Boyd Kane (LW)
||Swift Current, SK
2011-12: Was named BEARS captain on 10/5/11…Scored his first goal of the season on the power play 10/21/11 at Albany…Tallied a power-play
goal for the second straight game on 10/22/11 vs. WB/Scranton…Recorded one assist and a plus-2 rating on 10/23/11 vs. Syracuse…Posted one
assist on 10/28/11 at Springfield…Recorded an assist on 10/29/11 at Adirondack…Extended his point streak to six games with a power-play goal on
10/30/11 vs. Binghamton…Scored one goal and was plus-1 on 11/9/11 vs. Binghamton…Potted one goal and was plus-1 on 11/18/11 at Syracuse…
Notched one goal on 11/19/11 vs. Albany…Posted two points (1+1), was plus-2 and was named number two star on 11/23/11 vs. Providence…Registered one goal and was plus-2 on 11/26/11 vs. Lake Erie…Recorded one assist on 12/9/11 at Connecticut…Was named playing captain for 2012 Eastern Conference All-Star Team by the American Hockey League on 12/16/11…Scored one goal and was plus-1 on 12/17/11 vs. Bridgeport…Posted one assist on 12/18/11 vs. Norfolk…Tallied one assist and was plus-1 on 12/28/11 vs. W-B/Scranton…Posted one goal on 1/7/12 vs. Adirondack…Scored the game-winning goal and was plus-1 on 1/12/12 at Charlotte…Scored one goal on 1/21/12 vs. Manchester…Picked up one assist and was plus-1 on 2/4/12 vs. Connecticut…Registered one assist and was plus-1 on 2/5/12 vs. WB/Scranton…Posted one assist and was plus-2 on 2/12/12 vs. WB/Scranton…Scored a power-play goal on 2/23/12 at Lake Erie…Scored a power-play goal on 2/29/12 at Norfolk…Picked up one assist on 3/4/12 vs. Springfield…Notched one assist and scored the shootout winner on 3/17/12 vs. Albany…Scored two goals and was plus-1 on 3/18/12 at Albany…Scored a shorthanded goal on 3/21/12 vs. St. John's…Picked up two assists and a plus-2 rating on 3/28/12 at Binghamton…Registered one assist and was plus-1 on 4/6/12 at WB/Scranton…Picked up one assist on 4/7/12 vs. Syracuse.
2010-11: Scored his first goal of the season 10/22/10 at WB/Scranton…Scored two goals, including the overtime game-winner, and was named the game's number one star 10/29/10 at Syracuse…Scored goal 11/12/10 vs. Toronto…Scored goal 11/19/10 Binghamton…Scored two goals and was named the game's number two star 11/27/10 vs. Adirondack...Picked up two assists 1/21/11 vs. Albany…Scored goal, assisted on another, and was named game's number one star 2/6/11 vs. Manitoba…Recorded assist, scored shootout game-winner and was named game's number one star 2/9/11 at Manchester…Scored two goals 2/11/11 at Providence…Scored two goals and was named game's number one star 2/19/11 vs. Bridgeport…Scored two goals and was named the game's number one star 2/26/11 vs. Albany…Scored goal 3/6/11 vs. WB/Scranton…Scored two goals to tie his career best of 24 in a single season 3/26/11 vs. Albany…Scored a goal 4/14/11 in Game 1 of the East Division Semi-Finals vs. Charlotte.
2009-10: Won his second Calder Cup in a Hershey uniform and his third of his career…Served as assistant captain during the season, and also established a new career-high in goals scored with 24…Played in three games for Washington (NHL)…Scored two goals 11/27/09 at Adirondack against his former team…Picked up two more goals 11/29/09 vs. WB/Scranton…Scored game-winning goal and added an assist 1/31/10 vs. Binghamton…Scored two goals 3/7/10 vs. Adirondack…Notched goal and assist 3/19/10 vs. Albany…Picked up goal and assist 4/3/10 vs. Syracuse…Scored overtime game-winning goal in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals against Manchester, lifting Hershey into the 2010 Calder Cup Finals…The goal marked only the second time in Giant Center history that a playoff series ended on an overtime goal (Eric Fehr, 2006 Eastern Conference Finals vs. Portland).
CAREER: Captain of the Philadelphia Phantoms, dating back to 2004-05 season and won a Cup with Philadelphia in 2005…Jeff Carter and Mike Richards were among Kane's teammates that season…Captain of 2005-06 Hershey Bears, winning the Calder Cup that season….Returned to Philadelphia and would see action in 16 games for the Flyers from 2006-2009…Has played in 31 NHL games heading into 2010-11…One of only two players in AHL history to captain back-to-back Calder Cups with two different teams (Hershey's Dave Fenvyes is the other, 1987 Rochester and 1988 Hershey).