About Patrick Kane

He was born November 19th 1988 (28 years old). His hometown is Buffalo, New York. He is 5’10 and weighs 175 lbs. His career started in 2007, he was the Blackhawks first pick and has been a star ever since he came to the NHL. He has won 2 stanley cups in his short career and plans to have many more. download (3).jpg


About Artemi Panarin

He was born October 30th 1991 (25 years old). His home town is Korkino, Russia. He is 5’11 and weighs 170 lbs. He is now playing for the Chicago Blackhawks and he is playing the position of left wing. Artemi was never drafted like a normal rookie, he was undrafted and signed by the Blackhawks. His career started in 2008-present.download (2).jpg

Hawks Fight off Panthers In OT Shoot out

Corey Crawford saved 38 shots in regulation and OT and allowed none in the shoot out as well. The Black hawks went on to win in a shoot out 2-0. The hawks took the lead one to nothing at the end of the first period, and there was no scoring in the second period. Going into the third period the hawks were winning 1-0 but then with about 19.25 left in the third period the panthers got the game tying score and that was good enough to keep it tied until overtime. In the overtime period there were no goals scored. In the shoot out Patrick Kane was up first for the Hawks and he missed trying to go top shelf on Roberto Luongo. Then up for the Panthers was Vincent Trocheck, and he just missed the net with his shot. Then Artemi Panarin rushed towards the going scoring the first goal of the shoot out. The Hawks are up 1-0 in the shoot out and up comes Aleksander Barkov for the Panthers and his shot was stopped by Corey Crawford. Now up for the win is Richard Panik, he skates forward quick and fast, he shoots top shelf on Luongo and SCORES!!! The game is over, Richard Panik scores the game winner for the hawks.

The Black Hawks next game is tomorrow at home against the New Jersey Devils (December 1st at 7:30 p.m. CT)

The Panthers next game is tomorrow at the Detroit Red Wings (December 1st at 7:30 p.m ET)

Blues defeat Stars in Overtime

The Blue’s star Vladimir Tarasenko scores in the overtime period with 1:36. This is after the Stars came back and tied it in the 3rd period. The Blues scored once in each 3 periods, and the stars did not score in the first but scored once in the second and twice in the third. Jamie Oleksiak from the stars tied the game in the third period (his third goal of the season). Other side notes from the game, David Perron, Robby Fabbri, and Alex Pietrangelo all scored in the game for the blues (13-7-3). They all have a 10 game point streak at home, which is very impressive. The Blues goalie Jake Allen made 18 saves in the win giving him 6 straight wins. He is 8-0-2 at home this season.

The Stars will go to Detroit to play the Red Wings on Tuesday November 29th at 7:30 p.m. ET

The Blues will host the Tampa Bay Lightning on Thursday December 1st at 9 p.m. ETdownload (3).pngdownload (2).png