Chicago Blackhawks players Patrick Kane and Daniel Carcillo joined teammates in a practice session arranged by captain Jonathan Toews on Wednesday, as Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune reports. It's the second time that the players have gathered since the lockout was put into effect by the NHL on Saturday night.
Kane has generally stayed out of the public spotlight since being photographed partying during a block party in Madison, Wis., on Cinco de Mayo, as Kuc notes. Now he'll try to continue to focus on his game as the offseason extends with the played being locked out.
Among the other skaters on the ice were Dave Bolland, Jamal Mayers, Steve Montador and Patrick Sharp of the Blackhawks, Troy Brouwer of the Capitals, Brian Campbell of the Panthers and Mike Brown of the Maple Leafs.
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