Evander Kane has left Dinamo Minsk after playing 12 games ineffective with the team. (Alexander Nemenov, Getty Images)
One of the first NHL players to jump to a European league is already on the outs with his new team.
Dinamo Minsk announced today (link via CBC sports) that they player and club have come to a mutual agreement to end Kane's tenure with the Belarusian club, after scoring one goal with no assists in 12 games with the team.Kane became the first Canadian to jump to a European club due to the still-ongoing NHL lockout.
Dinamo Mink Atheltic Director Igor Matushkin didn't mince words in announcing Kane's departure: ""Unfortunately, Evander Kane could not adapt to hockey in the KHL," he said on the team's web site.