The talks of whether or not the Sabres should trade Evander Kane have slowed down over the last few days, but this morning the forward is the center of attention again.
Kane was spotted heading into Buffalo City Court for his arraignment this morning.
Evander Kane walks into Buffalo City Court with his attorney #Sabres pic.twitter.com/6Tad940VcH
— Brian Mazurowski (@BMaz1) August 1, 2016
Kane turned himself in on July 22, so remember that this was expected.
Kane has pleaded not guilty and will appear in court again on September 9. The maximum sentence for Kane would be 90 days, however, the DA commented that offenders rarely see jail time for these types of offenses.
There is a chance that the team or the league can also punish the forward, which could have him miss time to begin the season.
Either way, will Kane be able to carry himself in a professional manager from here on out? He has been causing headaches for the Sabres PR, but perhaps this is the wake up call he needed.