CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Kane is showing no sign of slowing down in his 14th season. It helps that the team is off to a surprising start. Led by Kane, still as dynamic as ever at age 32, the surprising Blackhawks head into a challenging stretch of their schedule with some momentum after a 9-3-1 February. Kane scored his 400th career regular-season goal during Sunday night’s 7-2 victory over Detroit. He has eight goals and 19 assists in his past 15 games, inserting himself into the conversation for a second Hart Trophy for NHL MVP.