Blackhawks Nix Controversial Patrick Kane Accuser Bobblehead Night

October 6, 2015        
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CHICAGO--The Chicago Blackhawks announced today that they were calling off a planned Patrick Kane Accuser Bobblehead Night after a massive public backlash. The promotional event, which was to be held Monday night at the United Center, will not happen, team officials say. “After much consideration, we have decided to cancel Patrick Kane accuser bobblehead night,” said team president John F. McDonough. “Our intention was not to offend, but to have a sense of humor about this unfortunate situation. In the future we will try to remember that most of our fan base our humorless scolds.” McDonough revealed that the team originally planned to have a Patrick Kane bobblehead night, but found the idea “in poor taste.”


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