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Report: After ‘alleged incident’ at a Buffalo bar, two crime reports have been filed against Evander Kane

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HOLLYWOOD, CA - AUGUST 20: NHL player Evander Kane attends the premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures’ “We Are Your Friends” at TCL Chinese Theatre on August 20, 2015 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

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A couple of hours before Buffalo will host the 2016 NHL Draft and Sabres forward Evander Kane is in the news again for the wrong reasons.

From WIVB in Buffalo:

Sources have confirmed to News 4 that two crime reports have been filed against Sabres’ left winger Evander Kane.

The crime reports relate to an alleged incident following Kane’s appearance at a Buffalo bar called Bottom’s Up on Chippewa Street on Thursday night.

Witnesses who called News 4 say Kane had been ejected from the bar that night. It’s not yet clear what crimes Kane is accused of committing.

The Sabres have yet to comment.

Earlier this year, Kane, 24, was cleared after an investigation into a sexual encounter he’d had in December in Buffalo. He insisted when that investigation became public that he’d “done nothing wrong.”

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