Patrick Kane Net Worth 2024, Biography, Age, Height

By Alice Moreno

Patrick Kane, whose full name is Patrick Timothy Kane II, is also known by the nickname “Showtime”. He was born on November 19, 1988, in Buffalo, New York, U.S. This makes him 34 years old. He stands 178 cm (5 ft 10 in) tall and weighs 177 lb (80 kg).

Kane is a professional ice hockey player from America. He plays as a right-wing and shoots with his left. The Chicago Blackhawks drafted him 1st overall in 2007. He wears the jersey number 88. In his career, he played 1180 games, scored 451 goals, and made 786 assists. This totals 1237 points.

Patrick Kane’s net worth is $28 million, and his career earnings amount to $115,637,195. He has a salary of $10,500,000. Kane endorses brands like Chevrolet Cars, Bauer, McDonald’s, and Gatorade.

Patrick Kane’s father is Patrick Kane, Sr., and his mother is Donna Kane. He has three sisters: Erica, Jessica, and Jacqueline. He isn’t married but has a girlfriend, Amanda Grahovec. Together, they have one child.

Quick Facts About Patrick Kane

NamePatrick Kane
Real NamePatrick Timothy Kane Ii
NicknameShowtime
Birthday/AgeNovember 19, 1988 (Age 34)
Weight177 Lb(80 Kg)
Height178 Cm(5 Ft 10 In)
BirthplaceBuffalo, New York, U.S.
ResidenceHamburg, New York
ProfessionAmerican Professional Ice Hockey Player
PositionRight Wing
ShootsLeft
Draft1st Overall, 2007
Draft TeamChicago Blackhawks
Jersey Number88
Gp1180
G451
A786
Pts1237
+/-21
Ps138.2
Net Worth$28 Million
Career Earnings$115,637,195
Salary$10,500,000
EndorsementsChеvrolеt Cars, Bauer, Mcdonald’s And Gatoradе
FatherPatrick Kane, Sr.
MotherDonna Kane
SiblingsErica, Jessica, And Jacqueline
Marital StatusUnmarried
GirlfriendAmanda Grahovec
Children1

Patrick Kane Biography

Patrick Timothy Kane II was born on November 19, 1988. He is an American professional ice hockey right winger. He is currently an unrestricted free agent. Previously, he played for the New York Rangers in the NHL. In 2007, the Chicago Blackhawks chose him as the first pick in the NHL Entry Draft.

Kane has played for the United States in the 2010 and 2014 Winter Olympics. He has won three Stanley Cups with the Blackhawks in 2010, 2013, and 2015. In 2013, he was named the most valuable player of the playoffs. In the 2015-16 NHL season, he received two awards: the Hart Memorial Trophy and the Art Ross Trophy. He made history as the first American-born player to win both trophies.

In 2017, Kane was listed among the 100 Greatest NHL Players. By January 19, 2020, he had achieved another milestone: he became the youngest U.S. player with 1,000 career regular-season points.

Patrick Kane Net Worth

Patrick Kane Net Worth

Patrick Kane has a net worth of $28 million. Over his career, he has earned a total of $115,637,195. His salary is $10,500,000 per year.

He made a deal with the Chicago Blackhawks for eight years. The contract is worth $84,000,000. This contract includes a $44,000,000 signing bonus. 

The entire $84,000,000 is guaranteed. His yearly average from this contract is $10,500,000

Estimated Career Earnings

YEARTEAMAWARDSSALARYSIGNING BONUSINCENTIVETOTAL CASH
2007-2008Chicago Blackhawks$875,000$875,000
2008-2009$875,000$875,000
2009-2010$875,000$875,000
2010-2011$5,000,000$1,500,000$6,500,000
2011-2012$6,000,000$6,000,000
2012-2013$3,512,195$3,512,195
2013-2014$6,500,000$6,500,000
2014-2015$6,500,000$6,500,000
2015-2016$6,800,000$7,000,000$13,800,000
2016-2017$7,800,000$6,000,000$13,800,000
2017-2018$7,800,000$6,000,000$13,800,000
2018-2019$6,000,000$6,000,000$12,000,000
2019-2020$3,800,000$6,000,000$9,800,000
2020-2021$2,000,000$5,000,000$7,000,000
2021-2022$2,900,000$4,000,000$6,900,000
2022-2023New York Rangers$674,068$674,068
2022-2023Chicago Blackhawks$2,225,932$4,000,000$6,225,932
Est. Earnings (16 seasons)$70,137,195$45,500,000$115,637,195

