EA Sports drops Patrick Kane from NHL 16 promotional plans

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Source: www.cbc.ca

 

Kane was to be featured on the cover alongside teammate Jonathan Toews, left. The new cover will feature an image of Toews alone hoisting the Stanley Cup. Blackhawks’ star Patrick Kane, right, has been pulled from the cover of EA Sports’ NHL 16 video game after police confirmed last week he is the subject of an investigation.

 

 

  • Hamburg, N.Y., police confirmed the investigation last week, saying it involved an incident that may have happened at Kane’s home outside Buffalo on Aug. 2. Chief Gregory Wickett said police were gathering information and awaiting results of forensic tests.
  • Patrick Kane talks with members of the media on June 17, 2015, during a press conference after winning the Stanley Cup.
  • A person familiar with the investigation told The Associated Press on Monday that it involves something that occurred between the player and a woman in her 20s.

 

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