Patrick Kane continues to dazzle Chicago Blackhawks fans and teammates alike.
After scoring two hat tricks in his last three games, it's no wonder some have dubbed him "Hat Trick Kane."
"Unbelievable," said Nick Schmaltz, a rookie center with the Blackhawks. "He's been doing it all year. Pucks are going in for him right now. It's fun to see, it's fun to watch."
The New York Islanders hope to hit pause on Kane's highlight reel.
Kane and his teammates will try to maintain their terrific play on Friday night when the Blackhawks (40-18-5) host the Islanders (30-22-10). The game marks the second and final regular-season meeting between the teams after Chicago claimed a 5-4 win in the first matchup on Dec. 15.
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