San Jose Sharks ahead Evander Kane criticized the NHL division of participant security on Saturday afternoon, shortly after he was suspended three video games for elbowing.
Kane earned the ban for an incident involving Winnipeg defenceman Neal Pionk in Friday’s 3-2 win over the Jets.
The league introduced the punishment early Saturday afternoon and Kane rapidly responded.
He tweeted a prolonged assertion addressing the suspension saying “there’s a main lack of consistency with NHL Division of Participant Security.”
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Kane will forfeit $112,900 US that can go to the Gamers’ Emergency Help Fund as a part of his suspension.