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Lightning’s Maroon accidentally cuts Oilers’ Kane’s wrist

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Hockey players know the dangers of their sport. Evander Kane is the latest example of what can happen to you during a hockey game.

The Edmonton Oilers star was forced to leave Tuesday’s game against the Tampa Bay Lighting. During a play, he was accidentally cut on his wrist by Lighting player Patrick Maroon.

Edmonton Oilers star Evander Kane skates against the Tampa Bay Lightning during the first period
Evander Kane skates against the Tampa Bay Lightning during the first period (Photo by Mark LoMoglio/NHLI via Getty Images)

Maroon came over to the play as Kane and Lighting defenseman Philippe Myers battled for the puck. This caused Kane to fall to the ground.

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The three-time Stanley Cup Champion accidentally cut Kane’s wrist in the scrum for the puck. Kane knew immediately that he was in danger.

Kane got up to his feet and frankly skated over to the trainer. He had put his other hand on the cut in an attempt to stop the bleeding.

“He has a deep cut on his wrist,” Oilers GM Ken Holland said after the game. “He was stabilized and has gone to the hospital. Kane will have surgery on his wrist. He will be OK.”

At this time, there is no update on his condition. He had to be transported to a local hospital to get his wrist examined immediately.

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The 31-year-old, who signed an extension with the Oilers in July, has appeared in 14 games this season. He has five goals in those games.

He had one shot and nine shifts in seven minutes and 53 seconds against the Lightning before the injury.

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Anthony Caruso III
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Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 11 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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