In the NHL, there are things you can do when you have a six-goal lead — like try a spin-o-rama. But there also are things you can never do — like watching your own highlights when your teammates are around. So Patrick Kane resigned himself to the fact that he’d have to wait until he was safely tucked away in his hotel room in Denver late Saturday night to watch the clip of him spinning around Dallas defenseman Brenden Dillon and flipping a backhander into the net, a spectacular score that capped the Blackhawks’ 8-1 obliteration of the Stars at American Airlines Center.
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