On Thursday, Patrick Kane made even more history to cement himself among top all-time legendary Blackhawks in the Hawks' 4-3 overtime loss in Game 2 of the first round Stanley Cup Playoffs series against the Vegas Golden Knights.
In the second period of Game 2, Kane recorded three points off three assists to pass Bobby Hull (129) for third in most playoff points in Hawks history with 130. Denis Savard is in second with 145 and Stan Mikita is No. 1 with 150.
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"Well, I've been fortunate to play on some amazing teams. And I guess when you have some deep runs in the playoffs, you're going to have the chance to put up numbers and points when you're an offensive guy," a humble Kane said following Thursday's loss. "So I appreciate those teams I've been on, trying to do the same thing here with this team.
"I think we got a good group. I think we proved it all year when we played in tough situations, faced some adversity that we were able to come back, we're able to work our way out of it. This isn't a team that's going to give up and I think we're in a situation here where we're coming into a day off then a back-to-back situation and we feel we got a young team with some fresh legs, so hopefully that can be used to our advantage."
The Hawks take on the Knights in Game 3 Saturday at 7 p.m. and Game 4 Sunday at 5:30 p.m. CT.
The Hawks lose their second straight game in a close OT finish to the Vegas Golden Knights and are now down 2-0 in the series. Host Pat Boyle is joined by Blackhawks analyst Steve Konroyd, as they discuss the heartbreaking Game 2 loss, what went wrong, and how the Hawks can climb back from the series deficit.
(1:00) - Vegas Golden Knights stay hot
(7:22) - Hawks line shakeup in Game 2
(11:30) - Vegas Golden Knights are outshooting their opponents
(16:00) - How the switch to becoming the home team can help the Hawks
(19:30) - The Hawks have been down before, they can come back