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Blackhawks Daily: Vintage Patrick Kane; NHL Trade Talk

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Former Blackhawks star Patrick Kane had been quiet since joining the Detroit Red Wings, potting only one goal in his first nine games. That changed Friday night. Kane had two goals, an assist, and buried the shootout winner in a wild win for the Red Wings. Kane who is coming off a hip resurfacing, looked like his usual self right down to the shootout goal where he slowed, and picked his corner.

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Hockey Now Trade Talk

Boston Hockey Now and Colorado Hockey Now look at Elias Lindholm and where he may be a better fit – the Boston Bruins or the Colorado Avalanche–who were reportedly once close to getting Jack Eichel.

Montreal Hockey Now has a list of teams who have reportedly been talking to the Montreal Canadiens about potentially trading for some help between the pipes. Who might the Habs let go?

Meanwhile, New Jersey Hockey Now writes that the New Jersey Devils are internally discussing the possibility of trading for Jake Allen–piggybacking off of MHN’s story

The latest on Tyson Barrie’s saga with the Nashville Predators in the Nashville Hockey Now mailbag.

And One For the Road

Montreal Hockey Now brings us the insane save that robbed the Anthony Beauvillier of a goal by Jay Struble. It’s worth the watch because real time–no one could figure how it didn’t go in the net

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