I'm not sure what your point is in regards to my post. I wasn't questioning Kane's skill. He takes the rules to the limit and uses his skill to score.
When in a hockey game would you be able to come to an almost complete stop for that much time to make that many moves? Never. Someone would bury you.
My point was using an artificially constructed event to decide a hockey game, and Kane's near stops highlights the absurdity of it.
I guess it depends on if you like the shootout or not. I like them. I am assuming you don't like them by your statement.
I would much rather have a game ending with a winner/loser in a shootout than a tie. I thought the amount of ties in hockey before the shootout were absurd.