Published: Thu, November 07, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

NHL Player Sued by Las Vegas Casino for $500,000

NHL Player Sued by Las Vegas Casino for $500,000

Vegas won those two games but San Jose ultimately won the series 4-3 and moved onto the next round in the playoffs.

Las Vegas strip casino and hotel The Cosmopolitan has sued Sharks forward Evander Kane for $500,000.

Kane allegedly hit up the Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino around April 15, 2019. when the Sharks were playing the Vegas Golden Knights in the 1st round of the National Hockey League playoffs. That would place the alleged incident between games three and four of the playoff series between the Sharks and Golden Knights.

San Jose Sharks star Evander Kane's beef with Las Vegas is going further than his rivalry with some Vegas Golden Knights players as he finds himself in the middle of a lawsuit with a high-powered casino.

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The 28-year-old is in the second year of a seven-year, $49 million deal he inked with the Sharks.

The NHL nor the Sharks have commented on the suit.

As well as the sum of $500,000, the Cosmopolitan is also seeking the payment of legal fees from the National Football League player. The Cosmopolitan declined to comment on pending litigation, citing company policy. It alleges that eight gambling markers were used by Kane in and around April 15, 2019. The two teams played each other again in the season opener, with that Kane would miss the game because he had been suspended for the first three regular season games.

No comments were made on the allegations by Kane, the San Jose Sharks, or the National Hockey League to date.

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