Source: Spotrac-cash-earnings

Patrick Kane Contract Details

YEARTEAMAGESTATUSBASE SALARYSIGNING BONUSCAP HITCAP HIT %YEARLY CASH
2015-16Chicago Blackhawks27No Movement Clause$6,800,000$7,000,000$10,500,00014.68%$13,800,000
2016-1728No Movement Clause$7,800,000$6,000,000$10,500,00014.87%$13,800,000
2017-1829No Movement Clause$7,800,000$6,000,000$10,500,00014.28%$13,800,000
2018-1930No Movement Clause$6,000,000$6,000,000$10,500,00014.21%$12,000,000
2019-2031No Movement Clause$3,800,000$6,000,000$10,500,00013.17%$9,800,000
2020-2132No Movement Clause$2,000,000$5,000,000$10,500,00012.36%$7,000,000
2021-2233No Movement Clause$2,900,000$4,000,000$10,500,00012.93%$6,900,000
2022-23New York Rangers34No Movement Clause$2,900,000$4,000,000$10,500,00012.58%$674,068
2023-2434UFA

Source: Spotrac

Patrick Kane Fines & Suspensions

DATETEAMCATEGORYGAMES SUSP.FORFEITEDREASON
11/29/2017Chicago BlackhawksSlashing$5,000Slashing against NIck Ritchie (ANA)
$5,000

Source: Spotrac-fines

Patrick Kane Early Life

Patrick Kane loved hockey from a young age. His father had season tickets to the Buffalo Sabres. They often went to games together. Once, young Kane was seen in the background of a trading card at a Sabres game. 

His favorite hockey players were Pat Lafontaine and Joe Sakic. Besides hockey, Kane played other sports like baseball, soccer, and basketball in school.

He started playing hockey at age seven. His dad let him practice in their home’s basement. They even had a small rink there with nets and boards. Kane also went to a camp run by Darryl Belfry. He says Belfry helped him improve his game skills.

Patrick Kane played hockey for the Buffalo Saints as a young teen. Donnie Harkness, a coach from Honeybaked 16U AAA, saw his talent. He asked Kane to join his Michigan team. At 14, Kane moved to Detroit to play for Honeybaked in 2003-04. He lived with ex-NHL player Pat Verbeek in Detroit. That season, Honeybaked had a great record. Kane scored 83 goals and had 77 assists.

The London Knights noticed Kane. They chose him in the 2004 OHL Midget Draft. But Kane didn’t join them right away. Instead, he played for the US National Team Development Program (US NTDP) in Michigan. At first, the US NTDP needed to be sure about him because 

he was small. But he proved himself there. He set a scoring record in 2005-06.

In 2006-07, Kane joined the London Knights. He played with NHL forwards Sergei Kostitsyn and Sam Gagner. That season, he played 58 games and scored many points. The Knights did well but lost in the OHL’s Western Conference final. Kane got awards for his great play. He almost broke a rookie record in CHL history. In 2020, the Knights retired his No. 88 jersey.

Patrick Kane Career

Patrick Kane Career

Patrick Kane started his NHL career on October 4, 2007, playing against the Minnesota Wild. Two days later, he got his first assist and shootout goal against the Detroit Red Wings.

His first NHL goal was on October 19 against the Colorado Avalanche. Because of his impressive start, he was named NHL Rookie of the Month in October. He scored five goals and had 11 assists in 12 games.

On December 15, Kane played in Buffalo, his hometown. It was a special game for him. The Buffalo crowd cheered for him, and a ceremony was held.

The Blackhawks lost that game 3-1. Kane scored the only goal for his team. At the end of his first NHL season, he led all rookies in points with 72. 

On June 12, 2008, he won the Calder Memorial Trophy. This award is for the best NHL rookie. He won over his teammates Jonathan Toews and Nicklas Bäckström from the Washington Capitals.

During the 2009-10 NHL season, Patrick Kane scored a personal best of 88 points. This put him ninth in the NHL for scoring. The Blackhawks did really well that season. They were first in their division and second in the Western Conference. This got them to the 2010 Stanley Cup Finals.

