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Kane's agent denies trade rumour

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This article was published 26/10/2011 (3076 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.

PHILADELPHIA, Penn. - The rumours Jets winger Evander Kane has demanded a trade are false, his agent says.

Twitter and the blogosphere got hot on Wednesday with talk Kane has become disenchanted with Winnipeg and coach Claude Noel.

Winnipeg Jets forward Evander Kane celebrates his goal against the Carolina Hurricanes at the MTS Centre on Saturday. Rumours he wants to be traded are false, his agent says.

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Winnipeg Jets forward Evander Kane celebrates his goal against the Carolina Hurricanes at the MTS Centre on Saturday. Rumours he wants to be traded are false, his agent says.

The player's agent, Craig Oster, refuted such gossip.

"I’ve spoken with Evander and this is completely untrue," Oster said. "Neither he nor us have talked about a trade. Evander is very excited to be in Winnipeg and about his future with Winnipeg."

Kane has one goal and one assist but has recently found a home on a line with Alexander Burmistrov and Nik Antropov.

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Updated on Wednesday, October 26, 2011 at 5:53 PM CDT: New headline

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