Hockey Player Evander Kane Files For Bankruptcy After Earning Roughly $50 Million Since Making The NHL

Daily Caller:
San Jose Sharks star Evander Kane has reportedly filed for bankruptcy.

According to the New York Post, the Athletic reported that Kane has filed for bankruptcy and listed liabilities of $26.8 million. Kane also reportedly listed a gambling debt of $1.5 million to The Cosmopolitan. MORE HERE

18 Comments on Hockey Player Evander Kane Files For Bankruptcy After Earning Roughly $50 Million Since Making The NHL

  1. Remembering the phrase “Money Burns A Hole In One’s Pocket”, it looks like this guy had bonfires in all of his pockets.

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  2. They wrote, “Seriously, how the hell does a man who has made $50 million during his playing career go bankrupt??

    Mike Tyson responded, “Hold my beer”

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  3. You’re right Brad. Spending 50 million dollars and nothing to show for it should get him the chair for the finance committee should he get elected.

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  4. A gambling debt of $1.5 million? File Bankruptcy.
    That’s the only way to beat the enormous odds of the house,—– that is if he survives Guido’s attempts to collect.
    Good luck with that Evander !

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  5. “How is this possible? Seriously, how the hell does a man who has made $50 million during his playing career go bankrupt?” (from the website)

    You’re too stupid to even ask the question. Most professional athletes who didn’t have a pot to piss in before their professional career, gets a taste of luxury and they go whole hog. I agree, by the looks of him, he takes a knee at every game. LMAO! Now you’re going to be on your knees with that bankruptcy and no pot to piss in. Enjoy your poverty sucka! Oh and keep those knee pads on you will need them!

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  6. 1) $50MM career earnings?
    2) pissed it all away and filing banko?

    I am not sorry for this idiot. He probably kneels for the anthem too. Fuck him.

    If he had been smart he would have been living frugally and stashing the rest away for retirement, especially in a sport where you can be injured and out of work at any time.

    Buy a “modest” $250k house somewhere on the water, buy a new pickup and a new sedan and for less than a half mill you are living debt-free beyoond the dreams of 95% of Americans.

    Then he’d have $49.5MM left over for the occasional bitches & ho’s

  7. One other player comes to my mind, Ryan Leaf former quarterback for the WSU Cougars and San Diego Chargers who pissed away his fortune by being a lousy quarterback and a thief and was addicted to drugs and ended up in jail and never lived to his potential and the millions of dollars the Chargers paid him. He was a bum who couldn’t handle his short lived fame and fortune.

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