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Patrick Kane's Game-Winning Goal as Called By Jim Ross

Using former WWE announcer Jim Ross’s soundbytes over current sports highlights has been a glorious meme on the Internet lately, but while almost all memes up to this point has used a specific clip from Undertaker and Mankind’s Hell in a Cell match at King of the Ring 1998, a fan made good use of another JR clip for the Blackhawk’s Patrick Kane’s game-winning goal in overtime last night. Brilliant.

During the post-game press conference, Kane was asked if the game-winning goal was his first by an obviously clueless reporter (Kane has had multiple, including one that won the Stanley Cup in 2010 and a western conference series winner last year).

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Kane was polite, responding with, "I’m going to have to check that. I think I’ve got a couple."

What Kane should have done was channel The Rock whenever he was asked a stupid question by reporters.

If you enjoyed this, you'll most definitely like Ross's call of T.J. Oshie's shootout-winning goal in Sochi.

[h/t Awful Announcing]

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