NHL 100 in 100: Patrick Kane dazzles the Canadiens

Chicago Blackhawks right wing Patrick Kane. (Nam Y. Huh/AP)

Over the next 100 days, host Steve Dangle will break down the top 100 moments of the NHL’s centennial season. Check out the entire series on Sportsnet’s YouTube page and subscribe for more exclusive content.

NO. 87

Patrick Kane with time and space is a dangerous thing. Having said that, he can still burn you in close quarters.

That was the case on Nov. 13, 2016, when the Chicago Blackhawks forward dazzled the hockey world with one of the nicest goals all season.

Kane picked up the puck inside the Montreal Canadiens zone, deked past defenceman Jeff Petry, and beat Al Montoya‘s glove while being shoved to the ice by Max Pacioretty.

The goal broke a 2-2 tie and held on as the winner, landing itself as moment No. 87 on Sportsnet’s 100 in 100 list.

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