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?
The FBI is stepping in to help find the puck from the Stanley Cup game winning goal scored by Chicago Blackhawks Patrick Kane. The puck has been missing ever since Kane scored the overtime goal clinching the Stanley Cup for the Blackhawks in six games against the Philadelphia Flyers. Footage from the game shows NHL linesman Steve Miller skating towards the net and picking up the puck. Not only is the FBI getting involved but Grant Deporter, CEO of Harry Caray’s, offered a $50,000 reward for the missing puck. The FBI is searching for the puck on their own time to get to the bottom and find out what the puck happened?!?
Congratulations to the Chicago Blackhawks who are the 2010 Stanley Cup Champions. In six games, the Blackhawks defeated the Philadelphia Flyers 4-3 in overtime to win their first Stanley Cup since 1961. Patrick Kane got the game winning goal, but the Conn Smyth Trophy for the Playoff’s MVP went to Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews.
Patrick Timothy Kane Jr. (born November 19, 1988) is an American professional ice hockey right winger currently playing for the Chicago Blackhawks of the National Hockey League (NHL). The Blackhawks selected him with the first overall pick in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft. In 2010, Kane scored the game winning goal in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals against the Philidelphia Flyers for the Blackhawks to win their first Stanley Cup in 49-years.