(CBS) On Wednesday, two-time Stanley Cup champion Patrick Kane took a break from parading the Stanley Cup around Chicago to visit with the Late Show’s David Letterman in New York.

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Kane, winner of the Conn Smythe Trophy, sat with Letterman for a full segment and discussed myriad of topics, including what he plans to do during his day with the Stanley Cup and what it felt like to hoist the prestigious trophy for the second time.

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It appears a trip to see Jimmy Buffett may be in Kane’s future.

At the end of his appearance, Dave provided the 24-year-old Kane with some water to fill the Cup…

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Check out the video of Kane’s Late Show appearance above!