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Patrick Kane’s Mullet Makes Its Triumphant Return For The 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs

When he’s not beating up cab drivers, getting blackout drunk at Wisconsin during Cinco de Mayo, or partying with his shirt off in a limo in Vancouver, Patrick Kane is one of the most badass American hockey players going in the NHL right now. Adding to his legend, Kane is sporting a pretty sweet mullet for the fourth consecutive postseason.

It all started after Kane couldn’t grow a beard during the Hawks’ 2010 Stanley Cup run, in which Kane scored the Cup-clinching goal against the Philadelphia Flyers in game six of the finals. So instead of growing a nasty lip sweater and overgrown sideburns, Kane went with the Missouri Compromise. Mullets. TFM. Kane even added some racing stripes on the side of his Kentucky Waterfall. Power move. I don’t think you’d be able to distinguish him from your average Kid Rock concert-goer with salad like this.

There’s also this badass video of Kane showing off his Tennessee Tophat.

Party on, Pat. Party on.

[via ESPN Chicago]

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