No Ovechkin? No problem. In the absence of one of the NHL's most prolific goal scorers--and showmen--in Alex Ovechkin, Chicago's Patrick Kane stepped up to the stage as the perfect fill-in.
During the AllState Insurance NHL Breakaway Challenge, Kane was super.
Take a look for yourself:
Kane told NHL.com's Dave Lozo his Superman act was inspired by the NBA's Dwight Howard, who performed a similar act during 2008's NBA Slam Dunk Contest.
He wasn't finished after the sliding shot, however. Kane had to flex his super muscles before the night was over, right?
Kane gave an encore performance, "shattering" a puck as he used his super-strength. Unfortunately for Clark Kent Patrick Kane, accuracy wasn't one of his super-attributes, as all four of the previously glued pieces of the puck went everywhere--besides the net.