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Hockey player Evander Kane finds himself at the heart of a National Hockey League (NHL) investigation for a possible violation of his protocol on COVID-19. & nbsp;
Sportsnet reporter Elliotte Friedman said Wednesday, the Bettman Tour has informed all of its teams that it has initiated further research into a forward trip. The latter would have left the United States for Canada on December 29, he who tested positive for the coronavirus eight days previously. & Nbsp;
In their press release confirming the termination of their contract with Kane, the San Jose Sharks had specified that he was sent to the siding due to non-compliance with American Hockey League rules regarding COVID- 19. Waived in November, he was unclaimed and reported to the San Jose Barracuda.
The delay in completing league information gathering will make life more difficult for Kane, Friedman said. The other NHL clubs will obviously want to wait for the rest of the case before hiring the player who amassed 49 points in 56 games with the Sharks during the last campaign.
Tuesday, the general manager of the Oilers of Edmonton's Ken Holland admitted talking to the athlete's agent. The day before, Sportsnet reported that the Players' Association filed a grievance opposing the end of the Kane-Sharks deal.
Earlier in 2021-2022, the skater was fined a 21-game suspension for violating NHL protocol by providing false proof of vaccination.