Patrick Kane’s Stanley Cup puck mystery solved?

The puck form Patrick Kane’s goal that won Chicago it’s first Stanley Cup in 54 years has been missing ever since overtime in Game 6. An important part of history, even the FBI has investigated the whereabouts of the mysterious puck.

Now almost a year later, there may be a break in the case of the missing puck. Steve Miller, an 11-year NHL linesmen, has been removed from working any playoff games for the remainder of the season.

Miller reffed the night of the Stanley Cup, and in amateur video shot of the game winning goal, Miller is seen a “small black object” in the goal crease. While Miller denies any wrong doing, you can’t help but wonder what the puck happened to it?

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