The Chicago Blackhawks have one of the best American-born players of all time on their roster in Patrick Kane, and he is just getting started still.
Patrick Kane is 32 years old now. He has been in the league for well over ten years, what was once the Blackhawks young star, is now their best veteran, and he has done it all.
Three Stanley Cups, a hart trophy, a Conn Smythe, the Ted Lindsay Award, an Art Ross Award, oh, and 1022 career points in 973 career games thus far.
Kane has just gotten better every year he has played, to the point where he has only had one season since winning his last Stanley Cup that he wasn’t a point per game or higher throughout the regular season.
I think we have talked a lot about how great Patrick Kane is in the past. I mean, he is already in the top two of our top 25 Chicago Blackhawks of all-time list, and that can even put him in a higher spot sooner rather than later.
The scary thing is, he still has a few more years to go. So without further ado, here are three reasons Kane is going to have a career year yet again in 2021.