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Watch Patrick Kane and Patrick Sharp make their eponymous burritos

Jan 10, 2012, 1:07 PM EDT

Earlier this season, we noticed something during an episode of NHL 36 starring Patrick Kane: Chicago-area Qdoba restaurants were selling two Blackhawks-inspired burritos — Kane’s “Kaner Con Queso” and Patrick Sharp‘s “Sizzling Sharpie”.

This was intriguing as fans of both hockey and quick service Mexican cuisine, but a question loomed: Which was the better burrito?

Looks like the Blackhawks website will soon provide an answer.

The Qdoba Blackhawks Burrito Faceoff is currently underway, with Kane and Sharp going head-to-head to see who has the tastier taco de harina. Fans can vote for the superior burrito and not only win the chance to eat lunch with the victorious Patrick, but also free burritos for a year!

/puts on elastic-waist sweatpants
//fine, i was already wearing them

Here’s video of Kane and Sharp making their respective foodstuffs. I don’t want to accuse Kane of not knowing what’s in the Kaner Con Queso, but it sounds like he’s reading off an ingredient cheat sheet.

I’ll now turn it over to PHT commenters, though I’d like to request an embargo on “Does Kane’s burrito cost 20 cents?” jokes. You know you’re better than that.

  1. swizzler16 - Jan 10, 2012 at 1:20 PM

    If only Kane and Sharp had known that they were going to score this commercial with Elmer Bernstein style music, then they could have dressed as Yul Brynner and Steve McQueen.
    Together with 5 other comrades they will protect this institute of Mexican cuisine from a rowdy group of marauding, cheesesteak-eating, purpleheart-beating Flyers fans.

  2. busieks - Jan 10, 2012 at 1:42 PM

    This has been going on in St. Louis with Backes and Oshie for weeks now. Chicago, get on our level. #teambackes his burrito is awesome!

  3. xxshookonexx - Jan 10, 2012 at 2:00 PM

    What is with this fluff? I need to know what the Bruins equipment manager said in response to Vigneault’s comments about Marchand.

  4. polegojim - Jan 10, 2012 at 5:55 PM

    Both with MILD salsa??? What??? Wimps!

    Red Wing players use habanero salsa and jalapeno peppers.

  5. theagitator1691 - Jan 10, 2012 at 7:38 PM

    I hope Sharp wins cause to me Kane seems like an idiot so go Sharp!

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