Patrick Kane, MVP of the 2013 Stanley Cup champions the Chicago Blackhawks, talks about his team's exciting six-game NHL championship victory over the Boston Bruins when he visits the "Late Show with David Letterman" Wednesday, June 26 (11:35 p.m.), on CBS.
The Blackhawks pulled out a stunning victory in the last 17 seconds of Monday's game six to defeat the Bruins, 3-2, giving the Chicago team its second NHL championship in four seasons. Kane led the Blackhawks with 19 points throughout the playoffs, including three goals and two assists in the six games against the Bruins in the Stanley Cup finals.
Kane, a native of Buffalo, became the third straight American-born winner of the Conn Smythe Trophy, the NHL's playoff MVP award, and just the fourth American-born winner ever.
Also featured on the "Late Show" Wednesday are actor Jamie Foxx, star of the new film "White House Down," a Top 10 List presented by The Backstreet Boys, and a performance by musical guest Wale.