Patrick Kane and a picture of the fight between Detroit Red Wings teammates Lucas Raymond and Ben Chiarot at practice.
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Patrick Kane Makes Shocking Statement on the Fight That Broke Out Between His Teammates at Practice

Published March 14, 2024 at 10:58

The Detroit Red Wings have lost their last six games, pushing them out of the playoffs. In the lockeroom, frustration reached a new level. At yesterday's practice, two teammates, Ben Chiarot and Lucas Raymond go into a little scuffle.

If you missed it, here's how it went down:

Patrick Kane shared his thoughts on that incident and the current mindset within the team amid their tough streak.

Patrick Kane on Teammates' Fight: "I don't think it's a bad thing"


With his XX seasons in the NHL, Patrick Kane has a lot of experience. He brings a lot of maturity and leadership to the lockeroom.

In a recent interview, he shared his thoughts on the Chiarot Vs. Raymond fight.

Here's what he said:

"I don't think it's a bad thing. I'd be more worried if we were walking around here all smiles, happy and everything's okay. I think it's good to get a little frustrated as long as you harness it in the right way. Frustration can create a lot of positive energy as well, whether it's practicing like you play, or just playing harder tomorrow."

The Wings will need that positive energy to make it to the playoffs. The odds of seeing Detroit in the playoffs greatly diminished in the past weeks. According to a new report, they have only a 19.2% chance of making it.

If someone can turn things around, it's Patrick Kane. He has 32 points in 34 games this season. At 35 years old, it's very impressive.

We'll see how the team reacts after that whole story. They could end their losing streak tonight, as they face the Arizona Coyotes.

Do you think the Red Wings will win against the Coyotes tonight?

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