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Reconstructing Patrick Kane’s Drunken Weekend In Madison, With Eyewitness Testimony


On Monday we showed you photos of a soused Patrick Kane in Madison, Wis., and then we asked you if you knew more about what happened while Kane was there. We had heard some bad stories—that Kane supposedly choked a woman, that Kane supposedly said anti-Semitic things—and we wanted to know if other people had, too.

But what, after all, is boozy truth? The chronologies in our Kane tale do not perfectly cohere, nor do the narratives of the events. But you ignore them at your own peril. Did Kane choke a girl? Is he an anti-Semite? Who knows? Dive in.

Friday night:

"I live in downtown Madison, and I go to the Kollege Klub (nickname "KK") often. The KK is where a lot of the athletes go to drink/pick up chicks. Especially the hockey players, they are there every Friday/Saturday night. Kane was there Friday night as well."

"I was there around 7pm for some afternoon drinking. It wasn't very crowded, but Kane was there. He was sitting on top of the bar in the back corner drinking (very similar to when he visited the Kollege Klub last year and nearly arrived late for the NHL All-Star Game). I then went out to dinner about 2 blocks away, and when I was walking out, I saw Kane, completely wasted, being dragged back to his hotel by two bros. It was roughly 9:45 pm. Basically, Kane was a drunken shitshow all weekend."

"So a buddy and I were casually sitting at the same bar you have him passed out in, the Kollege Klub, on Friday and Kane was there with his cronies. He showed up sober but was blacked out an hour later when this picture was taken ."


"Kane came in at around 9:30 pm and he could barely stand. He got kicked out about 2 hours later for being blackout drunk and generally being the biggest ******* in the bar."

Saturday morning:

"The party at Kappa Sig got kicked off around 8am. My friend (coincidentally the largest Kane fan) noticed him from across the back patio and ran over to talk to him etc. I had no clue who he was at the time, and have never seen my friend jersey chase. He is a 6'7" ex badger bball player and typically it was the opposite around Madison."

"My friend got numerous pictures taken etc. but I lost interest and wanted to focus on 18 y.o. tail bc that was the reason for returning to my alma mater. Time went by, cops came then left and the party kicked into a higher gear. Kane was getting more and more pics with girls this time once the word got out at how good/famous/hammered he was and "standing right over there OMG!"

"Kaner was pulling down girls sun glasses and then going "ehhh, not good enough " just straight being a ****** right to their faces. Pretty strong move if you can pull it off."

"According to one friend he was 'ridiculous' and was just 'pulling random girls to him' and making out with them."

Here are some photos of him there. (This is not the girl that he choked)





"Kane got kicked out of the Kappa Sig party I was at for trying to choke a girl. It took 10 of us to push him and two of his buddies out of the house. He hung around outside and then disappeared into Kappa Kappa Gamma with some hot sorority girls. He was very very drunk. Also, he drinks beer like a girl. He moves his whole arm up to his mouth and sips it."

Ed.: like this?


"I was at the frat party Pat Kane attended on Saturday afternoon. First off, he wasn't even supposed to be there, he had been hooking up with the frat president's girlfriend, a junior, over the past year, and had even gone so far as to jet her around the country. Despite this, he showed up anyway and proceeded to get blackout drunk. Later, he relentlessly began hitting on a girl who wanted nothing to do with him—his response to this denial, attempt to choke her, which is what ultimately got him booted."

"He got the boot from Kappa Sig for choking this girl and then ppl jumped on him and his boys and kicked his ass out. Not that choking is ok, but if i was 23 and had that contract ...."

"I was at a frat last Saturday where Patrick Kane spent a lot of his day before going to the KK. He was really enjoying himself there and thought he would get a little friendly with a young lady. Kaner thought it would be a good idea to choke a girl, like both hands around the throat choking. She immediately freaked out and started screaming, which drew a lot of attention. He was immediately thrown out by the frat boys and thats when he probably went to the KK, which is right down the street from frat row."

"In general, besides the choking, he didn't seem like a terrible guy, and was pretty willing to let people talk to him and take pics."

"The same WI lacrosse player in the red tank pushed him over and told him and his friend to leave. Kane got a hand in his face a few times but left willingly. There was some shouting and swearing at each other on the way out through the house, stuff like "you ain't ****!" haha"

"I have about 10 videos and dozens of photos on my phone of Kane going crazy at Mifflin. Including 1 5 min video where he falls, gets up, chokes a guy out, gets kicked out then fights a couple guys and walks up the stairs saying "you're nothin!". perfect quality."

"I love Kane and Hate to do this to him but...make me an offer."

Ed.: We offered him $12.50. He declined.

"I have a video of Patrick Kane at Kappa Sigma getting kicked out. It is my video and I actually follow him as he's getting kicked out of the house. A fight almost breaks out while a screaming match is going on. I will not accept anything under $5000 for this video."

Ed.: We also offered him $12.50. He also declined.

Saturday afternoon:

"Kane and bunch of friends came into the Kollege Klub around 12:30 pm and once again he was blackout drunk. This time he passed out on the bar and then in a booth."


"That was the picture I got of him... When he walked in I asked him who he thought would win the NYR game (was there with a few other fans).. he was wasted and being a sarcastic ****, could tell he said capitals would win only after looking at my nyr shirt, i asked him what he thought of Henrik Lundqvist and he said sarcastically that hes not that great and hes decent. He was asked by another fan why he was hating on Henrik. Kane asked the Rangers fan if he would suck Henrik's **** and made the motion with his hand at which point i told him there was a reason we (the rangers) were still on TV and he wasn't, he kissed a bottle of beer as if to kiss the stanley cup and i told him to enjoy golfing and left."

