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WATCH: Patrick Kane competes in NHL Skills Competition

Patrick Kane #88 of the Chicago Blackhawks competes in the Gatorade NHL Skills Challenge Relay during the 2016 Honda NHL All-Star Skill Competition at Bridgestone Arena on January 30, 2016 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Patrick Kane had a bit of a rough night at the NHL Skills Competition Saturday in Nashville.

First, the Blackhawks winger was booed as he was introduced to the home crowd, then Kane’s Western Conference team was soundly defeated by its Eastern Conference counterparts.

Kane competed in three events, but failed to win any of them as his team was beaten by a final score of 29-12.

In his first event, the accuracy shooting, Kane’s time of 20 seconds was the highest of any Western Conference shooter. He won the event at the 2015 Skills Competition with a time of 13.529 seconds.

One of the few bright spots for the West was the relay, in which Kane competed in the stick-hailing portion.

In two attempts at the shootout, Kane failed to get a shot past East goaltender Roberto Luongo.