Watch Toews, Kane get down, sort of, in Blackhawks dance-off

Toews, Kane get down, sort of, in Blackhawks dance-off

Jonathan Toews (right) and Patrick Kane have the moves on the ice. Off it? Well ...

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Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane may be on the same team, but their competitive drive has helped spark a friendly on-ice rivalry.

That rivalry spread to the dance floor last year during the Chicago Blackhawks Convention as the two participated in a dance-off.

One year and a pair of 8-year, $84 million contracts later, the two teammates had a rematch.

It's clear Kane won the much-awaited rematch after channeling his inner Lance Stephenson and blowing in Toews' ear.

But let's be honest, both dances were a little bit awkward and brief. The "Kaner Shuffle" is not the way someone who just signed an $84 million contract should dance.

Either way, the fans loved it, as evidenced by the screams that sounded like they were coming from a Beatles concert in the 1960s.


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