“If you see someone else have a big night, have a big game or score early on in a game, you want to do something yourself.”

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“If you see someone else have a big night, have a big game or score early on in a game, you want to do something yourself.”
As has been the case in each of their three Stanley Cup titles since 2010, balance and depth factor heavily in the Blackhawks’ success.
“He finds guys, he’s got a sneaky good release, and he always knows where he’s putting the puck.”
Even while piling up a team-leading 71 points, Kane has remained unshackled from the burden that he must score to ensure the Blackhawks’ success.
“It’s a big thing, especially now — if you’re going to score a goal, you have to be deceptive,” Kane said.
Even as Kane and the Blackhawks have heated up at the same time in the quest of the Central
Division’s top seed, Kane’s constantly evolving game continues to defy limits.
There’s always going to be something concerning for your opponents when you have a one-two tandem.”
But in the Blackhawks’ recipe for success this season, the one-two punch is more of the 1A and 1B variety.

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