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Finally Kane speaks

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More than a week after his arrest in Buffalo for an incident with a cabdriver Hawks' winger Patrick Kane will make a public comment. It'll come on Monday at the start of the three-day U.S. Olympic Orientation camp at Seven Bridges Ice Arena in Woodridge. Don't expect it to amount to much, though, because Kane's legal proceedings are ongoing. His case was heard by a grand jury on Thursday, and that panel is expected to report its findings later this week.
Kane is one of 34 players invited to the camp in preparation for next year's Winter Olympics in Vancouver. The camp will last three days and the public can watch on the first two days. Sessions begin at 9 a.m. on both days.

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Adam L. Jahns is a native Chicagoan hailing from the Far Northwest Side. Jahns has been with the Sun-Times for more than four years, covering the Hawks, Bears, Cubs, Sox and high schools.


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