Patrick Kane’s hands are already in playoff form.
With the NHL officially in Phase 2 of the Return To Play plan, a number of Blackhawks players have gotten on the ice at the team’s official practice facility, Fifth Third Arena, taking part in voluntary individualized workouts.
It should come as no surprise to Blackhawks fans that Kane’s hands are already primed for the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
It’s been 99 days since the NHL paused play and Kane is apparently shaking off the rust quickly, even impressing stickhandling specialist Pavel Barber.
Kane is one of a handful of Blackhawks players that have practiced together in Chicago during Phase 2, including Alex DeBrincat, Dylan Strome, Alex Nyander and goalie Malcolm Subban.
NHL training camps are expected to start on July 10th as part of Phase 3 in the Return To Play plan.
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