Kane has served his two-game suspension and will return on Saturday.
Kane was suspended for two games for his hit on the Ducks’ defenseman Clayton Stoner. He will return tomorrow vs. the Ducks, where Stoner could be waiting for retribution. Kane has 10 points (4G / 6A) in 20 games this season.
The NHL suspended Evander Kane for two games on Monday.
Kane hit Clayton Stoner from behind on Sunday and was given a game misconduct. On Monday the league decided to suspend Kane for two games for the illegal hit from behind. He will miss Tuesday and Thursday’s games but is eligible to return on Saturday vs. the Ducks.
Kane (knee) confirms he will play vs. the Devils tonight.
Kane has been out since the season opener with a knee injury that he suffered in the first few shifts of the game. He will skate with Mark Scheifele and Blake Wheeler tonight against New Jersey team he has 11 points against in his career.
Kane is on the ice for the Jets morning skate and participating in regular line rushes with Mark Scheifele and Blake Wheeler, which is a good sign that Kane will return to the Jets lineup tonight. Expect confirmation following the morning skate.
Kane (knee) was on the ice with the Jets on Monday.
Kane started skating by himself on Friday and was on the ice with his teammates this morning. Kane has missed seven games with a knee injury he suffered in the regular season opener. He has reportedly been progressing well, but likely won't be available tomorrow, but Thursday seems like a real possibility.
Kane (knee) is skating on his own at the MTS Centre.
Kane is skating without equipment testing his injured knee. The Jets announced on Thursday that Kane is progressing well and was expected to skate over the weekend, but he is on the ice this afternoon, which is a great sign in his recovery.
Kane has been out since the season opener when he suffered a leg injury after playing just 1:24. The Jets announced Thursday that Kane is progressing well and are expecting him to start skating this weekend. The original timetable was "at least two week" and today marks the two-week point. The Jets could definitely use him back in the lineup but he is still at least one week away.
The Jets originally announced that he will miss at least two games, but now they will reevaluate him in two weeks and see where he is at. Head coach Paul Maurice felt like this was good news considering how serious they thought the injury originally was. Expect Dustin Byfuglien to continue to play a bigger role in Kane's absence.
Kane (leg) will miss the Jets' two weekend games at least.
Kane was injured in his third shift on Thursday night after a collision with linemate Mark Scheifele. Kane underwent an MRI today, but there is no report as to exactly how long he will be out. The fact that they are only ruling him out for two games is an encouraging sign that the injury is not crazy serious, but expect the Jets to release a timetable over the weekend--they likely need to see how his knee responds, before they have a true idea of the severity.
Kane (lower-body) left Thursday's game and will not return.
Kane last just thee shifts in the Jets season opener vs. the Coyotes. He totalled just 1:24 of ice-time before retiring to the dressing room for the night. Kane missed 18 games with a variety of injuries last season; one of which was a hand infection that cost him six games. Winnipeg is back in action on Saturday, expect an update on Kane on Friday morning.
Kane served as a healthy scratch on Saturday night, but will be back in the Jets' lineup tonight vs. Minnesota. Kane has not scored a goal in his last seven games, but will look to finish the season strong; starting tonight.
Kane was one of the last players off of the ice at the Jets' morning skate which suggests that he will be a healthy scratch tonight vs. the Maple Leafs. Kane has two goals and five assists in his last 10 games. This could be fallout from the assault accusations that were slapped on him during the week.
Kane has been accused of an assault that allegedly occurred in Vancouver last summer.
A Vancouver-area resident, is seeking unspecified financial damages in a statement of claim filed last week in the Supreme Court of British Columbia. He alleges he was jumped by Kane one evening last August as he was walking home from a bar where he was working in promotions. He claims he suffered a concussion and numerous injuries to his head, neck, back, shoulders, chest, ribs and leg that are causing ongoing headaches, dizziness, nausea, fatigue and insomnia as a result.
Kane (hand) will be back in the Jets lineup on Thursday.
Kane has missed the last six games with an infected hand, but will play on Thursday. Kane has only played in four of the last 14 games, he recorded one goal and three assists in those four games. Injuries have limited Kane to 42 games this season, but while in the lineup he has recorded 15 goals and 14 assists (29 points) in 42 games.