By Alexander Abnos
November 16, 2012

Evander Kane 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.

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