It’s no secret that Patrick Kane is among the most skilled players in the NHL, and he’ll get a chance to show off those talents Saturday at the Skill Competition as part of All-Star weekend in Nashville.
The Blackhawks winger will compete in the accuracy shooting, relay and shootout events.
Patrick Kane will participate in the accuracy shooting event at the skills competition, as well as the relay (stickhandling) and shootout.— Mark Lazerus (@MarkLazerus) January 29, 2016
As captain of the Central Division team, which will compete for a $1 million prize during the 3-on-3 tournament Sunday, Kane was able to pick the events in which he wanted to compete.
Kane won last year’s accuracy shooting contest in Columbus as he hit four targets in a time of 13.529 seconds.
He also won the breakaway challenge in 2012 as he donned a Superman cape and Clark Kent glasses.
Kane will be Chicago’s only representative this weekend after Jonathan Toews backed out due to illness.
See the complete Skills Competition rosters here.
Most All-Star game selections as a Blackhawk
Stats via Hockey-Reference