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Flashback #89: Kane’s Round 1 Playoff Goal (2010)

Patrick Sharp and Jonathan Toews celebrate a goal by teammate Patrick Kane with 13 seconds left in regulation time against the Nashville Predators

Patrick Sharp and Jonathan Toews celebrate a goal by teammate Patrick Kane with 13 seconds left in regulation time against the Nashville Predators

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As of 670 The Score’s 20th Anniversary on January 3rd, the station has begun to reveal (in chronological order) the Top 100 Chicago Sports Stories that have occurred since they first went on the air 20 years ago. Once all 100 of these “flashbacks” have been revealed, fans will be able to vote for which stories they believe are the most significant in the 20 year history of The Score. To see all of the Flashbacks that The Score has posted so far, please visit 670 The Score’s 20th Anniversary page.

April 24, 2010 – Patrick Kane’s goal vs. Nashville in Round 1

The Blackhawks were less than 14 seconds away from going down 3-2 in the first round of the 2010 NHL playoffs.

The ‘Hawks trailed the Predators 4-3 in Game 5 when Patrick Kane provided Blackhawks fans with one of the lasting images of the 2010 Stanley Cup run.

Kane’s short-handed goal with 13.6 seconds left tied the game at 4-4, pushing the game to overtime where the Hawks would win on Marian Hossa’s sudden-death goal.

As the final seconds ran down, Nashville was protecting its lead late on the major power play created by Hossa’s penalty. That’s when Kane backhanded in a rebound off a shot from teammate Jonathan Toews to tie the game with his third goal of the series.

“Nothing tops it,” Kane said of the game-tying goal. “Thirteen seconds left to tie and keep us in the series, probably. Going to Nashville down 3-2, that would be a tough game to win.”

With the win, the Blackhawks faced a Game 6 at Nashville. The team took down the Predators, 5-3, advancing to the second round of the Western Conference playoffs.

The Score will continue to release a new Flashback each weekday until they reach 100. Check back tomorrow for a new one, or check out all of the previous Flashbacks: 670 The Score’s 20th Anniversary »