Blackhawks star Patrick Kane thinks he can do better. Kane will try to top the slow-moving, deke-filled move he put on Minnesota Wild goalie Niklas Backstrom in the shootout Dec. 14 when he competes in the popular breakaway challenge Saturday in the All-Star skills competition at Scotiabank Place. "Maybe, we'll see that one," said Kane, who also will compete in the relay (passing accuracy) and the elimination shootout. "I think I'm going to put a little more show into it and try to do some cool things. .?.?. This is a great event to try to get the fans out of their seats." Kane didn't hide his desire to win the breakaway challenge. Washington Capitals star Alex Ovechkin has won it every time since it began in 2008, but he won't compete this year. "It's definitely a chance for me to put on a show for the fans and do some things," said Kane, who said he will consult his father and friends for his moves. "I'm excited about doing it. It's something that I wanted to do.