Seeing where you're passing is overrated for Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane.
The slick playmaker delivered two uncanny no-look passes Thursday night that led directly to goals.
So @88PKane is back. Like, behind-the-back. #NHLFaceOff pic.twitter.com/n1e7l35icS— NHL (@NHL) October 6, 2017
So @88PKane is back. Like, behind-the-back. #NHLFaceOff pic.twitter.com/n1e7l35icS
Not to be outdone by himself, Kane also used his trademark spin-o-rama to set up Nick Schmaltz for Chicago's third of the game.
Spin-o-rama setup in Game 1. #YesAndYes pic.twitter.com/Sdt42tVIah— Chicago Blackhawks (@NHLBlackhawks) October 6, 2017
Spin-o-rama setup in Game 1. #YesAndYes pic.twitter.com/Sdt42tVIah