‘It’s strange to see’ – Connor Bedard on Kane’s move to Detroit

Canadian striker “Chicago” Connor Bedard spoke about the transfer of the former Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane V “Detroit” .

On Tuesday, it became known that forward Patrick Kane, who missed the start of the National Hockey League regular season, had signed a contract with Detroit. The agreement with the 35-year-old hockey player runs until the end of this season. Kane was the first overall pick in the 2007 NHL Draft. As a member of Chicago, he became a three-time Stanley Cup winner. In February 2023, the attacker was traded to the New York Rangers, whom he left at the end of the season.

“It’s strange to see this, because I was a fan who grew up watching these hockey players (Kane and Alex DeBrincat, who plays for Detroit), and I saw how they succeeded and won cups . It’s strange for any fan not to see them in Chicago. I’m sure their connection will be interesting to watch. Of course, it’s strange, after all the years they spent in Chicago. But it will be fun to watch,” Bédard said, as quoted by nbcsportschicago .

Source : MatchTV

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