The Cosmopolitan (Las Vegas) sues Evander Kane

The Cosmopolitan (Las Vegas) sues Evander Kane

The Cosmopolitan (Las Vegas) sues Evander Kane

April 15 was played between games 3 to 4 of the first-round playoff series between the Sharks and Vegas Golden Knights.

The Las Vegas Assessment-Journal documented Tuesday that The Cosmopolitan Lodge filed a lawsuit in Clark County District Court docket on Monday, alleging that Kane has not paid back again $500,000 in markers the casino prolonged to him this spring. Court documents state that the San Jose forward took out eight credits varying between $20,000 and $100,000 on or about April 15.

If that date seems odd to you, it's because it was in the middle of the playoff series between the Sharks and Golden Knights.

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The Cosmopolitan also seeks repayment of legal fees associated with the lawsuit. Coincidentally, Kane became public enemy No. 1 among Las Vegas hockey fans after scrapping with Golden Knights' Ryan Reaves in Game 3 and being ejected for sucker-punching Colin Miller in Game 4.

That Kane was supposedly accumulating a game debt of half a million dollars between those games adds an interesting twist to the narrative surrounding the series, which finally went to the Sharks. He has scored a team-high eight goals and contributed four assists in 12 games so for this season for San Jose.

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