Patrick Kane News Archive
Kane set up two goals in Wednesday's Game 1 win over Nashville. It was his first game since Feb. 24 after suffering a broken clavicle.
Coach Joel Quenneville confirmed Tuesday that Kane (clavicle) will play in Wednesday's playoff opener against the Predators, Tracey Myers of CSN Chicago reports. The Blackhawks are no longer listing him on long-term injured reserve.
Kane (upper body) was cleared for full participation by the Blackhawks' team physician.
Coach Joel Quenneville indicated Monday that Kane (upper body) could play in Game 1 against the Predators if he completes another practice successfully Tuesday, ESPN Chicago reports.
Kane (upper body) was cleared for contact Monday, Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Kane (upper body) was on the ice for Monday's practice, Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Kane (upper body) is expected to be cleared for full contact for Monday practice and is probable for Game 1 of the Stanley Cup playoffs first round on Wednesday, Pat Boyle of CSN Chicago reports.
Kane (upper body) was able to absorb some contact over the weekend, Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Kane (upper body) was attempting slap shots during Tuesday's practice, a sign he's taken another step forward in the recovery process, Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Coach Joel Quenneville acknowledged Sunday that Kane (upper body) could make his return to the lineup during the first round of the playoffs, Paul Skrbina of the Chicago Tribune reports. "Tough to say," Quenneville said, regarding a potential first-round return for Kane. "Medical clearance is the hurdle...that's where it's at."