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08:21 AM ET 05.30 | At long last, Chicago has gone on the record with a comment about Patrick Kane and his unfortunate weekend adventure at the Mifflin Street Block Party. Hawks general manager Stan Bowman said the club was "disappointed" by photos that emerged of the star forward partying in Madison, Wis., earlier this month -- in what the team at least hopes to be its first and last public comments about the situation. "Obviously, we're aware of that situation and we followed it closely," Bowman said. ... "We discussed it with Patrick. We've handled that internally. We're obviously disappointed with how it played out and Patrick is aware of that fact. At this point, it's a private matter. Out of respect for Patrick, we're not going to comment further."

Chicago Tribune

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May 30, 2012  08:56 AM ET

Kane is a punk.

May 30, 2012  09:00 AM ET

a young, spoiled, rich athelete acting like an idiot?

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May 30, 2012  09:12 AM ET
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We finally have the start of the SCF's on tap for tonight and the closest thing we get to a relevant topic is Wayne Gretzki saying he regrets not winning it all with Los Angeles?We might as well just start talking about Toronto again.

You never really can stop talking about Toronto the franchise provides such quality reading material

May 30, 2012  09:34 AM ET

What did he do?

May 30, 2012  09:36 AM ET
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Why comment at all?

Bingo!

May 30, 2012  09:36 AM ET
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Sorry Spiny, I couldn't help myself.

no worries...it';s not like he was being Tim Thomas or anything. he beats up cab drivers at least...thoigh I think if he tried that with Thomas' cab driver he (Kane) would get his bell rung

May 30, 2012  09:57 AM ET

So he drinks in the off-season. Wow, let's get him help now. This is definately the first NHL player to have some beers.

May 30, 2012  10:10 AM ET
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So he drinks in the off-season. Wow, let's get him help now. This is definately the first NHL player to have some beers.

and certainly one of the first outside of Philly. (tweak)

May 30, 2012  10:17 AM ET
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So he drinks in the off-season. Wow, let's get him help now. This is definately the first NHL player to have some beers.

Have you seen the pictures? From getting ridiculously drunk to having random women taking pictures of him in bed, this guy is a ticking time bomb. The guy is extremely talented yet he acts like an unknown Joe.

May 30, 2012  10:18 AM ET
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Why comment at all?

They're pissed he can't hold his booze.

May 30, 2012  10:20 AM ET
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So he drinks in the off-season. Wow, let's get him help now. This is definately the first NHL player to have some beers.

Exactly !!!!! I hope the Hawks sent him to bed without any dinner also. How long is he grounded for Dad ?

May 30, 2012  10:21 AM ET
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Have you seen the pictures? From getting ridiculously drunk to having random women taking pictures of him in bed, this guy is a ticking time bomb. The guy is extremely talented yet he acts like an unknown Joe.

Yes, I have seen the pictures. This is a young 20 something year old millionaire who doesn't have work for a few months. So he is drinking and hooking up with girls. And this is different hten other 20 somethings how and why? Jeez, people drink, he drinks.

May 30, 2012  10:22 AM ET
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Exactly !!!!! I hope the Hawks sent him to bed without any dinner also. How long is he grounded for Dad ?

Make him sweep the basement

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May 30, 2012  10:42 AM ET
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Bingo!

That was last night Slappy. :0)

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