Oilers’ Kane taken to hospital with wrist severed by skate blade

Edmonton forward Evander Kane was taken to hospital Tuesday night after being cut by a skate blade in the left wrist early in the second period of the Oilers’ game against Tampa Bay.

Kane went down the ice when he tangled with Lightning defenseman Philippe Myers, then was cut off by Pat Maroon’s skate when the Tampa Bay forward moved into the area just inside of the Oilers defensive zone.

WATCH the ‘Graphic warning’: Kane skates off the ice for medical attention after a cut wrist:

Graphic Warning: Evander Kane’s Wrist Opened by Pat Maroon’s Skate Blade

Edmonton forward Evander Kane immediately skates off the ice for medical attention after his wrist was cut by Tampa Bay forward Pat Maroon’s skate blade.

Kane grabbed the cut area with his right hand and quickly skated to the bench before heading down the tunnel to the locker room.

A stretcher was brought onto the ice but was not used.

The Oilers said Kane was taken to hospital in stable condition and will undergo surgery.

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