Kane graces Buffalo with the presence of Lord Stanley - VIDEOS
blog by Kathryn Przybyla • August 26, 2013 @ 11:13am
When Patrick Kane brings his hardware home, Buffalo notices.
The Buffalo News’ Mike Harrington summed it up nicely in his article on Kane’s visit on Saturday.
Yes, it’s not the Sabres but there were plenty of people in Niagara Falls, South Buffalo and West Seneca on Saturday who hope that someday it might be. That said, they were plenty happy to see South Buffalo’s Patrick Kane bring the Stanley Cup home to Western New York for the second time in four years.
The former No. 1 draft pick, Conn Smythe Trophy winner and now two-time Stanley Cup champion embarked on a spectacular visit across WNY to share the glory with family, friends and fans. The NHL was with him the entire visit, providing interviews and a great behind-the-scenes look at the trip.
The Stanley Cup arrives to Patrick Kane’s home to start its visit in WNY.
Kane arrives at the Niagara Falls Air Force base to honor military members.
Imperial Pizza gets a visit from the Stanley Cup when Kane stops by for a slice.
Kane makes an impressive entrance to the West Seneca Wings hockey arena on a zamboni.
Screen grab courtesy of NHL.