Feb 20, 2011, 5:38 PM EDT
Patrick Kane is the man responsible for giving the Chicago Blackhawks their first Stanley Cup since the late 1960s. He’s a dynamic playmaker and goal scorer and he’s also one of America’s biggest talents on the ice. He’s also had his fair share of controversy.
From his incident in Buffalo two years ago where he was booked for assaulting a cab driver to recent photos on Deadspin that have told a different story about Kane’s recent bout with an illness with the flu that caused him to miss a couple of games, Kane is living the life of a young, talented player to the hilt.
Mike Milbury talked with Liam McHugh during the intermission about what Kane should be doing to ensure that his legacy in Chicago becomes better known as the winner off the ice instead of the guy lighting it up on the bar scene instead.
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