This morning, the Blackhawks were back on the ice at the now-Wells Fargo Center for the first time since winning the Cup in 2010. And guess what Patrick Kane did?
At Thursday morning skate in Philly, Chicago's Patrick Kane reenacts victory celebration from his 2010 Stanley Cup-winning goal here.
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More from the Chicago Tribune:
"(It wasn't) as intense as I did a couple of years ago but I went back there and kind of retraced it," Kane said as the team prepared for Thursday night's game against the Flyers, the Hawks' first appearance in Philadelphia since that magical June 9, 2010 night. "(Teammate Bryan) Bickell pretended he was the defenseman and I just kind of shot it in the same place where the puck got lost there. It was a fun moment. It went in today. Thank God I made that shot."
"It was exciting," he said. "Just driving in on the bus, seeing all the stadiums outside (and) coming into the lockerroom. I remember this lockeroom being packed with my family and friends and teammates and other … (members) of the organization last time we were in here. It's a little bit different not having the big shiny Cup with us but it still brings back a lot of memories."
Flyers-Blackhawks, tonight at 7 p.m. Tickets available right here starting at – ironically – $88, the same number worn by Kane…