Patrick Kane became emotional after his court appearance yesterday in Buffalo where he (and his cousin James Kane) pleaded not guilty to charges stemming from an alleged attack on cabbie Jan Radecki. On the walk back to his attorney’s office, Kane couldn’t hold back the waterworks.
Flanked by his parents, Patrick Sr. and Donna Kane, and attorney Paul Cambria, Kane became teary-eyed as a reporter asked about the emotional toll he’s under while facing misdemeanor assault, theft and harassment charges that he and his cousin beat up a cabdriver over a fare.
Dude, come on, don’t be that guy. I know you’re still a kid, but you’re twenty years old – time to start acting like a man.
This is sadly becoming a pattern for Patrick the Weeper when things don’t go his way. When coach Denis Savard was fired last October four games into the season, Kane sadly professed his disappointment in his former coach getting canned and cried like a little girl.
Man, that ain’t right. Hockey players are supposed to be tough as nails, not whiny little babies. Patrick Kane is giving all hockey players a bad name.
It’s not like I ever cry. Well, only at Kleenex commercials and whenever I watch The Notebook.
She had Alzheimer’s and he stayed with her!! Now leave me alone!
(runs away sobbing)