FBI in Chicago offers to help with search for Blackhawks’ Stanley Cup-winning puck

CHICAGO – The puck Blackhawks all-star Patrick Kane scored for the winning goal in the Stanley Cup last year is missing and the FBI has offered to help a Chicago businessman try to find it.

Kane scored in overtime to beat the Flyers in Game 6 at Philadelphia in June. The puck has been missing ever since.

Chicago FBI spokesman Ross Rice told The Chicago Tribune that the bureau is helping with the search.

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“The people who are doing this are doing it on their own time,” he told the newspaper. “They feel they are a part of history.”

The paper reported that local restaurateur Grant DePorter, CEO of Harry Caray’s, offered a US$50,000 reward for the puck and has been leading the efforts to find it.