Evander Kane wanted to make his first Stanley Cup Playoff game a memorable one. And he certainly did.
While Evander Kane watched Stanley Cup playoff hockey from his couch during the first eight years of his NHL career, the power forward felt confident he could thrive in the pressurized atmosphere of the post-season if he could only get the chance.
When it comes to loading up and letting it fly, these five stars crank it up and fire away more than any other players in the league.
The Buffalo Sabres forward recently hosted a holiday dinner in the NHL city he plays in, treating 50 underprivileged children from King Center Charter School to an evening out at an upscale restaurant.
Alex Ovechkin and Evander Kane are among the Players that took part in Kraft Hockeyville 2013 in Stirling-Rawdon and Belleville, ON.
Young Thrashers winger is making settling into the NHL look easy as an 18-year old