Jan 21, 2015; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Chicago Blackhawks right wing Patrick Kane (88) and center Jonathan Toews (19) celebrate after both players scored goal in the shootout against the Pittsburgh Penguins at the CONSOL Energy Center. The Blackhawks won 3-2 in a shootout. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports
I have to be honest watching Patrick Kane skating on the ice was great to see but also kind of sad knowing that his regular season is over when he had a chance to win the Art Ross and Hart trophies.
The Go Pro Videos are fun to watch and the players skills are incredible and the videos certainly show them off. Today, the NHL and GoPro released their Episode Four titled Toews Vs Kane and here is the 4 minute video.
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Of course they aren’t playing hard and just having fun but Patrick Kane’s hands are so fast and effortless. Toews shows off his offensive skills too which are so sneaky good because he’s usually the more hard working guy sometimes you forget how great Toews is offensively when Kane usually gets all the headlines but how soon we forget moves like this.
So what do you think of the videos? The cameras are bulking and need an almost full body harness but it would be great to see this view during an actual game to see what Toews or Kane see at full speed yet even at have speed their skill is World Class and the Hawks fans should be happy to know that they will be in Chicago for 8 more seasons after this year!
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