Evander Kane not interested in watching playoffs, is tired of losing
Winnipeg Jets forward Evander Kane explains why he doesn't tweet about the NHL playoffs and says he's sick of losing.
In the past, when Winnipeg Jets forward Evander Kane has been making noise on Twitter he's either been finding himself in some hot water or showing off his new haircut.
It was a little different on Thursday night during the Western Conference finals when we went on a brief rant about why he doesn't care about watching the NHL playoffs and how he's tired of losing.
For everyone asking why I don't care to watch or talk about the NHL playoffs. I'm not playing in them, I can't win this year, CONT:— Evander Kane (@EKane9JETS) June 7, 2013
So I don't care! Next year will be a different story! You can count on that.— Evander Kane (@EKane9JETS) June 7, 2013
I'm sick of sitting here at this time of the year not having a chance to win, not scoring goals, not winning games and not winning rounds.— Evander Kane (@EKane9JETS) June 7, 2013
It really pisses me off and I'm done with these kind of results. It's time to start winning and it's starting now.— Evander Kane (@EKane9JETS) June 7, 2013
Goodnight tweeps. #thenatural— Evander Kane (@EKane9JETS) June 7, 2013
There's probably going to be somebody out there that misinterpets that as a trade demand or a sign that he wants out of Winnipeg, but that looks like a guy that's trying to light some sort of fire under his team and get things turned around with the Jets.
If the Jets are going to get that franchise going in the right direction it's going to be because of guys like Kane, one of the best young forwards in the NHL.
Of course, it would probably help him and the entire team if the front office did something about that goaltending situation that doesn't seem to be getting any better anytime soon.
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