Evander Kane’s wife accuses him of gambling on his own games

Sharks left-winger Evander Kane has been accused of gambling on — and throwing — his own games, according to his wife Anna Kane.

Anna Kane on Saturday published several posts on her Instagram story, two of which directly accused her husband of throwing games to win money with bookies:

“How does the NHL let a compulsive gambling addict still play when he’s obviously throwing games with bookies to win money?” one story reads. “Hmm maybe someone needs to address this.”

Anna Kane directly addressed the NHL’s Instagram profile in her next story: “Can someone ask (NHL commissioner) Gary Bettman how they can let a player gamble on his own games? Bet and win with bookies on his own games?

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Both the NHL and the Sharks organization responded to Anna Kane’s Saturday accusations, suggesting an investigation into Evander Kane’s off-ice behavior is forthcoming:

Evander Kane in January declared bankruptcy, claiming $26.8 million in total losses. He was also sued by Professional Bank in May for $15 million after the latter alleged he defrauded the company while securing a $1.5 million loan.

Anna Kane also accused her husband essentially of abandoning her, their 1-year-old daughter Kensington and unborn son, forcing them to move out of their home by themselves while he partied in Europe. The below post includes all of Anna Kane’s accusations against her husband:

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