Pushed to the edge of elimination, the Blackhawks haven’t gotten much from their best goalscorers—and the Blues have. Patrick Kane, the NHL’s regular-season points leader, hadn’t found the back of the net through the first four games. Or through three periods of last night’s game. Or in the first overtime.
Well, this is a hell of a statement. The NHL has concluded its investigation into sexual assault claims against Blackhawks star Patrick Kane made in August, and the league’s release doesn’t merely say that Kane won’t be disciplined. It goes even further than law enforcement, which declined to prosecute, and declares…
Over the weekend, the Buffalo News reported that it appeared unlikely that the rape accusation against Blackhawks star Patrick Kane would go before a grand jury, let alone result in criminal charges. Now we know why: Kane’s accuser has reportedly told prosecutors she no longer wants to cooperate with the case.
Three months ago, a Buffalo woman accused Patrick Kane of raping her at his home in nearby Hamburg, N.Y. The investigation revealed that a Buffalo PD officer served as Kane’s chauffeur the night of the alleged rape, involved a rape kit that might have been tampered with but was found to be a hoax perpetrated by the…
Blackhawks winger Patrick Kane was accused of rape in August, and the investigation is still ongoing. In the meantime, Flyers fans at Wednesday night’s game made sure Kane remembered what happened in his offseason.
A story that has never been anything but bizarre gets even stranger. On Wednesday, the lawyer of the woman who accused Blackhawks star Patrick Kane of rape claimed someone had left an opened evidence bag at the accuser’s mother’s house. Yesterday, the woman’s lawyer resigned, saying he no longer had confidence in that…
The lawyer for the woman accusing Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Kane of rape withdrew from the case today, stating he feels he “can no longer effectively represent her.”
Thomas Eoannou, the attorney for the woman accusing Patrick Kane of rape, held a press conference today and claimed that the rape kit, which had reportedly shown no signs of Kane’s DNA on the woman’s genital area or underwear, was tampered with. Eoannou discovered this because the rape kit’s evidence bag was left…
Patrick Kane, under investigation for an alleged rape at his house in Hamburg, N.Y. in August, was in attendance for the beginning of Blackhawks training camp today. The winger allowed questions, but didn’t answer anything worth answering.
A 23-person grand jury was to begin hearing the case of Patrick Kane today, to decide whether to indict the Blackhawks star on sexual assault allegations. That hearing has been postponed, the Buffalo News reports, with two sources telling the paper that attorneys for Kane and his accuser may be discussing a settlement.
Hamburg (N.Y.) police and the D.A.’s office have met with Patrick Kane and his attorney as they investigate a rape accusation against the Blackhawks star.
Patrick Kane’s attorney Paul Cambria felt compelled today to reply to a Facebook post about the news that an off-duty Buffalo cop served as Patrick Kane’s driver the night he allegedly raped a woman at his home. The thread’s on the private Facebook page of Buffalo-based blogger Alan Bedenko; a reader forwarded us…
According to a report from The Buffalo News, Thomas English—a police lieutenant with the city of Buffalo—drove Patrick Kane, his alleged rape victim, and two other people from SkyBar in downtown Buffalo out to Kane’s home in Hamburg early on August 2, the night of the alleged rape. The News also reports that English…
According to a report in today’s Buffalo News—and apparently contradicting the bar owner’s previous account—the woman who accused Patrick Kane of overpowering and raping her at his Buffalo-area home did not want to leave the bar with him to go to his house, but instead went along with a friend who did.
Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews were to share the cover of EA Sports’s NHL 16. But with Kane the subject of a rape investigation, EA Sports has decided to drop Kane.
Saturday was Patrick Kane’s scheduled day with the Stanley Cup. He had planned to bring it to Sky Bar, a downtown Buffalo rooftop club, to celebrate. Those plans changed when Kane became the subject of a rape investigation, accused by a woman he reportedly met at Sky Bar the week before.
Cops and prosecutors remain tight-lipped, but more details have emerged concerning the sexual assault allegations lodged against Blackhawks star Patrick Kane following an alleged incident over the weekend.
The Buffalo News reports that Hamburg, N.Y., police are investigating some sort of incident, and two sources tell the paper that incident involved Blackhawks star Patrick Kane. And that’s literally all we know right now. (See updates below.)
You should never make fun of people for singing karaoke poorly, because the whole point of karaoke is to get drunk and yell and cause ruckus. But I think it’s okay to poke fun at Chicago Blackhawks party boy Patrick Kane, who does something delightfully stupid at about the two-minute mark of this clip.