrick Kane showed again on Tuesday night that he’s Showtime but oh so clutch as well. Kane scored his fourth playoff overtime winner and what is just another addition to his endless amount of highlights of clutch goals in his career. Kane has scored four overtime playoff winners so let’s take a quick look back at all four.
1. Stanley Cup Finals 2010- Game #6 Cup Winner
Kane’s first overtime winner will always be his greatest since it clinched the Blackhawks first Stanley Cup Championship in 49 years. Nobody was for sure that it went in at first but the hightlight were for lack of better words AWESOME. Kane if he never scored another goal again would be legendary for this winner!
2013 Western Conference Finals- Game #5 Series Clincher
This was a double overtime winner in a game that looked like the Hawks were heading to the Stanley Cup Finals in regulation but the Kings were the defending champs and scored a tying goal in the final seconds. One overtime wasn’t enough and in the second overtime a perfect pass from the Captain Jonathan Toews set up Kane for his second overtime goal in his playoff career and sealed a return trip to the Finals.
Game #4 Western Conference 1st Round
The Hawks looked like there was some doubt in their game early in the St. Louis Blues series but everyone knew the Hawks were on their way when Kane put this overtime winner in and the series was all square again! This was a huge confidence momentum builder and the Blues didn’t have a chance after Kane’s third overtime goal.
Game #6 Western Conference Semi-Finals- Series Clincher
Patrick Kane benefits from a lucky bounce and #88 doesn’t miss from there and the Blackhawks advance to the Western Conference Finals for the Fourth Time in Six seasons! It’s not just Showtime but Super Clutch!
The Hawks fans are fortunate to get to watch Patrick Kane work his magic and he did it again Tuesday night!
LET’S GO HAWKS!!!