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South Buffalo's Patrick Kane nets spectacular double-overtime winner

Patrick Kane scored a highlight reel goal early Friday morning, keeping his Chicago Blackhawks alive in the first round of the NHL playoffs. Kane's winner came a little over three minutes into double-overtime and forced a Game Six in the Blackhawks' series with the St. Louis Blues.

Watch the goal:

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It was Kane's first goal of the 2016 playoffs, but he does have six points in the series. In his postseason career, he has 49 goals and 71 assists for 120 points in 121 games.

This was Kane's 11th playoff game-winning goal. His most famous is the 2010 Stanley Cup overtime clincher against the Flyers.

Kane was the runaway points leader in the 2015-16 season, with 46 goals and 60 assists for 106 points. The Stars' Jamie Benn was second with 89 points.

The Blackhawks and Blues resume their series with Game Six in Chicago. The puck drops at 8 p.m. Saturday and will be televised nationally on NBC.

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