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As he turns 31, Patrick Kane continues to add to the prime of his Blackhawks' career

Posted On: Nov 19, 2019   |   Posted By: WGN TV

CHICAGO - He's had the opportunity to serve as his coach for just a little over a year now, and it remains a pure pleasure for Jeremy Colliton.
One could see that when the Blackhawks leader was asked on Tuesday how he believes that Patrick Kane continues to play at the highest level of his career as he gets older. In fact, he turns 31 as the team gets ready to host the Hurricanes at the United Center, and the forward shows absolutely no signs of slowing down.
“It's fun coaching him,” said Colliton of Kane, who enters another year of his life on yet another lengthy scoring streak.
The forward has tallied a goal in each of his last six games and has a point in the last nine, adding to his 11 scores and 15 assists on the season, making him the leading scorer on the team. During Kane's recent run of offensive production, the Blackhawks have made up for a so-so start by going 6-2-2 in their last ten games and go for a fifth-straight win on his birthday evening.
So what does Kane attribute his continued success...

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