NHL closes review of Patrick Kane, calls allegations ‘unfounded’

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Just over 4 months after an Erie County prosecutor sealed a passionate attack examination into Blackhawks winger Patrick Kane but any charges filed opposite Kane, a NHL resolved a apart examination of a matter and resolved a allegations against Kane were “unfounded.”

According to a matter a joining expelled Wednesday, Kane met with Commissioner Gary Bettman on Monday in New York and will face no punishment from a league.

“The National Hockey League announced (Wednesday) that it has finished a eccentric examination of a Patrick Kane matter, a final theatre of that enclosed an in-person assembly between Kane and Commissioner Gary Bettman in New York on Monday, Mar 7,” a matter said. “Based on its review, including a integrity done by a Erie County District Attorney not to pursue charges, a NHL has resolved that a allegations made opposite Kane were unfounded. The League considers a matter closed and will have no serve comment.”

Following a 3 month investigation, Erie County prosecutor Frank Sedita III pronounced he would not record chages opposite Kane after a lady claimed Kane intimately assaulted her during his home in western New York on Aug. 1. At a time, Sedita pronounced he beheld problems with a allegations and pronounced “this supposed ‘case’ is abundant with reasonable doubt.” 

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