Chicago's Kane Gets First Lady Byng Nomination: Patrick Kane has picked up his first-ever nomination for the Lady Byng Trophy, which is given each year to the player who has best exhibited the combination of sportsmanship, gentlemanly conduct and skill. He's up against the Islanders' Matt Moulson and the Lightning's Marty St. Louis. (Updated 5/21/13)
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He finished fifth in the NHL in both goals (23) and points (55) while picking up just eight penalty minutes, the fewest among the league's top-20 scorers. (Updated 5/21/13).
05/20/2013 22:31 Red Wings outmuscle Blackhawks, lead series 2-1
Gustav Nyquist and Drew Miller scored 31 seconds apart midway through the second period and Pavel Datsyuk restored a two-goal lead in the third to help the Detroit Red Wings beat the Chicago Blackhawks 3-1 Monday night to take a 2-1 lead in the second round series.
05/18/2013 15:48 Red Wings bounce back, even series with Blackhawks
Damien Brunner and Brendan Smith scored in the second period and the Detroit Red Wings beat the Chicago Blackhawks 4-1 Saturday in Game 2 to even their Western Conference semifinal series.
05/18/2013 13:59 GIF: Jimmy Howard doesn't have a chance
Red Wings goalie Jimmy Howard was one of the few brights spots in Game 1 but he didn't get much help. He didn't get any on this play, either.
05/16/2013 13:41 Hawks' Kane Unfazed By Goal Slump In Playoffs
Kane is not worried about his postseason drought that has him only scoring one goal in the last 18 playoff games, the Chicago Sun-Times reports.While he has only lit the lamp once since he got the game-winner in the 2010 Stanley Cup Finals, Kane has 14 assists in those 18 games including five helpers against the Wild in the first round.
Last year was by far the most disappointing season for Patrick Kane in his five-year career. Not only did his on-ice production slip -- he only produced 23 goals and 43 asssists, seven fewer points than in 2019-10 -- but his off-ice antics became an issue, too. Trade rumors continue to swirl, but the Hawks would be crazy to ship out a 24-year-old, point-per-game guy. Still, the 2012-13 season will be his most important one for the Hawks and he'll need to show the team he's more than just an impulsive frat boy. We think he'll feel like he has something to prove and that will bring him a 30-goal, 75-point seaso. And a major rebound on the power play. (Updated 8/14/12)