Good Afternoon! I hope you’re enjoying your Friday. Here are few of the headlines making the news in the hockey world today.
This is what you we already know; Chicago Blackhawks All-Pro forward Patrick Kane is making the news, and not in a good way. According to the Buffalo News, Kane is the subject of an investigation for an incident that occurred at his residence last weekend. Details of the event have been slow to emerge.
As with any criminal investigation, a subject is assumed innocent until proven guilty. I would caution anyone jumping to hasty conclusions until we have more information.
In other news, Auston Matthews has decided where he’s going to play this season. The Young Phenom has signed a contract with the ZSC Lions in Switzerland. [CBS Sports]
If must be the offseason, the hockey pundits are predicting who’s on thin ice: Five NHL coaches on hot seat heading into season [Sportsnet.CA]
Here are a few of the stories making the news:
Patrick Kane News
Police investigating alleged incident at Patrick Kane’s house [ESPN.COM]
Baffoe: Patrick Kane Is Not Your Friend [CBS News]
Police Remain Tight-Lipped On Patrick Kane Investigation [CBS News]
The Bernstein Brief: Kane Story Difficult To Cover [CBS News]
Hamburg Police chief: We are investigating incident at Patrick Kane home [Chicago Sun-Times]
Report: Blackhawks’ Patrick Kane subject of police investigation [CBS Sports]