Found December 27, 2012 on The Sports Bank:
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The Chicago Blackhawks Patrick Kane and his friend, Boston Bruins Tyler Seguin both are playing for EHC Biel in Switzerland during the NHL lockout. Both have a reputation for behaving like, well, 24-year old millionaires. Even if you known nothing about the Blackhawks and don’t know Kane by name, he is the guy who got absolutely wasted during Cinco de Mayo in Madison, Wisconsin. If you live in Chicago or follow hockey you’ve probably heard a story or two about him. However, during the lockout, Kane packed up his things from the Trump Hotel where he residences and headed across the pond to play hockey and to find out whether other countries have sorority girls too. Kane, too scared to go to play in Russia, landed in Biel, Switzerland. Only, he wasn’t alone. Kane told Yahoo! Sports that the morning he was set to fly out, he got a text, “I got a text from (my mother) this morning, ‘It’s just me and you. I don’t know if she’ll be there the whole time, but she’ll go over and help me get...
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