Patrick Kane addresses concussions in NHL, shares Stanley Cup tales
Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Kane joined the show to talk about the upcoming season.
Kane talked about the problems with concussions in the NHL. “It seems like the game keeps getting faster and little clips to the head have you out for a long time,” Kane said. But Kane said the NHL is very serious about treating players with head injuries.
Kane said he doesn’t know where the puck he shot to win the 2009 Stanley Cup Final is. He said he thinks a teammate, opponent or ref might have taken it.
Kane talked about the Stanley Cup. He did say it’s important to clean it when you get it. “I think there’s a lot of things done to that cup by different players,” Kane said.