CHICAGO -- Patrick Kane gave yet another demonstration of his mind-blowing puck handling skills during the Blackhawks' game against the Canadiens Sunday, somehow managing a perfectly-placed shot while being thrown to the ice by Max Pacioretty.
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Kane managed to fake out defensemen Jeff Petry and get past him, and was already off-balance as Pacioretty checked him, when he somehow lifted a perfectly-placed shot past goalie Al Montoya. Kane's amazing goal put Chicago ahead 3-2 with 3:37 left in the second period.
"That had the wow factor all over it... All of a sudden he makes a play with a guy draped all over him and makes a great shot falling to the ice, it was a spectacular goal by a great player and fun to watch," coach Joel Quenneville said after the game.