Chicago Blackhawks’ Patrick Kane, Joe Thornton face off for the Stanley Cup title

Chicago Blackhawks captain Patrick Kane is in the midst of his fourth NHL All-Star Game and he’s already having his fun.

During a game Friday, Kane got a little too close to the glass and landed on his head.

He landed on the ice with his head between the boards.

He then walked to the bench to get help, but he could barely move.

Kane eventually limped to the locker room.

Kane and Thornton are on a streak of three straight All-Stars.

Kane, 23, is on a career-best 14 goals and has eight assists.

He has 17 points (five goals, 10 assists) in 26 games.

Patrick Kane has three goals and five assists in his past three games.

He had eight assists in seven games before Friday’s game against the Tampa Bay Lightning.

The Chicago Blackhawks have won six of seven to advance to the Stanley, which will be played Sunday.