Evander Kane Under Investigation For Using Fake Vaccine Card Allegations

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An NHL investigation was concluded, which looked into a claim by Evander Kane's ex wife, Deanna, that the star was illegally betting on games

Tough year for NHL player Evander Kane.

Evander Kane has had a pretty wild year, as he’s been in the news for a variety of reasons. The NHL is now looking into the San Jose Sharks player allegedly submitting a fake COVID-19 vaccination card, according to Front Office Sports’ A.J. Perez.

“An investigation of San Jose Sharks forward Evander Kane over allegations he violated the NHL’s COVID-19 protocols centers around a fake vaccination card he allegedly submitted, sources tell Front Office Sports.

Punishments for violating COVID protocols are not specifically spelled out, but the NHL makes it clear that a “lack of compliance will result in significant Club and individual sanctions, including potential forfeiture of games, fines and reimbursements of expenses, loss of draft choices, and/or ineligibility for participation in training activities.”

Beyond possible NHL sanctions, using a fake vaccination card is illegal both in the U.S. and Canada.”

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The NHL declined to comment on the story.

Kane has missed all five of the Sharks’ preseason games and his status for the team’s regular-season opener on Oct. 16th against the Winnipeg Jets is uncertain.

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