Patrick Kane spins One Direction at Chicago bar

Anyone who has spent any significant time going to hockey games can tell you: The music selection that most NHL arena play nowadays is, for the most part, downright awful.

The only barn to get even the slightest pass is, of course, United Center, who jams as much classic rock, heavy metal, and good ol’ blues into a Chicago Blackhawks game as you could hope or.

“Sweet Home Chicago” as a victory song? You really can’t deny how great it sounds.

One would hope that playing in an atmosphere with such exceptional tuneage would rub off on the players. If this is the case, winger Patrick Kane isn’t one of them.

NBCChicago–and just about every news outlet in the greater area, for that matter–reported this week that that Stanley Cup winning forward was spotted in the DJ booth at Rockit Bar & Grill in Chi-town.

Much to our chagrin, Kane was spinning “Steal My Girl” by One Direction on the turntables. And appearing to really enjoy it.

Like, way more than the crowd was.

Heck, every guy has their secret pop band love. (Admit it, you loved the Hardard baseball teaam’s roadtrip dance to “Call Me Maybe.”)

But–Kane is a 1D guy? This puts all that EDM played during ‘hawks game night warmups to shame.

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