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Patrick Kane Chicago Blackhawks Black Bauer Game Worn Gloves – Worn in 2015-16 – Art Ross Trophy – Ted Lindsay Award – Hart Trophy – Autographed – Team Letter
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Patrick Kane Chicago Blackhawks Black Bauer Game Worn Gloves – Worn in 2015-16 – Art Ross Trophy – Ted Lindsay Award – Hart Trophy – Autographed – Team Letter
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Patrick Kane Chicago Blackhawks Black Bauer Game Worn Gloves – Worn in 2015-16 – Art Ross Trophy – Ted Lindsay Award – Hart Trophy – Autographed – Team Letter
Lot #417

These black Nexus 1000 hockey gloves by Bauer were game worn by superstar Patrick Kane during the 2015-16 NHL season. The Chicago Blackhawks made Kane the 1st overall selection in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft. This Buffalo, NY native began his NHL career in style by winning the 2007-08 Calder Trophy as the NHL’s Rookie of the Year and earning a spot on the All-Rookie Team. Patrick’s NHL career continues to improve as time marches on. The 2015-16 season saw Patrick become the first Blackhawk to score 100 points in a season since Jeremy Roenick did it in 1993-94. He also was the first US born player to score 100 points since Doug Weight in 1995-96. He was the runaway scoring leader and was awarded with his first Art Ross Trophy, first Ted Lindsay Award and first Hart Memorial Trophy as league MVP. These will sit nicely alongside his Calder Trophy and the Conn Smythe Trophy that he won as playoff MVP in 2012-13. The 2018-19 season saw Kane score 44 Goals and 110 Points. Kane passed the 400-Goal mark this season and is averaging over a point a game during his career.


Kane is a 9-time NHL All Star and has three 1st Team NHL All Star selections to his credit. Kane was an integral part of bringing the Stanley Cup back to Chicago in 2010, scoring 10 goals and 28 points in 22 playoff contests during that historic run; a run which ended with Patrick becoming the youngest player ever to score a Stanley Cup winning goal in overtime, a record that previously belonged to Bobby Orr dating back to 1970. In addition to already winning 3 Stanley Cup titles, Kane is a 2-time Olympian having captured Silver with Team USA.

These black Bauer gloves have the player name and number “Kane 88” stitched on the side. Patrick has autographed both gloves on the cuff in silver sharpie. The gloves will be accompanied by a Blackhawks team letter.