Oilers: Evander Kane makes very shocking allegations
Edmonton Oilers forward Evander Kane has claimed some Los Angeles Kings fans engaged in completely unacceptable behavior during Game 3 of the series between the two teams.
For last Friday's matchup, the skater invited a young fan who suffers from brain cancer to attend the game in California.
“Cecily Rose had a great trip to Los Angeles last last week and created some incredible memories. But, some of his experiences – specifically during Game 3 – weren't,” Kane wrote on his Instagram account on Tuesday.
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“I am disgusted and appalled by what happened to this amazing little girl in the stands and in the women's room where she was harassed for wearing her jersey. A Los Angeles fan spat on him for doing it. This type of behavior is rude and completely unacceptable. For a young girl, especially someone battling brain cancer, to be treated like this is pathetic. Grow up and as this smart young lady always says, BE KIND!”
A Kings fan responded to Kane's “Story's” and his comments are unsettling.
“You maybe you should be nice and not a jerk. We Kings fans hate you. You made us spit on a child, because you're an asshole. Listen to your own advice and be nice.”
– Game 5 of the series between the Oilers and the Kings will be played on Tuesday evening and broadcast on TVA Sports at 9:30 p.m. two formations are tied 2 to 2.