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Apparently Dustin Byfuglien Threw Evander Kane's Track Suit In The Shower And Then Kane Just Skipped The Game

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Sportnet CA - Evander Kane failed to show up in time for Winnipeg’s game in Vancouver earlier this week following an incident with Dustin Byfuglien and other teammates, Sportsnet has learned. It was previously believed the Jets had made Kane a scratch for the game in his hometown. Following the 3-2 overtime loss on Tuesday, Paul Maurice termed it a “coach’s decision.” However, multiple sources familiar with the situation have since indicated that Kane was not on the team’s bus to Rogers Arena and then missed a pre-game meeting. Repeated attempts to reach him were unsuccessful until approximately an hour before puck drop, when Kane answered his cellphone and said he wouldn’t be playing against the Canucks that night. Kane wore a track suit when the Jets players gathered that morning — a violation of team policy. Following a brief workout and stretch, Byfuglien is said to have thrown those clothes into the shower to send a message to his teammate, according to sources.

 

Well that is awkward. Do NOT wear a track suit on Dustin Byfuglien’s watch, no siree. Eat 100 donuts, fine. Wear sweats, get the fuck out. Talk about passive aggressive city from Byfuglien. Fuck having a team meeting, fuck talking to Kane one on one; nope, those sweats are taking a bath. And Evander Kane handled it how any professional athlete/reasonable adult would, just skipping the game altogether and not answering his phone. Way to take a stand bro. Really showed the team. So weird. Acted like a child because his sweat suit, that he wasn’t supposed to wear in the first place, got wet. Both Buff and Kane (that sounds like an awesome wrestling tag team) handled this situation so hilariously poorly. But at the same time obviously everyone is tired of Kane’s shit and he wants nothing to with playing for the Jets anymore. A change of scenery is going to do wonders for him.
 

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