Noah Kane: The first Captain

99 spotlight, Year in Review
April 22, 2020
Noah races to a lose puck at the Androscoggin Bank Colisèe in Lewiston
Noah races to a lose puck at the Androscoggin Bank Colisèe in Lewiston

Noah was our first player in history to wear the “ C “ and lead our team in scoring all season long

Noah was the first Captain in Maine Nordiques history and he lead our team on the ice in scoring and off the ice all season long.

Noah Kane’s presence on the ice was always noted, playing on our top line, Noah’s skills were unmatched on the ice, his 64 points gave him the Maine Nordiques scoring title. Noah had 20 goals, and 44 assist this season, good for 2nd in the entire NAHL.

Noah was also named to the top prospects tournament along with his first line mate Cannon Green. Kane impressed the scouts and Nordique Nation when he tallied 2 points in the 2 games he played with a goal and an assist.

Noah was loved by the community as he never turned down a conversation with fans, billet families, and team staff. During the post-game skates Noah would always go out his way to assist fans who needed a little help with their balance on the ice. Noah’s cousin is the all-star NHL’er Patrick Kane but Noah made his own name be noticed with his speed, fancy dekes, and a lightning-fast wrist shot that made any goalie nervous and found the back of the net often.

Noah’s leadership on the ice was also on display this season as he always calmed down his teammates when they faced a risky situation and celebrated hard after a big goal. Noah earned the “ C “ and showed all season long why he deserved to wear it.

We wish Noah the best of luck in the fall at Mercyhurst University and thank him for all he did for this organization

throws on the breaks before slipping one home in a sweep against an Alaskan rival