On June 9, 2010, a big moment happened. In game six of the Finals, Kane scored a goal in overtime. He shot the puck past the Philadelphia Flyers goalie, Michael Leighton. This goal won the Stanley Cup for the Blackhawks. It was their first win in 49 years. Kane also set a record with this goal. 

He became the youngest player to score a winning goal in overtime in a Stanley Cup game. Before him, the record was held by Bobby Orr in 1970.

In the 2012-13 NHL season, which started in January 2013 due to a lockout, Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews both led the Blackhawks in goals with 23 each. Kane had the most assists (32) and points (55) on the team. During the 2013 playoffs, Kane had a big moment. 

He scored a hat-trick against the Los Angeles Kings. This happened in a double overtime of Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals on June 8, 2013. His goal sent the Blackhawks to the 2013 Stanley Cup Finals. They played against the Boston Bruins.

This was Kane’s second time in the Stanley Cup Finals. He played well. He scored three goals in two games. Because of his great play, he won the 2013 Conn Smythe Trophy. This award is for the best player in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Kane was the first winger to win this award since Claude Lemieux in 1995. He was also the first top draft pick to win since Mario Lemieux in 1992.

In the 2015 playoffs, Patrick Kane performed exceptionally. He scored 11 goals and provided 12 assists. This gave him a total of 23 points. This tied him with Tyler Johnson from the Tampa Bay Lightning, who also had 23 points, making them the highest scorers in the playoffs.

During the 2016-17 NHL season, Patrick Kane and Panarin played well together. Kane ended the season with 89 points. This made him the second-highest scorer in the NHL. He was just behind Connor McDavid and tied with Sidney Crosby. Because of his performance, Kane was chosen for the 2017 NHL All-Star Game, representing the Central Division.

In the 2017 playoffs, the Blackhawks faced challenges. The Nashville Predators defeated them in the first round. In that series, Kane managed to score only one goal and one assist. After the season, Panarin was traded to the Columbus Blue Jackets. In return, the Blackhawks got Brandon Saad. Also, as part of the NHL’s 100th anniversary, Kane was recognized as one of the 100 Greatest NHL Players.

On January 19, 2020, Patrick Kane achieved a big milestone. Playing against the Winnipeg Jets, he earned his 1,000th NHL career point. He did this by assisting on a goal scored by Brandon Saad. This made Kane the fourth player in Blackhawks history to reach 1,000 points. The others are Stan Mikita, Bobby Hull, and Denis Savard.

During that season, the Blackhawks gave Kane a leadership role. They made him an alternate captain. This decision came after Brent Seabrook couldn’t play for the rest of the season because of surgeries.

On February 28, 2023, Patrick Kane’s long 16-year time with the Blackhawks came to an end. He and young player Cooper Zech were traded to the New York Rangers. In return, the Blackhawks got a conditional second-round pick for the 2023 NHL Draft, a fourth-round pick, and defenseman Andy Welinski. To make this trade happen, the Rangers also made a deal with the Arizona Coyotes.

This trade brought Kane back together with Artemi Panarin. Panarin and Kane were teammates with the Blackhawks. Panarin played a big part in Kane’s MVP season in 2015-16.

With the Rangers, Kane scored 12 points in 19 games. In the playoffs, he had one goal and five assists. However, the Rangers were defeated by the New Jersey Devils in seven games. After this loss, it was announced that Kane had hip surgery. He will need 4-6 months to recover.

Patrick Kane Jersey

YearsTeamJersey Number
2007-2023Chicago Blackhawks88
2022-2023New York Rangers88

Patrick Kane Stats

SEASONTEAMGAMESGAPTS#ERROR!SOGPPGPPASHGSHABLOCKSPIMHITTAKEAWAYGIVEAWAYFACE WON
2022NYR73213657-222274180019161331611
2021CHI78266692-192879220026181142494
2020CHI56155166-71913190015141333452
2019CHI7033518482758150019402443411
2018CHI81446611023419210018222142541
2017CHI82274976-202855170014321847337
2016CHI82345589122927160015322849427
2015CHI82466010616287172000213037343711
2014CHI61273764101866160014102236303
2013CHI6527406782139150013221541174
2012CHI45222951713300009810002
2011CHI792141625237000026361900228
2010CHI7125457072110000172816002
2009CHI51203959141620000121014005

