Patrick Kane News Archive
Kane underwent successful surgery to repair a left clavicle fracture Wednesday, and he's expected to miss 12 weeks.
The Blackhawks have placed Kane (upper body) on long-term injured reserve, the team's official site reports.
Kane's upper-body injury is suspected to be a broken collarbone, Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Kane (upper body) could miss anywhere from six to more than 10 weeks after being sent into the boards by Florida's Alex Petrovic during Tuesday's game, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Kane (upper body) is expected to miss some time, but the time period will not be known until Wednesday, Hawks' Joel Quenneville told Megan Mawicke of CBS Sports.
Kane left Tuesday's game against the Panthers with an upper-body injury and will not return, ESPN Chicago reports.
Kane (upper body) left Tuesday's game against Florida in the first period after being knocked into the boards by Florida's Alex Petrovic and will not return, WGN-AM Radio in Chicago reported.
Kane racked up a goal and two assists in Wednesday's 5-4 OT loss to the Canucks.
Kane potted his 26th of the season and assisted on the game winner in overtime as the Blackhawks grounded the Jets 2-1 on Friday.