Correction: we originally listed this story as happening at night. It was in the afternoon.

"We kept seeing Kaner's crew (all had the shirts on and same blue hat) at the KK all day. I was there from about 2-5pm. His crew would swing by, get high fives but were relatively well behaved compared to what they were up to at Kappa Sig before."

"Later in the day around 5:30 pm he got in a confrontation with a group of guys over a some supposed anti-Semitic comments he made towards one of the other guys. I was working at the door and they were talking to each other in front of me and across the street. I couldn't really hear what was being said but it looked like a fight was going to break out but the cops showed up and threatened to arrest Kane and then he walked away."

"After the police intervened, they were very serious about wanting to arrest Kaner. Fortunately for him, the other party in the quarrel was being equally as abusive to the cops. It turned into much more of a "everyone just get out of here" thing instead of anything more substantial. I promise you one thing, Patrick did have tears in his eyes. I wouldn't equate it to a full out sob, but it was absolutely in the whimper/misty category. I have attached a picture of him sulking. He quickly disappeared."


Saturday night:

"I was also at the Kollege Klub on Saturday night. I don't know much, but I did see Kaner dragged out by two of his bros before midnight."

"I heard he got kicked out of 2 bars on saturday, and also saw a girl ashley that he banged later that night, so hot."

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"So, Kane gets the same kind of defense off the ice that he provides on it. That says the problem child is guilty.

It’s also might say something else: that someone at every level of the organ-I-zation is trying to trade Kane.

Think about it: Someone at every level would have reason to want Kane’s immature, image-staining, overrated, playoff-failing backside out of here."

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I saw that earlier, a great read to provoke discussion. So I thought I would post up the components of that article of whom might want Kane traded.

People up and down the flow chart would have a motive to dump Kane, starting with owner Rocky Wirtz. It’s his team that Kane continually embarrasses going back those limo photos in Vancouver. It’s his franchise that looks stupid going back to Kane’s abuse of a senior citizen driving a taxi in Buffalo. It’s his name on the checks that average $5 million for below-average seasons from Kane. You wouldn’t just understand Wirtz’s demand to run Kane out of town, geez, you’d applaud.

How about John McDonough? The team president became one of the most powerful men in Chicago sports when he created sellouts for a loser baseball team and then became one of the most powerful men nationally when he devised a plan that filled theUnited Center with fans, TV cameras and ultimately a Stanley Cup. Much of the Hawks’ momentum was based on Kane and Jonathan Toews, and once again half of that duo is throwing up on the Indian head. The Cubs’ popularity and institutional brainwashing could withstand and even deodorize a fraud such as Sammy Sosa. The Hawks don’t have that luxury. Someone as smart as McDonough must know this. You can bet that McDonough was central in making Kane’s cab driver episode disappear. You can bet he’d have reason to make Kane himself disappear this time.

Then there’s Stan Bowman, the general manager handpicked by -- ta-da! -- dad. Bowman failed to bring in a legitimate No. 2 center, then failed to get past the first round for the second straight season, then defiantly defended Kane as a legitimate No. 2 center. Which is a joke, not to mention a weak defense of his own inability to make the Hawks better. If Bowman’s job wasn’t on the line after that, it certainly ought to be, and either way, how hosed would the guy who actually makes trades feel by Kane’s actions after supporting that idiot? Exactly.

How about coach Joel Quenneville? We’re talking about a player whose initials are P.K. but penalty killing is the last place you’d put Kane. I have no idea if Quenneville gets the irony, but he certainly knows he can’t trust Kane defensively. He also certainly knows Kane isn’t a center, not after that disaster of a playoff series with zero goals and barely more faceoff wins. Center is the wrong place for Kane, but Quenneville’s boss is telling the world otherwise. You could understand if Quenneville wanted Kane traded just to stop this suicide mission.

Then, finally, there are Kane’s teammates. They’d have their reasons for wanting Kane in another sweater. Players know who battles along the boards and they know who gets paid what. It’s pretty easy to imagine Hawks players resenting Kane in those two areas. Kane’s teammates know he scores big goals. Well, he USED TO score big goals. Since Kane scored the Stanley Cup-winning goal in 2010, he has scored exactly one goal in 13 playoff games. For those of you keeping score at home, that would be as many goals as embarrassing Cinco de Mayo pictorials. You don’t think Kane’s teammates are looking at each other and wondering how a guy gets so much money when he’s not a money player?

See? Everyone at the Madhouse on Madison would have a reason for wanting to be rid of Kane. The reasons would be legit, too, more legit than Kane playing center.

So, maybe the Hawks’ silence isn’t because they’re hoping this goes away but because they’re fighting to see who gets the honor of making the problem child go away.

There’s a rule in hockey that resounds from the dressing room out: Your best players have to be your leaders and your leaders have to be your best players. Kane is hardly a leader. There’s no reason to trust him.

And yet, he’s still here.

So which team would take a chance on Patrick Kane?

Would Pittsburgh trade Jordan Staal for Patrick Kane?

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I saw that earlier, a great read to provoke discussion. So I thought I would post up the components of that article of whom might want Kane traded.

So which team would take a chance on Patrick Kane?

Would Pittsburgh trade Jordan Staal for Patrick Kane?

Staal for Kane? They'd have to be nuts. Staal elevates his game in the playoffs. Kane may have scored the Stanley Cup winner, but it was the flukiest Stanley Cup winner you'll ever see,

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