Source: Spotrac-stats-valuation

Transactions

DateTransaction
Feb 28 2023Traded to New York (NYR) from Chicago (CHI) as part of a 3-team trade: New York (NYR) traded 2023 2nd round pick, 2025 4th round pick and Andy Welinski to Chicago (CHI); New York (NYR) traded 2025 3rd round pick to Arizona (ARI); Chicago (CHI) traded Cooper Zech to New York (NYR); Arizona (ARI) traded Vili Saarijarvi to Chicago (CHI)
Nov 29 2017Fined $5,000 Slashing against NIck Ritchie (ANA)
Jul 9 2014Signed an 8 year $84 million extension with Chicago (CHI)
Dec 1 2009Signed a 5 year $31.5 million extension with Chicago
Jul 25 2007Signed a 3 year $2.625 million contract with Chicago (CHI)
Jun 22 2007Drafted by Chicago (CHI): Round 1 (#1 overall)

Source: Spotrac-transactions

Patrick Kane Awards, Records, and Honors

AwardsYear
IIHF World U18 Championships All-Star Team2006
World Junior Ice Hockey Championships All-Star Team2007
Calder Memorial Trophy2008
NHL All-Rookie team2008
NHL All-Star Game2009, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020
Stanley Cup champion2010, 2013, 2015
NHL first All-Star team2010, 2016, 2017
Winter Olympics silver medal2010
Conn Smythe Trophy2013
Art Ross Trophy2016
Hart Memorial Trophy2016
Ted Lindsay Award2016
Ice Hockey World Championship MVP2018
NHL second All-Star team2019

Patrick Kane Endorsements

Patrick Kane has several endorsements. He promotes Chevrolet Cars, a well-known car brand. Kane also endorses Bauer, a leading hockey equipment company. He has teamed up with McDonald’s, the global fast-food chain. Also, Kane supports Gatorade, a popular sports drink.

Patrick Kane Family And Personal Life

Patrick Kane’s parents are Patrick Kane, Sr., and Donna Kane. He also has three younger sisters named Erica, Jessica, and Jacqueline.

Kane has had various residences over the years. During the offseason, he stays in Hamburg, New York. He owns a house there by Lake Erie, which he bought in March 2012. When Kane first came to Chicago, he lived with Stan Bowman, who was then an assistant general manager for the Blackhawks. Later, Kane moved to the Trump International Hotel and Tower. He had a two-bedroom condo there, which he got in September 2008. But in the summer of 2016, he put that condo up for sale. In 2023, Kane bought a mansion in Lake Forest, Illinois.

Patrick Kane and his girlfriend, Amanda Grahovec, have a child together. Their son, named Patrick, like his father, was born in November 2020.

Patrick Kane Education

Patrick Kane went to Detroit Country Day School. However, he didn’t finish and left before getting his diploma. His focus on his hockey career likely influenced this decision.

Patrick Kane Philanthropy

Patrick Kane has been involved in charity work. In 2016, he took part in the Denis Savard Charity Golf Tournament. Earlier, in 2012, Kane played in the Champs for Charity ice hockey game. This game raised $323,000. The money went to the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana.

Conclusion

Patrick Kane, born Patrick Timothy Kane II on November 19, 1988, is a renowned American ice hockey player. Known as “Showtime”, he was chosen first by the Chicago Blackhawks in the 2007 draft. Throughout his career, he has played 1180 games, scoring 451 goals and assisting 786 times.

Off the ice, Kane has engaged in endorsements, partnering with brands like Chevrolet, Bauer, McDonald’s, and Gatorade. His net worth stands at $28 million, with career earnings of $115,637,195. He resides in Hamburg, New York, and is in a relationship with Amanda Grahovec, with whom he has a child.

Over the years, Kane has not only made his mark in professional ice hockey but has also been involved in charitable events, showcasing his commitment both on and off the rink.

FAQs

When was Patrick Kane a rookie?

Patrick Kane was a rookie in the NHL during the 2007-2008 season.

Will Patrick Kane be a Hall of Famer?

With his impressive career accomplishments, multiple Stanley Cup victories, individual awards, and significant impact on the game, many analysts and fans believe that he has a very strong case to be inducted into the Hall of Fame once he becomes eligible. The final decision will be made by the Hall of Fame selection committee in the future.

Alice Moreno
About the author

Hi, I'm Alice Moreno. I've been writing about celebrities since 2005. I love sharing stories about famous people and finding out how much they're worth. I studied Journalism and enjoy digging for facts to make sure everything I write is true.

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