Pro Hockey Talk "Jets coach Paul Maurice wouldn’t reveal Winnipeg’s lines for tonight’s game against the Toronto Maple Leafs, but it looks like Evander Kane will be scratched. That’s based off the fact that Kane stayed on the ice after the Jets’ morning skate was over and the vast majority of his teammates had..." April 05
CBC Sports "The Winnipeg Jets' Evander Kane is being sued by a Vancouver man who claims he was assaulted last year, although the 22-year-old forward faces no criminal charges. In a notice of civil claim filed on March 28 with the B.C. Supreme Court, the man alleges that he was attacked by Kane while..." April 03
Pro Hockey Talk "When the Winnipeg Jets continue their schedule next Thursday, it will have been over one full month since Evander Kane last played. That’s in part because of the Olympic break, but also because of a deep hand cut that forced the Jets to put the talented forward on injured reserve. Kane’s last..." February 22
Pro Hockey Talk "The red-hot Winnipeg Jets suffered a big blow on Tuesday, as head coach Paul Maurice announced Evander Kane would be held out until after the Olympic break with a hand infection. Kane, who recently returned from a four-game absence after slicing his hand while fighting Tampa’s Eric Brewer, has..." January 28
Pro Hockey Talk "Winnipeg forward Evander Kane hasn’t played since suffering a “lower-body ailment” on Nov. 29 versus Philadelphia. And he won’t play “in the next few games,” according to Jets coach Claude Noel. “He’s more than day-to-day,” Noel said today. “He hasn’t skated with us for a while.” What..." December 11
Noel confirms that Kane is out tonight. Day-to-day.
Evander Kane will not return to the game (lower body injury in the first period).
NHL.com "Winnipeg Jets forward Evander Kane left the game Friday against the Philadelphia Flyers late in the first period with what the team announced as a lower-body injury and will not return. Kane exited the game after Philadelphia defenseman Braydon Coburn hit him along the boards. Kane, who missed..." November 29
Winnipeg Sun "The Winnipeg Jets are coming off their strongest game of the season and could get one of their top scorers back as they look to build on it. Although left-winger Evander Kane continues to deal with a lower-body injury didn’t skate for a third consecutive day, Jets head coach Claude Noel said..." November 06
NHL.com "Evander Kane (lower body) was scratched from the Winnipeg Jets' lineup on Wednesday before their game against the Chicago Blackhawks. Kane, who missed the Jets' 4-2 victory against the Detroit Red Wings on Monday, participated in an optional morning skate Wednesday and was a game-time..." November 06
Kane is in fact a scratch tonight for the Jets.
Winnipeg Free Press "The Winnipeg Jets may be going into battle tonight against the Dallas Stars minus one of their deadliest weapons. Left winger Evander Kane, tied for the team scoring lead with Bryan Little, did not participate in Saturday morning’s game-day skate at American Airlines Center and – according to..." October 26
Winnipeg Sun "The Winnipeg Jets breathed a sigh of relief Thursday as it was revealed left-winger Evander Kane's right-leg injury isn't serious. Of course the "tweak" to Kane's knee at practice Wednesday simply provided a diversion from the real problems the Jets face early in this NHL season. Kane is..." October 18
Winnipeg Free Press "Evander KANE makes no bones about it. He likes to play and he likes to play a lot. Kane has spent the last two seasons skating on what the fans refer to as the Jets' second line with a variety of players. Winnipeg's big line of Bryan Little centring Andrew Ladd and Blake Wheeler is referred to..." September 18
Winnipeg Free Press "Winnipeg Jets forward Evander Kane has suffered his first hit of the upcoming hockey season -- a court order garnishing his wages for refusing to pay a pair of outstanding traffic tickets. The Manitoba government took the unusual step of filing a Court of Queen's Bench motion in an attempt to..." September 05
Winnipeg Sun "A tweet with an homophobic slur from Winnipeg Jets forward Evander Kane while watching Game 4 of the NBA Finals between the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs caused some controversy Thursday night. As he has done frequently throughout the NBA playoffs, Kane was sharing his opinion of the action..." June 14
Winnipeg Free Press "Evander Kane said there was nothing easy about his game-winner Tuesday night against the Boston Bruins. It looked kind of easy. A Grant Clitsome shot from the left-wing boards squirted through Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask and when the spinning puck appeared in the crease behind and to Rask's left,..." March 20
Winnipeg Free Press "Evander Kane wants to be a superstar and it's beginning to look like nothing will stand in his way. The Jets can go places with Kane. Just how far he wants to take them will be part of the evolving story of Evander Kane and his little team on the Prairie. This is not yet Kane's team, but it..." February 26
Winnipeg Sun "With Ondrej Pavelec signed on the bottom line, Kevin Cheveldayoff is turning his attention to another restrictred free agent, sniper Evander Kane. Cheveldayoff had productive meetings with Kane's representatives during the 2012 NHL Entry Draft in Pittsburgh, but there is still plenty of work to..." June 26
Winnipeg Free Press "Moron or psychic? It's hard to say which about the fan, likely from Winnipeg, that threw the hat on the ice before Evander Kane's shootout attempt Thursday night at Xcel Energy Center. Maybe both. Kane already had two goals in the game, and even a shootout marker wouldn't count as an..." February 17
Winnipeg Free Press "There's something different about Evander Kane these days that even he isn't quite ready to admit or share his thoughts on the subject with the rest of the world. There have been some tweaks in Kane's outward appearance, a repackaging, if you will, of the Winnipeg Jets leading goal scorer and..." February 14
Winnipeg Free Press "Jets coach Claude Noel, amid the disappointment of his team's just-completed 2-4 road trip that surrounded the NHL All-Star Game, offered a glimmer of hope on Monday when he met with reporters. The coach said the team's leading goal scorer, left-winger Evander Kane, could be ready to return to..." February 07
Winnipeg Free Press "Just to be clear, there's no love lost between Evander Kane and myself. In fact, he's made it very apparent he doesn't have much use for me and my work. And while I think he's a helluva hockey player I also think he has a lot of growing up to do. I've written things about Kane that he..." January 22