It's probably too early in Patrick Kane's career to label him a "Predator killer." But it seems like in the past two seasons, Kane has figured out different ways to lead the Blackhawks to victories over their division rival. Heading into Monday's game, Kane had 22 points in 25 career games against the Predators. Make that 25 in 26. Kane scored two goals and added an assist en route to being named the game's No. 1 star in Chicago's 5-4 overtime victory Monday. It was also Kane who scored one of the most heartbreaking goals in Predators history, a shorthanded, game-tying tally with 13.6 seconds remaining in Game 5 of the first-round of the 2010 Stanley Cup playoffs.