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Patrick Kane calls pictures from party weekend 'embarrassing'

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By Ben Meyer-Abbott
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Patrick Kane said Friday he was embarrassed by the photos that emerged after a party-filled weekend less than two weeks after the Blackhawks were eliminated from the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

The pictures -- which appeared to show an intoxicated Kane in Madison, Wis., including one in which it appeared he was passed out at a bar -- were published in an article on Deadspin.com and the Hawks star winger has kept out of the media since the story broke.

"It was embarrassing," Kane said before participating in the opening ceremonies of the Blackhawks' annual convention. "That's the first thing I can say. From all the pictures that came out, everything, from the Hawks organization, to my family, to myself personally, it's embarrassing. I try to pride myself on being involved with the fans and taking pictures when they're asked for because I know I was a little kid one day that really looked up to stars like myself and try to give them that on behalf. But like I said, hopefully it's something I can learn and mature from. It's still part of my maturation process. It's still part of my maturation process and something I'm still trying to get better at and the biggest thing, it was embarrassing."

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He should be in jail for armed robbery and assault on a poor taxi cab driver in Buffalo. He's a punk raised by scumbags from south buffalo, the armpit of the armpit city of the us.

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