Yet again, the Minnesota Wild have a tough time controlling Patrick Kane of the Blackhawks, as he scores his fourth goal in the series.
By Robby Sabo
As Dan Patrick, formerly of ESPN’s SportsCenter would say: “you can’t stop him, you can only hope to contain him.” The Minnesota Wild are feeling the wrath of this phrase as it relates to Chicago Blackhawks stud Patrick Kane right now.
As the two teams play on in Game 3, Kane is working some of that most recent magic, yet again. Only 14:06 into the game, Kane beat Wild goalie Devan Dybnyk to give the Hawks a 1-0 lead.
This marked his fourth-goal of the short (so far) three-game series, and sixth overall in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Simply put, there is no hotter skater in the NHL than Kane.
With Game 3 in Minnesota, the Wild are desperately searching for the win that would inject some life into the series. Currently, Chicago has a 2-0 leg up overall.
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Goals this series: Patrick Kane – 4 Minnesota Wild – 4 pic.twitter.com/rFDQzRN0sO
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