Chris Boden and Joe Brand recap a tough start to the home stand for the team with a 3-game losing streak. They also discuss the recent news of Bobby Hull no longer being a Blackhawks team ambassador. Later on in the show, Denis Savard joined the guys to talk about Patrick Kane passing him on […]
Lightning Retro Profiles is a series of profiles on former Lightning players. Some are well known to fans even today, some not so much. These Retro Profiles will highlight some of the names from the Lightning’s past. What kind of player they were, what they did with the Lightning, and their contributions to where the team is today.
Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Kane surpassed Denis Savard for second-most assists in franchise history. The future Hall-of-Famer recorded his 720th assist in the third period Sunday when Caleb Jones scored against the Florida Panthers for a 3-2 game. At first glance, it looked like Dylan Strome tapped the puck in, but Jones was officially credited with the goal for his second of the season.
Savard congratulates Kane on achievement originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago. Patrick Kane passed Denis Savard for second-most assists in franchise history during Sunday's game at the United Center. Kane recorded his 720th assist in the third period against the Florida Panthers on a goal that came from Caleb Jones....
Chicago Blackhawks winger Patrick Kane is no stranger to reaching career milestones or climbing the record books. On Sunday afternoon the 33-year-old passed his former coach and Blackhawks great Denis Savard on the Blackhawks Franchise Assist leaderboard. While the Blackhawks ultimately fell to the Florida Panthers by a final of...
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