PHOTO: Patrick Kane covers up Blues logo on young fan's shirt

Jul 23, 11:42 PM

Patrick Kane's week keeps getting better.

After participating in dominating a men's league game in his native Buffalo (see below), Kane - still wearing the Piranhas jersey - posed for a photo with a young fan. 

While he surely appreciated the kid's hat, he made sure to censor the logo on his shirt.

Pick a team, kid. Or at least don't root for both sides of a rivalry.

Feature photo courtesy of Action Images

Jul 22, 8:01 PM

PHOTO: Patrick Kane dominates a Buffalo men's league game

Jul 22, 8:01 PM

The Piranhas of Buffalo's Performax Hockey League had a bit of a ringer in the lineup on Monday, as Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane decided to keep things fresh by joining a summer game in his hometown.

As one would expect, Kane dominated to the tune of five goals and five assists, as the Piranhas beat the Essex St. Pub by a score of 13-5. 

As good as Kane obviously was, we think some NHL team should consider offering Vinny Scarsella a training camp tryout after his seven goal performance. 

The 24-year-old - a former Canisius College teammate of New York Islanders forward Cory Conacher - recorded 13 goals and 26 assists for the ECHL's Utah Grizzlies.

Even if he fails to rise up the ranks of professional hockey, Scarsella will always be able to say he scored more goals than Patrick Kane ... for one night at least.

[H/T Bardown]