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Patrick Kane wins beer league MVP, is an unstoppable force

- August 14th, 2014

It appears Patrick Kane won’t stop until he has won all of the hockey things.

A two-time Stanley Cup champion, Conn Smythe Trophy winner, Calder Trophy winner and Olympic silver medallist, the Chicago Blackhawks winger has set his sights on local beer leagues in his quest for domination.

Kane was named MVP of the Fattey League Championship — considered Buffalo’s elite summer hockey league — after helping his squad Milli Vanilli beat the Pet Shop Boys in the Rust Belt title game Tuesday.

Showtime even took a lap with his latest prize after the game.

He wasn’t even the league’s top scorer this summer, potting just 14 goals. His teammate Vinny Scarsella led the way with 25.

This isn’t the first time Kane has taken over in beer league play. Last month he played ringer for the Amer North Piranhas and scored five goals and five assists.

If you run a ball hockey game in the Buffalo area, be on the lookout for a man with a mullet wearing his hat backwards.

He cannot be stopped.

(h/t CSN Chicago, Puck Daddy)

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