The soap opera that the Patrick Kane case has become took another ridiculous turn on Thursday night.
In the blink of an eye, Patrick Kane is on a 100-point pace again.
All it took was putting up seven points in his last three games, including a four-point performance in Thursday’s 4-1 win over the Jets.
Kane ‘s goal and three assists gave him his 11th four-point game since the start of the 2015-16 season. Over the first eight seasons of his career, he had just one four-point game.
Also, with just a few games remaining in the 2010s, Kane also increased the chances he’ll finish with the most point among all players this decade.
In the first two games, Nylander had an assist and one shot on goal each game. Not terrible but also not an indication he’s taking advantage of who he’s playing with.
Thursday’s game against the Jets was different. Nylander seemed to make sure he benefitted from playing with Kane. He had three shots on net and had a goal and an assist for his second two-point game of the season and third of his career.
Thomas J. Eoannou, the lawyer for the accuser in Patrick Kane’s sexual assault investigation, held a press conference to announce he was stepping away from the case, so they need to get other law resources to help in this case, check it out to learn more about this here.
Eoannou indicated he lacks the confidence in the story that was told to him regarding the alleged evidence bag he presented on Wednesday. He said he has a “moral obligation” to withdraw from the case moving forward.