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Kane statement coming Monday

Patrick Kane has yet to give his side of what happened on that bizarre cab ride from Chippewa to Eastwood Place but it looks like that will change Monday. Kane is expected to make a statement Monday on the first day of the U.S. Olympic team's development camp in suburban Chicago. I doubt there's going to be anything groundbreaking there, especially with the case in grand jury mode.

Cue all your small change, canoe-vs-taxi tipping jokes here. It should be interesting to hear his side. No matter what the story, you'd hope he'll at least learn that nothing good generally happens at 5 a.m.

Here's the Chicago Tribune's collection of stories on the Kane arrest.

---Mike Harrington

(www.twitter.com/bnharrington)

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