NHL: Patrick Kane will remain at camp

SHARE NHL: Patrick Kane will remain at camp
SHARE NHL: Patrick Kane will remain at camp

After the attorney of Patrick Kane’s accuser said at a news conference Wednesday afternoon that the evidence bag containing the rape kit performed on the woman was tampered with, the NHL swiftly responded with their stance on Kane’s status.

Last Thursday, the Blackhawks held a press conference in South Bend, Ind., that featured Kane and announced that he would participate in the team’s training camp and preseason.

Following Wednesday’s press conference, neither the Blackhawks nor Kane have made an official statement.

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