Kane's flashy skills and postseason success have made one of the NHL's most recognizable stars, but he also has generated his share of negative headlines over the years. nhl jerseys for cheap He was arrested after an altercation with a cab driver in Buffalo in the summer of 2009. A few years later, photos posted on the Internet showed him partying in Madison, Wisconsin.
The decision to allow him to report to training camp was met with some pointed criticism for a franchise cheap nhl jerseys free shipping long regarded cheap nhl jerseys for sale as one of the smartest organizations in sports.
''We recognize that Patrick Kane is dealing with a very serious situation,'' McDonough said. ''Based on our discussions with his legal representatives who nhl hockey jerseys cheap are very close to this matter, we have decided to have Patrick join us for training camp here at the University of Notre Dame.''
Asked if the team had talked to law cheapest nhl jerseys enforcement or the accuser's attorney, McDonough said he didn't know who else they had contacted.
''I would imagine it's been thorough and comprehensive. But I do know we were in touch with them,'' he said, referring to Kane's representatives.
A message was left Thursday seeking comment from Erie County district attorney Frank nhl cheap jerseys Sedita.
Kane, who turns 27 in November, was playing at cheap nhl jerseys an MVP-caliber level last season before breaking his collarbone in February. But the No. 1 overall pick in the 2007 draft returned in time for the playoffs, helping the Blackhawks to their third Stanley Cup title in six seasons.
Kane's day with the Stanley Cup was Aug. 8, but he called off a public display of the iconic trophy because of the investigation and instead spent the day with his family and friends.
''I will say this hasn't been an easy situation for any of us to deal with,'' McDonough said. ''It's been a challenging summer. This has weighed on all of us. We're doing the best we can within the framework of what we can talk about today.''
It was just 15 months ago when McDonough joined Kane and captain Jonathan Toews for a news conference announcing twin $84 million, eight-year contract extensions for the high-scoring forwards. The contracts kick in this year, contributing to a salary cap crunch for Chicago that led to the departure of several key veterans over the summer.