Patrick Kane sings karaoke at Elmhurst bar

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Chicago Blackhawks’ Patrick Kane carries the Stanley cup to the mound before an interleague baseball game between the Chicago Cubs and the Cleveland Indians Tuesday, June 16, 2015, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

After Blackhawks star Patrick Kane attended the Jimmy Buffett concert at Tinley Park on Friday, the Blackhawks right wing made an appearance at Riley’s Gathering Place, a bar in Elmhurst, and sang karaoke.

The Blackhawks star, who’s still in his Jimmy Buffett concert outfit including the parrot hat, sang his rendition of the Tom Petty classic “Free Falling.” At the end of the song, the “keeper of the cup” brought the Stanley Cup into the bar for all the Blackhawks fans to view.

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Kane’s singing isn’t great, but he was able to get the whole crowd involved and even broke out into a chant during the instrumental portion.

In the end, Kane was very entertaining, but he should keep his day job.

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