WATCH: Patrick Kane beats Braden Holtby with a filthy move

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Patrick Kane put Chicago on the board in the first period.

If Sunday’s game between the Blackhawks and Capitals is a preview of the Stanley Cup Final, fans are in for a fun ride.

A minute after Washington took a 1-0 lead on Marcus Johansson’s 15th goal of the year, Patrick Kane took a slick pass from Trevor van Riemsdyk and beat Caps goalie Braden Holtby with a filthy move.

The goal was Kane’s 35th of the season.

The game features the two leading goal scorers in NHL in Kane and Washington’s Alexander Ovechkin, who entered the day with a league-leading 40 goals this season.

The Capitals lead the NHL with 94 points while Chicago ranks second in the West with 81.

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