"You have to be confident in your abilities at this stage," he said. "I feel I've had a pretty good season to date and can do some more out there, too. It's always nice when you feel like you're getting a few chances, but you always feel like you can do more." Kane concluded the Western Conference Finals with four goals in two games, but has just one assist in three contests versus Boston in the Stanley Cup Finals. He is expected to start Wednesday's game alongside Jonathan Toews and Bryan Bickell in an effort to spark the Blackhawks' offense.