CHICAGO, I.L .(WIVB) - Hockey star and South Buffalo native Patrick Kane, hasapologized for his violent scuffle with a Buffalo Cabbie.
Kane read a statement in Chicago, apologizing to his family, thecity of Buffalo, the Chicago Blackhawks and their fans.
Kane said, "I've been really lucky to achieve every kid's dreamof playing in the National Hockey League, let alone for a greatorganization like the Chicago Blackhawks. Now, I also have thechance to play for my country, a dream come true for myself andalso my family." Keane continued, "I know everyone wants to talkabout what happened in Buffalo, as you know the legal proceedingsare pending and I cannot discuss the details at this time. BecauseI've put myself in being in the wrong position in the wrong time,I've caused a lot of pain for my family, my hometown of Buffalo,the city of Chicago, the Chicago Blackhawks and obviously the greatfans we have here in Chicago and and for that part, I sincerelyapologize"
A Buffalo cab driver accused Kane and his cousin of attackinghim over 20 cents in change.
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