BOSTON (WIVB) - South Buffalo's Patrick Kane added some serious power to his ever-growing resume' Monday night, winning the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP, as the Blackhawks beat Boston 3-2 to win the Stanley Cup in six games.
Kane paced the Chicago offense with 19 points in the playoffs, including three goals and two assists in the Finals.
"It was the best year of my life just playing with these guys," Kane said on NBC after being named the Conn Smythe winner.
The 24-year-old Blackhawks star played his best on the biggest stage, scoring seven of his nine playoff goals in Chicago's final eight games.
Kane has now won two titles in just six NHL seasons.
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